Counseling, Mental Health, Therapy and K-12 Student School Guidance Posters
Innovative counselor and teacher-created K-12 school and classroom posters designed to improve student behavior, attitude and motivation
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This sweet, inspirational school counselor poster was on the door of the counselor's office in the first Diary of a Wimpy Kid Movie, and it belongs on your office door too. Poster #28 guides students to seek help and to notice where help is offered at school.
Poster #28 is also the perfect gift for your school counselor, to let her know that she is truly the heart of your school.
It's scary and sad that students don't ask for help when they have serious problems or emotional issues. Sometimes children and teens who go without asking for help from the counselor, social worker, or therapist can make scary decisions that you might have been able to prevent had you known.
This sweet, pastel poster for counselors is a constant reminder to children and teens that you're ready to help whenever they have problems or need counseling. Poster #64 is like a beacon to children and teens and can help keep them safe.
Poster #64 belongs all over your school or agency walls, and on the door to your office.
Poster #64 is part of Youth Change Professional Development Workshops' Got Problems? series of counseling posters.
School Guidance Posters should all be so cute and memorable.
Poster #65 can help keep students safe by reminding them that a guidance counselor is here and ready to assist them with any social, emotional, family or school problems and issues.
Students sometimes hesitate to ask for help but Poster #65 will reassure them.
When words fail to successfully involve students in accepting needed help from the guidance counselor, Poster #65 can sometimes bridge that gap. Gentle and engaging, with sweet pastel colors and a cartoon that may mirror students' distress, Poster #65 is a must-have for school guidance counseling offices, but it also key to add to the walls of classrooms, hallways, schools and treatment programs. It also is a terrific fit for counseling programs, guidance clinics, mental health centers, residential treatment and foster homes.
Reach out to troubled students who need guidance and counseling. Put up Poster #65 today and let it go to work delivering your message to students that they need to seek needed help and guidance.
Counselors: This counseling office poster is the perfect sign to put on your door to encourage students to seek help when they have problems with anger. It also can help students who are facing bullying to ask for help or counseling too.
Make sure all your children and teens know you're ready and able to help. Put Poster #66 on your door to remind them.
Outreach to students is so important. Troubled students often are reticent to seek help from counselors so it's absolutely critical to be reaching out to encourage students to seek needed help.
That's why Poster #66 belongs on the wall of counseling offices, guidance offices, classrooms, treatment centers, residential treatment programs, foster care home, mental health clinics, social work offices and medical facilities. It's the one poster every counselor, therapist, social worker, psychologist and student assistance worker needs to alert students with emotional problems that help is available.
This colorful cartoon poster is such a great way to let every student know every day that you are there for them when they need help.
This cute counselor poster lets students know you are ready to help with problems. Students are often scared to approach the counselor so this poster will help them actually walk into your office. Ideal for elementary, middle and high school students.
Every counselor should have a poster encouraging students who are troubled to seek help. Poster #67 is a sweet way to do that. It grabs students' attention and reminds them that mental health services are a step away.
If you have students who have mental health issues, are in crisis, have family problems, depression or other emotional concerns, be sure they know where to find fast, effective help. Put Poster #67 right in front of them as an important reminder that mental health help is there for the asking.
If Poster #68 looks familiar, it's because you saw it in the Diary of a Wimpy Kid movie. Poster #68 is now ready to star on the walls of your agency, school, counseling program, private practice office, or mental health center.
This sweet, teen mental health poster uses a cartoon to reach out and touch students, to deliver your message of "I'm here to help with family problems" or whatever else you need.
Let Poster #68 speak to students for you. Let this poster help you reach out to the students who need you most.
Outreach to students can be tough. Students with mental health issues don't always readily seek needed help. Some may not know that counseling is available.
This school mental health poster uses cute colors and a sweet cartoon to alert students that a mental health counselor is standing by and available to help with their social, emotional, school, peer, anger, and family problems.
This is the original Tell a Counselor series of school counselor posters. It is intended to keep students aware of school mental health services, and how easily and readily they can receive needed counseling and other help.
School mental health is critical to any educational site. Be sure students are using the services they need when they face crisis, family problems, mental health issues or other problems. Poster #69 will accomplish that important goal for you.
This classroom mental health poster practically serves as an ad for the guidance counselor, social worker, psychologist, therapist or student assistance worker at your site.
Students with emotional problems, those in crisis, and those with family issues are often hesitant to ask for help. Poster #70 lures those children and teens into the counseling office door.
