Strengths-based Questions for Reflective Conversations
Do you supervise others? Or do you receive supervision yourself?
Supervision plays a pivotal role in the professional development of social workers, psychologists, counsellors, managers, health practitioners, life coaches and other human service professionals. At its best, supervision can be a powerful crucible of discovery and learning for both supervisor and practitioner—with the benefits also flowing on to clients.
A Vision for Supervision consists of 40 cards arranged in 5 colour-coded suits:
There are also 40 key topics such as ‘Hopes and plans’, ‘Present situation’, ‘What worked?’ and ‘Noticing success’, along with 160 strengths-based, reflective questions for building your supervision conversations from start to finish.
At last—a set of 50 cards with lots of simple, practical, creative, fun activities for children who experience worry or anxiety from time to time—and that is every child! These cards are based on solution-focussed, strengths-based techniques used for many years by experienced consulting psychologist, Selina Byrne M.A.P.S, to help children with worry and anxiety, and to build their wellbeing and resilience. For most people, flashes of worry, nervousness or apprehension happen every now and then. Such experiences serve us very well—they are part of a healthy warning system that develops... More info
*Questions for coaching, mentoring and inviting change* When it comes to creating change in our lives, sometimes a Grand Plan is a very useful thing. But sometimes, thinking about grand plans and wholesale change can seem overwhelming and daunting. Sometimes it is the tiny tweaks to a situation that make all the difference in the end! A small tweak or a very simple next step can feel graspable, manageable, do-able and even inviting. And a series of tiny tweaks can join forces to create big, life-changing patterns. Life Tweaking belongs... More info
*When relationships end and parents separate* When a couple separates, one world becomes two. When that couple has children, they face the challenges of navigating their way through the two new worlds of their parents. These changes can be daunting—even overwhelming. It can be very challenging for children and young people to express their feelings and have their voices heard by the adults around them. Adults also experience the emotional and physical upheaval of their previous world coming to an end, and the challenge of creating a new world for... More info