Links, Resources & Freebies

Ideas Bank

Working with children

The Needs Cards are a versatile resource that inspires creativity, emotional awareness, and open communication. This ideas bank includes eight possible ways therapists can use the cards when working with children.

Working with teenagers and adults

The Needs Cards are a versatile resource that inspires creativity, insight, and understanding. This ideas bank includes seven possible ways therapists can use the cards when working with teenagers and adults. 

Colouring Pages

Self-care

We have designed a free colouring page that focuses on treating ourselves like a houseplant. When life is tough, it's helpful to focus on our basic needs. This colouring page serves as a self-care reminder and works well alongside our safety plan

Emotional validation

If you are wanting to engage in mindfulness or have a new resource for clients, we have designed a free colouring page that focuses on emotional validation, honouring your needs, and having a voice. This cute colouring page also features The Needs Cards characters. 

Intimate Relationships

Complete a relationship quiz

The Gottman Institute are leaders in relationship research. I love their free relationship quizzes which cover topics like trustrelationship repairscompromise, and sex

Dating Red Flags

This is the red flag checklist that you wish you had 10 years ago! Use this checklist to weigh up a prospective relationship or to evaluate the relationship you're in.

Parenting

The Wholehearted Parenting Manifesto

In this parenting manifesto, Brené Brown explores the principles of vulnerability, self-compassion, and wholehearted parenting. It's articulated beautifully and is definitely worth a read.

Talking to your kids about sex

Healthy WA has created a resource to help guide parents to have age-appropriate conversations with kids about sex. As a sexologist, I love how this resource is evidence-based, and how it promotes having regular conversations with your kids.

Helplines & Support

Reach out for support

The mental health foundation has put together a wonderful list of helplines and support services. Add helplines to your safety plan and reach out for support if you're concerned about yourself or someone else. 

 

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