You can't help children and adolescents who don't walk through your door. Get Poster #70 to encourage troubled students to come in and ask for help.
It's important to consider that the ultimate task you face is to provide safety for students, even ones who run away, have emotional problems, engage in suicidal behavior or self-harm, have family problems or are in crisis. Students count on you to reach out to them when they are seriously troubled. As soon as you post it on your wall, Poster #70 becomes your constant outreach message to students with mental health issues and other challenges.
One of the biggest problems facing students these days, especially girls, is the lack of self-esteem. Our self-esteem poster, Girl in the Mirror," challenges students to take on how they feel about themselves, find the positive and realize how great they actually are.
When students are comfortable with themselves, and they're happy, they are far more likely to be successful learners in the classroom and go on to lead successful and happy lives.
Help your girls to learn their own self-worth. Post Poster #147 on your classroom, counseling office or school walls today.
One of our on-staff teacher has always loved the quote, "If you're always chasing your tail, the view never changes." We thought it would make a great humorous motivational message poster that kids would find funny, but also could find the message within it. Now this very poster sits on the front wall of his special education classroom.
Students need to be urged and inspired to try new things, expand their horizons and take on adventures in education and life. Sometimes, the first thing students need to do is try something else. Our motivational message poster urges them to do just that.
This has quickly become one of our favorite motivational high school poster. The quote, "The power you have to destroy yourself, you have to save yourself," carries such a positive message that encourages students to use their energy to better themselves. Often, students need a little positive reinforcement to feel that all of he work and time they've put into their education is being noticed.
Give students the support they need, encourage them to make good decisions and continue on the right path toward their diploma and on to a successful and happy life. Our motivational high school poster helps students that there is a way to make things better and encourages them to start right now. Inspire and motivate your students to make the best decisions they can.
Posters with quotes can sometimes be your best tool to motivate and inspire teens and adolescents. Let Poster #166 motivate and inspire your teens and adolescents. Buy it today.
No one ever said that being an adolescent or teenager was easy. Our teen counseling poster reminds students that they need to move in the right direct and that people are here to support them.
Our posters are creative and eye-catching works of art that draw the student and delivers a powerful and important message. Show students that you support them, urge them in the right direction, and inspire them to do all they can to be successful and happy.
(c28) Poster #219- Counseling Posters for Social Workers Working with Disturbed, Angry, Traumatized Children, Adolescents
It's amazing how the cartoon shown on Poster #219 can say so much without using any words at all.
For children who are struggling at home with violence, abuse, alcoholism, drug abuse, trauma or crisis, Poster #219 is like a lighthouse in a sea of deep fog. Poster #219 was carefully created by mental health experts to be an effective outreach device for severely troubled and distressed children and adolescents.
Poster #219 is perfect for any social worker's office, but is also ideal for your family therapy room or counseling group sessions. This poster makes a great addition to the walls of mental health centers, treatment programs and counseling clinics. If you have a waiting room where your clients wait, wouldn't Poster #219 be the perfect focal point for your children and teens?
(c29) Poster #220- Social Work, Mental Health Posters for Emotionally Disturbed, Troubled Children, Adolescents
Social Workers: We've created posters just for you and your office and group room.
If you counsel or help severely emotionally disturbed, troubled, depressed, withdrawn, frightened or traumatized children or teens, Poster #220 can help your efforts to reach these hard-to-reach students who are often very reluctant to open up and talk to you about what is really bothering them.
Give your young clients a visual aid. Poster #220 shows children and teens that you are geared up to help them with the types of problems they face.
Poster #220 can do the talking for you when words prove to be ineffective with young clients so put this cute cartoon poster on your office wall today.
Finally, there are posters just for social workers. Get Poster #220 today and reach out to students who need social work services.
This sweet cartoon poster can say a lot without words. It is an effective outreach device for social workers who are seeking to treat disturbed, troubled, sad, or in-crisis children or teens.
Many social workers tell us that Poster #221 belongs outside their office to attract children and adolescents who are facing family problems, personal issues, emotional difficulties or substance abuse concerns.
Other social workers tell us that Poster #221 belongs inside their office to reinforce their "I'm hear to help you" message to their young clients.
Wherever you decide to hang Poster #221 is up to you, but we think it works best when combined with other posters from our collection of posters for social workers. We think you should put one poster outside your office and another inside, maximizing your positive impact on your fragile and vulnerable young children and teens.
