• Survival Cards - Ways you cope in life (Pack)


    Survival Cards (Pack posted to your address) are a resilience-based tool for discussions with individuals or groups that name the positive and negative solutions people use to cope with life challenges. People often use negative coping strategies, even when they detest those responses. The difference between these choices is more governed by the interaction between our significant hopes and dreams and our fears/anxieties. Survival Cards use a life systems approach to support change in people’s lives.

    Survival Cards are symbolised as:
    • Cards with blue borders: Restrictive Solutions (negative coping strategies)
    • Cards with green borders: Enabling Solutions (positive coping strategies)

    Survival Cards support the idea that people’s lives are full of driving forces (hopes and dreams) and reactive forces that work against them (fears and anxieties). As a result of these forces, our actions or behaviours are either restrictive (less likely to achieve our hopes and dreams) or they are enabling (more likely to lead to greater achievement of hopes and dreams as long as we learn from the challenges we face).

    The resource includes:
    • 34 different laminated Survival Cards (A5 size - Version 5) with images. Click here to view a sample of the cards.
    • A 14-page (A-4) guide for using these resources that includes seven creative exercises.
    • Satchel
    ISBN: 978-0-6480015-3-9
    • PDF Downloadable Version - $22.00 Aust (GST included). Click here for e-version.
    • Survival Cards Pack - $77.00 Aust (GST included) includes postage in Australia. Click 'Buy now' to purchase (see above). 
    Survival Cards - Ways you cope in life (Pack)

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