TF-CBT Triangle of Life – Mobile game app

This free app, which is based on Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, has been designed to support traumatised children (aged 8-12) to heal by helping them better understand their thoughts, feelings and behaviours, and move toward a better quality of life. During this novel game, the…


When I feel sad – children’s story

A children’s story about recognizing, accepting and managing sadness. The story encourages children to find their own ways to cope with sad feelings. The book contains both color as well as black and white version of the story. The resource is completely free however to…


Ecomap Activity

Creating an ecomap is a graphic and useful way of identifying all of the systems at play in the family’s life. The ecomaps give workers a detailed picture of: the family dynamics ; each individual family members’ connections to their community; each individual family members’ connections…


Healthy Relationships Toolkit – Teenagers

This interactive toolkit was designed to teach young people about healthy relationships, choices, and communication. It addresses attitudes, opinions, and behaviors related to dating abuse and healthy relationships. The toolkit will be best delivered within a group setting however can be also used during 1:1…


Building blocks for babies – Fun parent/child activities guide

The Building blocks for babies guide lists fun and simple at-home activities that parents can do to promote their infants’ and toddlers’ physical, social, emotional and cognitive development. It provides ideas in relation the following areas: Explore With Me Play With Me Have Fun With Me…


Get It Straight – The Facts About Drugs Facilitator & Student Guides

Get It Straight! is an informative, interactive 10-day programme designed to challenge the idea that drugs are harmless and teach the harmful health and societal effects of drug abuse. Facilitators of the programme can help younger teens make smart choices and avoid the consequences of…


How it looks to me (Assessing wishes & feelings worksheets)

‘How it looks to me’ is an interactive and colourful booklet developed by CAFCASS to help social workers assess a child’s wishes and feelings. It invites the child to talk/draw/write about the following topics: About me (who lives with me & who doesn’t but means a…


Terminating cannabis dependency workbook

This 15-page workbook provides users with real and practical steps for taking control of their cannabis use, and ultimately quitting. It helps build the motivation for change, set goals and plans, and manage withdrawal. The booklet aims to help service users: build motivation to change…


Quitting cannabis workbook

This 36-page booklet provides a practical and interactive do-it-yourself guide for cannabis users who wish to quit cannabis or reduce their use. It covers the following topics Cannabis and you Preparing for change Strategies for change Managing withdrawal Putting it all together Relapse prevention


Lemons or Lemonade?: An Anger Workbook for Kids

This workbook is for young people 12 and younger who express their anger in ways that harm others, themselves, animals, and personal property. The workbook is especially helpful for children who have experienced complex trauma and are hurt, angry, and bereft as a result. Adults…


Lemons or Lemonade?: An Anger Workbook for Teens

This workbook is for young people 12 and younger who express their anger in ways that harm others, themselves, animals, and personal property. The workbook is especially helpful for children who have experienced complex trauma and are hurt, angry, and bereft as a result. Adults…


Sweet Dreams at the Hospital (Coloring & activity book for children)

Sweet Dreams at the Hospital introduces young patients to where they go and what happens when they need to have anesthesia and surgery. It is specifically aimed at addressing their concerns about the unknown in an engaging, unthreatening manner, and involving them in their own…