Whatever you decide, you'll be happy you have Poster #221 to help.
Hey Social Workers and Family Therapists: We've made posters just for you and the children, teens and families that you counsel and help.
Poster #222 is designed to encourage children and teens to talk to you about what is bothering them, or to come and find you if you haven't already established a working relationship.
Poster #222 is a must-have for your group counseling room, your therapy office, at the teen treatment facility, child treatment program or day treatment center.
Communicate your "I'm here to help" message in a way that is clear and easily understood, even by troubled, traumatized, sad, depressed or severely emotionally disturbed children and teens. Put Poster #222 where your caseload of clients can spot it, and watch how much more readily you can connect with them.
This cute cartoon poster is just for social workers. So LCSWs, ACSWs, BSWs, and LSWs, these poster is for you, and the children and teens you counsel and help.
Poster #223 ensures that vulnerable children and teens know that help and counseling are available, and the poster can also show them exactly where to find those services if you post it right outside your office door.
Poster #223 was created for schools, treatment centers, mental health facilities, adolescent and child residential programs, juvenile corrections sites and special education settings.
Reach out to your students who may need the help that only a social worker can provide. Post Poster #223 in or outside your office today.
A good counseling poster can help save a life, ease pain, or help a student access desperately needed care. Put Poster #223 on the wall today and it can begin to accomplish those goals tomorrow.
This unusual mental health and counseling poster is intended for use with older adolescents under the guidance of a trained counselor, psychologist or social worker.
This poster is quite forceful and is for use only with populations of teens that would be properly impacted by its powerful message. The message is deliberately crafted to be potent and hard to ignore, and the poster should be used with that in mind.
If you feel like you lack aggressive tools to reach hard-to-reach, older adolescents, this poster may be a good choice for you. Poster #237 is meant to be a unique tool primarily used by clinicians, counselors, social workers and other master mental health professionals who can ensure that it is used safely, and with the correct target group. This poster is not for use with students who could pose self-harm risks, or for those whose mental health issues could be worsened by exposure to the poster.
Poster #237 was designed by adolescent counselors for use with teens who are in counseling, substance abuse therapy, residential treatment, day treatment, juvenile justice or group therapy. It was engineered to be used by mental health workers who work in the specialized settings listed above, and can ensure that the poster is used only with appropriate populations.
Children and teens are often very reluctant to tell adults about the very bad or scary things they have experienced or are continuing to endure. It is so important that the students in your classroom and school know that help is waiting for them when they are ready. Poster #247 provides that reminder on an on-going basis. It's impact may go beyond what you can achieve with just words.
In today's world, there is a chance that some of the children at your school and in your class, may be living through really difficult problems. You know that help is just a few words away. Shouldn't your students know that too?
You may never fully know how it affected the troubled, frightened, homeless, lost, runaway and endangered children in your school and classroom, but Poster #247 has the potential to save a life and to reduce the pain that some of your students are enduring.
Put Poster #247 on your wall today and you will sleep better at night knowing that you have reached out as best you can to all the troubled and hurting students that you serve.
Isn't this counseling poster really sweet? Do you notice how it draws you in? That's intentional. Poster #248 is meant to lure children and teens who have emotional problems, into the counselor's office.
Created by the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops, Poster #248 can accomplish what words can't. This counseling poster generates an almost visceral reaction in some troubled children and adolescents, and helps prompt them to seek the help they need.
Counseling posters don't get any more effective and engaging than Poster #248. It really reaches out and helps students to seek needed help.
Don't take chances with the emotional well-being of your troubled children and teenagers. Put Poster #248 outside the office door of your counselor, social worker, school psychologist, guidance counselor, family therapist or school assistance worker as an outreach effort to encourage children in pain to seek the help they need.
Poster #248 also needs to be on the walls of classrooms, recreation centers, churches, foster care homes, and anywhere that children and teens congregate.
This school poster is perfect for classrooms but it belongs on counselors' walls too. It says "Don't let others stop you from being who you are because of who they are."
The rainbow colors will draw your students' eyes to Poster #289 and deliver your message of resiliency and persistence. This poster is ideal for elementary, middle or high school students.
Created by the counselors and special education teachers at Youth Change Workshops, this poster can help students who seem discouraged, defeated or resigned. Order it today and put your classroom or school walls to work helping students who need a boost.
