Tools for thinking, taking and writing
Sometimes simple is best.
Here is a set of 12 visual metaphors, each with three questions on the back. These versatile paper tools will open doors to new conversations – super fast!
Photocopy both side and use them in: counselling, workshops, self-care, goal setting, storytelling, classrooms, team building, supervision, creative writing ….anywhere meaningful conversations are important.
Write or doodle on these practical paper tools. Paint or colour them. Post them on noticeboards, pin them to a wall, stick them on the fridge, place them on your desk.
A cube full of delightful characters from the famous card set for talking about feelings: The Bears. Forty-four different Bears, all on one cube—happy, sad, surprised, anxious, cheerful, angry, proud, scared—and many more. Counsellors, social workers, teachers and parents know how important it is to build emotional intelligence. Many children and adults love the movement of their hands as they talk about their feelings using this tactile resource. Find a Bear for how you feel right now Find a Bear for someone you know Find Bears for... More info
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... More info