The Therapist Bundle
The Therapist Bundle contains our favorite products, hand selected to best compliment each other in your therapy practice. This deal is only available through the end of October.
- The Values Deck - NEW PRODUCT
- The Values Deck Expansion Pack for Therapists - NEW PRODUCT
- The Feelings Wheel
- The Body Sensations Wheel
- The Needs Wheel
The Values Deck + Expansion Pack (Valued at $48)
We have taken the latest on values and compiled it into a card deck for you to use. If you are a therapist, this values deck will be a perfect addition to your practice so you can continue doing the amazing values-based work that you already do. If you are someone working to support your mental health, this values deck can help you identify your core values, you can use it to pull a "value for the day", or use it as a foundation for a journal prompt - the options are endless! The Values Deck comes with guided directions for our suggestions on how to make the most use of this tool, but don't let that limit you. We are excited to be alongside you on your journey, however you may use this deck to support your emotional health.
The Values Deck Expansion Pack offers a set of 24 blank cards for your client to write their top 5 values after they have completed the values card sort in session. Our hope is for your client to be able to keep a tangible reminder of their values work, without disrupting your deck of cards.
The Feelings Wheel (Valued at $8.49)
The Recovery Box’s Feelings Wheel is a best seller. Designed from research on emotional labeling, this tool's six leaflets help you narrow down vocabulary words to pinpoint your current emotions.
The Body Sensations Wheel (Valued at $8.49)
The Body Sensations Wheel was designed to help you connect your physical sensations with the underlying emotions you might be feeling. Its design mirrors its sister tool, The Feelings Wheel, by offering a linear path that can help you narrow down broad concepts.
The Needs Wheel (Valued at 8.49)
The Needs Wheel is designed to support your client as they identify the relationships between feelings and their correlating unmet needs. It takes it a step further by prompting potential ways to meet needs.