Make your classroom or office a place where students can find encouragement and guidance. Poster #290 can help.
This sweet office, hallway, school, counseling or classroom poster delivers a message that students may need to hear. This poster is perfect for helping sad, discouraged, troubled or depressed students.
Created for use with elementary, middle and high school students, Poster #290 is also designed for use with special education students, alternative ed students, and children and teens in counseling settings and foster homes.
Poster #291 says "Falling down is part of life. So is getting up."
Teachers, Counselors, School Psychologists, Social Workers and Foster Parents: Poster #291 is for you. It's a gentle, inspirational message poster.
Poster #291 is perfect to encourage your depressed, sad, traumatized, discouraged and negative children and teens to see the world in a different light.
Created by a veteran counselor, Poster #291 may help you reach teens and children who are hard to reach using conventional talk methods.
Make sure your vital message of hope and sunshine reach your students who live in shadows. Put this cute message poster on your wall to inspire those children and teens who most need inspiration.
This school poster was created for youth therapists, guidance counselors, school psychologists, emotional growth teachers and therapy group leaders. It is intended for use with older teens and young adults who are receiving counseling to manage family or emotional concerns.
The poster says: "Someone who lives in the past, is not living at all."
This poster can make a good discussion starter and can be encouraging to teens who are struggling with emotional issues from the past. Poster #292 can offer an on-going reminder that it is futile to stay stuck on what has passed and can't be fixed. While not appropriate for use with children or youth who present self-harm issues, this poster can be a great fit for other older adolescents at your school, foster home, treatment center, therapy group or client office.
Designed by the counselors at Youth Change Workshops, Poster #292 can make a great focal point for your teens' therapy group room or your counseling office.
This counseling poster belongs on the wall of your office if you are a child therapist, family counselor, school guidance counselor, psychologist, social worker, juvenile court worker or student assistance counselor.
The poster says "Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional." This is an important insight and message that elementary, middle and high school age students may need to hear.
Poster #299 is very hard to miss. Created to be an attention-grabbing focal point, this counseling message poster can help you to more quickly deliver your insights to children and teens who could benefit.
Created by the counseling staff at Youth Change Workshops for your office, group room or classroom, Poster #299 will help your troubled, traumatized and abused children and adolescents to more rapidly gain insights and heal.
If you have continuing problems with student anger management in your school, classroom or counseling center, then Poster #300 is the ideal addition to your walls.
Poster #300 delivers a constant, 24/7 anger management message to middle and high school students. The poster shows this quote attributed to Buddha: "Holding on to anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die."
When you add Poster #300 to your walls, you are helping your students have a reason to tone down their anger. You are helping to motivate them to stop holding grudges towards others.
If admonitions, reminders and consequences haven't worked, try a more indirect, lyrical but ever-present anger management strategy: Post our message poster #300 on your walls to be your students' minute-to-minute anger control helper.
This classroom/school poster says "There are billions of people on earth. Why do you let one ruin your life?"
If you work in a classroom, school, treatment center, counseling office, nurse's office, foster home, recreation center, after-school program, special education site or guidance office, this poster was created for your middle and high school students.
It's tough to help students with social skills problems like peer interaction issues. Especially if those issues involve bullying, cliques, gossip or cyberbullying, you may find it's hard to teach students how to think about and manage these problematic social situations with peers. That's why we created Poster #304. It can provide a constant guide and reminder when you can't. It can help students 24/7 and it's quote is easy to remember and live by, and isn't that what you wanted to achieve all along?
Post this powerful school social skills poster on your walls and bring comfort to students who need a boost.
School posters don't get any better than this dynamic powerhouse. Created by one of our most talented designers, this poster practically leaps off the classroom wall to grab students' attention.
Poster #307 says "The only people who never fail are the ones who never try." That makes this school poster perfect for any classroom, counseling office, treatment center or tutoring program, and ideal for elementary, middle and high school students.
If you have students who are perfectionistic, anxious, discouraged, or are worriers, Poster #307 is the wall sign that can make a difference. Soothe stressed-out, timid, scared and tense students who are afraid to make mistakes in school. Post Poster #307 as a constant reminder that perfectionism isn't needed in your classroom because mistakes are expectable and understandable.
Teachers: Buy one for your classroom and one for the school halls. It will maximize your efforts to encourage your discouraged learners.
As requested by many, many teachers, here's an awesome No Whining poster for students who whine during class.
The poster says "You're in a No Whining Zone."
