Ashley Nestler has a review of this toolkit, as well as an interview with the creator, Linn Maritnsen.
I’ll leave it up to the quoted description in Ashely’s post to describe what the toolkit is, but if it sounds like something that is interesting to you, or you’ve used something like this in the past, how did you like it? Was it helpful?
As Martinsen’s colleague John Mackessy, psychotherapist, says:
These cards offer a tool that could work exceptionally well either alongside therapy or as an alternative path to self-exploration. With these cards, people can begin to explore and make sense of issues outside of the therapeutic hour and decide for themselves on what they’d like to work.
Though not a replacement to therapy, Therapy Toolkit is a gentle primer for or complement to therapy. A comprehensive booklet that includes an introduction to the therapeutic process, tips on using the deck, and a list of resources for further guidance accompanies the deck.