Reflexions (new edition)

$49.50

A set of 34 stunning, full-colour cards for anyone who works with youth. Now with two additional cards, enhanced design and images throughout, Reflexions provides the right visual edge for adolescents, right now. Using key words and montages of photographs and fonts, these cards will continue to lead the way in encouraging young people to talk about feelings, goals and identity. Real conversations—about the hard stuff, the painful stuff, as well as the good stuff, and the changes a young person may want to make.

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Real conversations—a tool for talking with teens.

A set of 34 stunning, full-colour cards for anyone who works with youth. Now with two additional cards, enhanced design and images throughout, Reflexions provides the right visual edge for adolescents, right now. Using key words and montages of photographs and fonts, these cards will continue to lead the way in encouraging young people to talk about feelings, goals and identity. Real conversations—about the hard stuff, the painful stuff, as well as the good stuff, and the changes a young person may want to make.

Who am I?
What am I feeling?
What’s important to me?
What choices and changes do I want?
Where am at and where am I heading?

Each card features a key word and layers of images that build different meaning and nuances of interpretation for rich, authentic conversations with young people.

  • For truancy issues: Choose 3 cards that
    describe how you are feeling at school.
    Place them in a column. Pick 3 cards that say
    how you want to be feeling. How will you get
    from the first to the second column?
  • Pick a card that seems important to you right
    now. How do you experience this in your life?
    Talk about this in pairs.

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Aaron Garth

Aaron Garth is the Executive Director of Ultimate Youth Worker. Aaron has worked as a youth worker in a number of settings including local church, street drug and alcohol outreach, family services, residential care, local government and youth homelessness since 2003. Aaron is a regular speaker at camps, retreats, & youth work training events and is a dedicated to seeing a more professional youth sector in Australia. Aaron is a graduate of RMIT University and an alumnus of their youth work program. He lives in Melbourne with his wife Jennifer & their daughters Hope, Zoe, Esther, Niamh and son Ezra.

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Dimensions 210 × 148 cm

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