Created by a special education teacher with whiny students, Poster #309 can get the job done. More effective and more pleasant than constant verbal reminders, this is one classroom management poster that can really improve the behavior of students-- even those who frequently whine.
The bright colors of Poster #309 will draw your students' eyes and deliver your "Stop Whining" message loud and clear.
Student classroom management problems can really take a toll on both the teacher and on students as well. Don't let your class be disrupted by on-going whining from a few students. Stop the behavior problems by posting Poster #309 in your classroom and watch the sounds from students improve right away.
Let the experts on student misconduct and problem behavior be your poster authority too. Poster #313 was carefully designed to effectively remind students that excuses are not going to work in life.
The poster says: "Excuses are like pennies. They're nearly worthless."
Poster #313 can be a 24 hour a day reminder to children and teens, in elementary, middle and high school that making excuses is just not going to work.
Improve your elementary, middle or high school student classroom management by reducing the amount of instruction time wasted on dealing with students' excuses. Youth Change's powerful poster can help you reach that goal today. Trust Youthchg.com to have the expert help, great posters, and all the resources and answers you need.
Poster #319 works equally well in the classroom, principal's office, detention room or guidance counseling office.
Rude behavior is not tolerated anywhere, especially in the work place setting. Shouldn't your elementary, middle, high school and alternative ed students know this?
Poster #319 says "I want to hire rude employees. Said no boss ever."
Part of the "Said No Boss Ever" series of posters, this poster helps you stop students' rude behavior. But the series covers more than student rudeness. Other posters in the series address attitude, literacy, attendance and academics. This is a series of posters that no school should be without.
Buy Poster #319 now and watch it work magic on your rude students.
Nobody knows work refusers like the experts who at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. We're the authority on all classroom management problems but students who refuse work are our specialty. We have great answers.
Now, we have more than great answers for students who refuse assignments. Now we have Poster #321.
Poster #321 is a powerful, new classroom management strategy for teachers to use to help students who refuse assignments in class. Poster #321 says "I want to hire employees who refuse to do their work. Said no boss ever."
Poster #321 creates a sense of urgency in work refusers but avoids pressuring them. It strikes a balance by offering information without coercion. It also provides a striking reminder that none of us ultimately get to pick and choose what disliked tasks we do, and which tasks we forever bypass.
Work refusers present huge classroom management problems in any elementary, middle school or high school classroom. That's why we created Poster #321, to expand your K-12 classroom management tools.
If you want to reduce the problems teaching students who refuse to do their work, buy Poster #321 today. It's part of the "Said No Boss Ever" series that also has posters that address academics, attitude, motivation, attendance and more.
This classroom poster works hard to stop student whining. Poster #329 uses humor to help you reduce the amount of whining that happens in your classroom.
With more pressure than ever to produce academic excellence and success, you have little time to lose on managing students who whine, complain and disrupt instruction. Poster #329 will become your 24 hour a day, nonstop reminder to your middle and high school students that whining is not permitted in your classroom.
Classroom posters should do more that be cute decorations. They should perform a vital function. Poster #329 is a classroom poster that can meet that standard and become a formidable tool in your classroom management efforts. Poster #329 will help you reduce wasted instruction time while increasing your students' ability to be in your class without unnecessary and time-consuming whining.
If you find it frustrating to teach students who don't care about school because they believe the future is far away, Poster #330 is ready to turn that around.
Poster #330 shows a car mirror with the text of "The future is closer than it appears. Will you be ready?" Some of the text is deliberately ethereal-looking and not easy to spot at first. That element of surprise will help deliver the poster's message. The poster is cleverly designed to "sneak up" on students. It will create concern in your middle or high school students that the future is coming faster than they realized, and that they need to double down on education before they run out of time.
Carefully crafted by mental health and education experts, Poster #330 can have impact when conventional methods fail to get students to understand that the future is not far off, and that they need to prepare.
Stop searching for effective methods to motivate students to care about school and their futures. Post this powerful, compelling motivational school poster and watch it transform your students.
This sweet, inspirational message poster effectively delivers a message of encouragement and hope to sad, troubled, depressed, frightened or traumatized students. Ideal for classrooms, but equally perfect for the guidance counseling office, therapist group room, psychologist office, social work clinic, student assistance center or drug treatment program.
