Journalling is a time-honoured activity for anyone interested in practising and teaching creative writing. It's also well-established as a powerful, therapeutic activity that professionals can offer clients to encourage reflection, understanding and growth in times of challenge, transition and change.
This distinctive resource, featuring 32 beautiful and quirky word cards, will introduce you to the self-exploratory world of journal writing. Each card is 'gate folded'—turn the card around and open up the flaps to find questions and writing prompts inside. Ideal for tactile learners!
Prompt themes include Pathways, Myths, Blunders, Patched and Pending, Body Image, Memories, Stamps, Stickers and Stars!—among many others. Guaranteed to get the creative juices flowing!
For many people the Strength Cards have been life-changing, which is why the cards are used by thousands of family workers, teachers, counsellors, trainers and parents worldwide. The Strength Cards are used for a whole range of purposes that include helping people identify their strengths and skills, goal setting, exploring values, critical reflection, evaluation and creative writing. They’re even used for job interviews and public speaking at birthdays and funerals! Grounded in strengths-based theory, these 54 illustrated cards are capable of opening up conversations about the hard stuff in life as... More info
Just released are the ‘Strengths in Nature’ Cards. These cards can be used with a wide range of clients individually or in groups and are suitable for young adults through to older people. They would be of use to counsellors, welfare workers, group facilitators and teachers to name a few. Through images of nature, the cards are designed to provoke feelings which can allow for greater awareness and insight of issues a person may be facing. Sourced from renowned Australian photographer Toni Fuller and encompassing Australia these cards are... More info
Nature sustains us in every aspect of our lives from food to art, technology to architecture, medicine to engineering. We look up at the vast sky, down at a tiny insect, out over a desert plain or deep into the oceans … and discover a world of extraordinary variety and activity. As well as imitating nature’s ingenious designs, we humans draw strengths and other intangible qualities from observing nature. For example, we may notice the poised and patient way that one season moves into the next—and be inspired... More info