With so much neuroscience research now informing therapy and treatment options, and an increasingly complicated lexicon to go along with it, a four-dimensional model that explains it in plain sight is the perfect way to better understand it all.
An ideal tool for helping your clients to visualize the complexities of the brain and mental health problems-and a useful refresher for practitioners who may find brain anatomy overwhelming-this color-coded brain puzzle puts it all in perspective, allowing users to deconstruct the major functional areas of the cerebral cortex to see exactly how and where they fit together.
Each section of the brain is a removable piece. All the major cortex areas are represented, in a parietal view-visual, associative, motor, auditory, emotional, sensory association, olfactory, somatosensory, Wernicke's area, areas governing higher mental functions, and the cerebellum. A legend is included indicating what each of the functional areas is responsible for, from short-term memory and hunger, to language comprehension and creativity, and the ability to concentrate. Fun as well as educational, this hands-on model will help you engage your clients-and brush up on your own knowledge of brain anatomy
Show How You Feel Today! Mood Dudes are a set of 5 squeezable cartoon faces that depict different emotions. They are much more than attractive, humorous balls, they are a tool that facilitators, counsellors, teachers and psychologists can use to help participants share and express their feelings. There are numerous ways you can use them. A popular method is to put the faces in the center of the sharing circle and ask each participant to pick a face that best describes a feeling that they experienced. Each participant... More info
Each sheet contains 12 different colour stickers which depict 12 different emotions: ecstatic, confident, surprised, hopeful, happy, confused, angry, frustrated, disgusted, lonely, sad and hysterical. Every pack contains ten sheets with 12 stickers on each for a total of 120 stickers. Stickers can be used for identifying and understanding feelings, and for rewarding behaviour. Also Available: How are you feeling today Poster[http://www.lighthouseresources.com.au/bookshop/posters/mood-dudes-poster-how-are-you-feeling-today/] More info
Here's a versatile resource for creating fun, encouraging others and building conversation! This bundle of 'seriously optimistic' stickers contains sticker sheets from eight of our best loved resources. Use the stickers at workshops, conferences, in the classroom and for therapeutic activities. They're great for sticking on workbooks, journals, fridge doors, lunch boxes, name tags, mirrors, letters and cards ... and a thousand other places you haven't even thought of yet! Invite participants at a workshop to select a sticker as a reminder of their learning Use the stickers... More info