Poster #335 was created by expert therapists in collaboration with expert graphic designers to best reach hard-to-reach children and teens who are living through difficult times. Poster #335 can also make a great addition to sites that serve adults. Regardless of age, this lovely creation is going to reach out and help people who are in need of a boost.
Talking isn't the only way to provide encouragement to children and teens who are experiencing emotional turmoil. Studies show that using a variety of formats can accelerate your progress with troubled students. That's why Poster #335 should go up on your wall right away. It will help you help your troubled, sad, discouraged and scared elementary, middle and high school students.
If you've been looking for resources to help you reduce lying in your school, classroom, foster home, treatment center, counseling group, juvenile court or delinquency program, we've created the poster you've been looking for.
Created by experts in juvenile delinquency and children's mental health, this poster is designed to become your 24/7 reminder to your children and teens that they shouldn't tell lies. You can't be there all the time to remind your students to tell the truth but Poster #336 can be there every minute of the day, always on the job helping students remember your expectations for behavior.
Telling lies can be a lifelong problem that students will have to face in the work place, community and in relationships. Helping them learn to tell the truth now will be a huge help to them so they can avoid the inevitable struggle to stop lying once they are older and the behavior has become an entrenched habit.
If you work with conduct disorders, delinquent teens, oppositional-defiant youngsters, adolescents who act out, or just kids who fib a lot, purchase Poster #336 today and it will help you reduce lying and fibbing tomorrow.
This poster reads: "I have the perfect system for keeping track of the lies I tell. I tell the truth."
This sweet, inspirational, thought-provoking message poster is perfect for teens who are struggling with loneliness, isolation, sadness, loss, death, bullying, gossip or cliques. It also might be just the right poster to comfort and assist adolescents who have gone through a break-up, dispute or family conflict.
This poster may be particularly appropriate for teens who have been involved in domestic violence or abuse, or have endured ridicule, cyberbullying, humiliation or harassment by peers.
Designed by mental health experts to be evocative, Poster #337 can sometimes successfully encourage students to talk and accept help. That can be an important plus for students who have shut down, refrain from verbiage, or are disclosing little information.
Primarily intended for use by counselors, therapists, psychologists, social workers, nurses, treatment clinic staff, drug counselors, marriage and family therapists, LPCs, guidance counselors and student assistance staff, Poster #337 is meant to help adolescents and adults consider options for self-care that they may have overlooked or discounted.
Poster #337 could make an important addition to your group therapy room, counseling office, mental health center waiting room, or social work office. It can also be used to initiate discussion in group therapy when you want to take a more structured approach to counseling.
Poster #337 says "It's better to be alone than with people that make you feel alone."
Poster #338 is for students who have big problems but little intent to ever ask for help from the counselor, social worker, psychologist, therapist or LPC.
Designed by expert counselors to be evocative, Poster #338 can sometimes accomplish what mere words can't, and successfully encourage recalcitrant students to seek the help they need from a mental health counselor or clinician.
Perfect for use with elementary, middle and high school students, Poster #338 belongs on the counseling office door, but it may also be ideal for school hallways, churches, recreation programs, the school nurse's office, or the cafeteria.
Your ultimate responsibility is for student safety. Poster #338 helps you meet that challenge by posting critical reminders that help is available and waiting. Poster #338 has the potential to keep bad situations from occurring, and to effectively reach out to the students who need help the most. It was created with depressed, sad, mute, distressed, frightened, traumatized and struggling students in mind.
This poster reads: "Come in from the cold. Tell a counselor."
(d48) Poster #339- Inspirational, Motivational Classroom Poster Teaches Students To Set Goals, Succeed
This sweet, attention-grabbing classroom poster gives you a way to remind your students all day every day of the importance of setting goals and reaching them. This poster inspires, motivates and reminds students that they will need to formulate plans if they want to reach their goals.
The poster says "A goal without a plan is just a dream." This important message needs to be visible on classroom walls to help students succeed in school and life.
Poster #339 isn't just for classrooms. It is ideal for counseling rooms, guidance offices, group therapy sites, treatment centers, clinics, mental health facilities, day treatment programs, counseling centers, psychologists' offices and more.
It's tough to inspire students to make a plan to succeed and reach their goals. Poster #339 was crafted by mental health therapists to give you the extra help you need to assist students to succeed in setting and reaching goals.
There are so few resources to help students who struggle with perfectionism and making mistakes in the classroom or school. That's why the educational and mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops created Poster #341. It is especially intended for high-achieving or over-achieving students, or any K-12 student who can become anxious, worried, fearful or stressed over being perfect all the time.
