This poster is a useful tool for sharing and expressing feelings. Its many faces express and identify a range of feelings that can increase our awareness of emotions,enhancing emotional intelligence. 43x56cm Wall poster Laminated.
* Five posters straight from the heart of the Strengths Approach* In the hurley-burley of daily work with the ever-present ‘To Do’ list, it can be easy to lose track of the principles and values that guide good practice. Right in the midst of a supervision session, or when we are about to meet with a family or someone struggling with mental illness - that’s when we might most appreciate some strong and practical reminders. Enter the tried and true, the humble yet mighty … POSTER! - A set of... More info
This poster, developed by the Collaboration Project - Brisbane South "Families and Service Providers Working Together" lists 26 simple practices that families identified as being helpful when engaging with workers. *A*lways ask the family “what would be helpful?” *B*alance the roles – sometimes the family may take the lead, sometimes the worker will take the lead. *C*ollaborate with the family and together services providers in order to provide better outcomes. *D*o what you say you will!!!! *E*xplore options with each family, as every family is unique. Develop *F*lexible responses according to the... More info
Just focusing on our anger might mean we miss the emotions that actually build and support it - emotions that are possibly as much in need of our attention as our anger. If you believe all behaviour has meaning, then here’s a reminder to ask: "what’s going on’" next time you feel the irritation getting out of control. Posters are a great way to reinforce positive thoughts and the capacity we have to make choices about how we react to situations. 43x56cm Wall poster Laminated. More info