This may be one of our most important classroom message posters ever. Poster #341 says "Everybody makes mistooks.No one is always perfect. Just give it your best." That's the ideal message for any student: to give it their best effort but without creating mental health or health concerns in the process.
Poster #341 doesn't just need to be in every classroom where there are perfectionistic students chasing the impossible goal of being 100% perfect all the time, Poster #341 is also a must-have for the school guidance office, the counseling room and school psychologist's office too.
Stress and worry are becoming a big part of the lives of today's students-- but those debilitating emotions don't have to have so much impact. Let Poster #341 become a 24/7 reminder to students that giving your best is good enough because being perfectly perfect is perfectly impossible.
There have been so many advancements in helping people better manage or reduce thoughts that are full of worry, anxiety, fear, stress or hopelessness. The fields of neurobiology and mindfulness have opened up the possibilities for more rapidly and more effectively helping students who are having trouble coping with their thoughts and emotions. However, there have been few resources for teens-- until now.
Poster #342 actually teaches students the basic techniques of managing the brain so that thoughts of depression, sadness, discouragement and negativity are alleviated or reduced. Poster #342 says "Don't let your brain be the boss of you. Think 'Stop' when you have upsetting thoughts."
Counselors will want to use Poster #342 as a teaching tool in group and individual counseling sessions, but this poster also is a great self-help strategy as well. Even better, it's part of a series of "Don't Believe Everything You Think" posters.
Speed relief to your depressed, agitated, troubled, disturbed and fearful teens. Post the poster that can provide on-going help and a constant reminder that their suffering can be reduced by better managing their negative thoughts.
This guidance poster says: "You can control your brain. Tired of constant negative chatter? If thoughts are non-productive, stop thinking them." It's Poster #343 and it's part of our "Don't Believe Everything You Think" series of posters.
Neurobiology and mindfulness methods have been shown by researchers to be among the most effective ways to help children and teens who are in crisis, facing loss, or coping with depression, anxiety, fear, sadness, agitation, hopelessness or discouragement. These methods offer guidance counselors, therapists, student assistance workers, and other mental health providers terrific, new tools that can more rapidly reduce problem thoughts and emotions in children and teens. Poster #343 helps you apply those new strategies by giving specific tips on how to successfully apply basic thought management techniques to moderate negative thinking and problem feelings.
Poster #343 and the rest of this series provide some of the most central strategies of this cognitive modification approach. The posters can be a 24/7 help and reminder to emotionally disturbed and struggling students. Colorful, attention-grabbing and instructive, the posters in this series are must-haves for group counseling rooms, treatment centers and guidance offices. The posters also work well anywhere that there are youngsters who struggle emotionally.
Part of the "Don't Believe Everything You Think" series of family counseling, mental health posters, Poster #344 has important tips for children and teens who struggle emotionally.
Poster #344 teaches "You are not your brain. You can choose to limit negative thoughts. So, don't board the 'Pain Train.' Let it leave the station without you." Mindfulness research has shown the effectiveness of teaching thought management instead of, or in coordination with other methods. Even though this new cognitive approach has substantial research behind it, few resources exist for children and teens-- until Poster #344. Even better, this poster is just one of a series that guides students to better cope and manage upsetting and distressing thoughts and feelings.
Stop relying on purely verbal approaches to assist troubled, stressed, scared, depressed, worried, anxious or disturbed children and teens. Let the visuals and colors of Poster #344 and the rest of the series come to the rescue to give you improved new tools for the children and adolescents you most need to reach.
This poster is a part of our "Don't Believe Everything You Think" series of mindfulness posters that reflect the new, more effective techniques that have come out of recent neurobiology research. These methods are sweeping the country because of the improved results that can be engendered. This cognitive approach is perfect for troubled and struggling children and teens, and Poster #345 is the perfect teaching tool.
Poster #345 says "Just because you have a thought, doesn't make it correct.Don't accept negative thoughts. Instead, notice and challenge them." This poster gives you a colorful, instructive new tool to help children and teens better cope with worry, stress, fear, loss, crises and the ups and downs of life.
Ideal for use in treatment centers, foster care, counseling programs, guidance centers, at-risk programs and psychologists' offices, Poster #345 also can help anywhere that there are frightened, disturbed, distressed or fragile children and teens.
Each of the posters in this series offer a different mindfulness/thought-management tip. The full series is your most effective, most comprehensive option.
This classroom poster will definitely inspire and motivate apathetic and unmotivated middle and high school students. It features a famous quote from Nelson Mandela, "It only seems impossible until it is done."
Poster #346 is an ideal addition to special ed classrooms, social studies classes, history classes, diversity training rooms, alternative education sites, and any middle or high school site. It may be especially meaningful to students of diverse backgrounds who are not part of the dominant culture, and it's always important to have good outreach to these youngsters so they feel valued and included.
Poster #346 isn't just for classrooms. It is also the perfect addition to group counseling rooms, foster care sites, mental health programs, family counseling centers, juvenile justice settings and residential treatment programs. Poster #346 is also a great fit for the guidance counseling office, psychologist's office or the waiting room of community health centers. Poster #346 can also look great on the wall of your house too.
If you want to give your students something to look at that could also change their lives for the better, then order Poster #346 today.
(d56) Poster #347- Self-Help Poster to Reduce Self-Destructiveness, Relapse, Bingeing, Making More Mistakes
Here's a self-help poster that can help anyone who is self-destructive, bingeing, relapsing, or repeatedly making serious, preventable mistakes. This poster says: "If you trip on a step, you don’t throw yourself down the stairs. If you make a mistake, stop. It makes no sense to make it worse." That's the perfect message for anyone who struggles with alcohol use, substance abuse, eating disorders, self-endangering or other self-destructive behaviors. That's what makes Poster #347 the perfect addition to the walls of counseling groups, treatment facilities, juvenile justice centers, juvenile courts, foster care, schools and agencies.
If you want to give your students who struggle a strong 24/7 reminder to stop engaging in unsafe and unwise behaviors as soon as possible, then post Poster #347 right away.
This poster also makes a great gift, and works well in homes, not just in offices and professional settings.
This eye-catching classroom message poster says "Some people come in your life as blessings. Others come in your life as lessons." This quote is attributed to Mother Teresa.
Poster #348 isn't just the perfect addition to classrooms to inspire students, it is also the perfect poster for guidance counseling offices, group therapy rooms, therapists' offices and psychology and mental health treatment clinics.
Poster #348 can also look great on the wall at home or wherever someone needs a boost or reminder that inspires. This versatile poster is meant to grab viewers' attention wherever it is posted.
Give your students an inspiring message that can change their lives. Post Poster #348 on your walls today.
Here is a poster that can bring comfort and solace to children and teens facing problematic interactions with peers. This poster says: "Negative people are only happy when they bring you down to their level."
Couldn't some of your sad, bullied, troubled or worried students benefit from the powerful message that this classroom poster delivers around the clock? This poster can be a constant source of help-- even when the teacher or counselor can't be there at that moment to offer help or advice.
Not just essential for classroom walls, Poster #349 belongs on the walls of school corridors, in the guidance counseling office, in the cafeteria and administration office. Since often the bulk of adult attention is focused on bullying or misbehaved students, the sad, depressed, frightened or withdrawn child can go relatively unnoticed. Give equal time to children who may not be very noticeable but still most definitely need to be noticed. Post Poster #349 and bring help and comfort to the students who need it most.
Your students are going to be inspired and captivated by the sweet Robin Williams quote featured on this inspirational classroom message poster. It says "No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world." It's a quote from The Dead Poets Society movie.
Teaching and counseling students is more than just giving concepts and skills. It's also about exciting young minds to care about the world and the education they're receiving. Poster #353 is the one classroom message poster that can do just that.
Post this inspirational message poster on your school, classroom or counseling office wall today and let its powerful quote help you transform young minds into being all they can be. You will find that when you surround your students with inspiring messages, you will find teaching to be a bit easier and students' minds to be a bit more open and involved. Not a bad result from a poster on the wall.
All classroom posters should deserve their spot on your wall, and Poster #353 will work hard to have impact on the students you most want to reach.
School counselors, social workers, guidance counselors, family therapists, foster care parents, youth workers and child treatment staff should all have Poster #364 hanging on their wall to comfort troubled, sad, depressed, disturbed or traumatized children.
The poster has an inspirational quote: Bloom where you're planted.
The poster also makes a great self-help meme, and is ideal for anyone who wants a boost in morale. The poster is appropriate for children, teens and young adults facing challenges in their lives.
Soothe your troubled and challenged children and teens by offering this vivid reminder of how to cope. Put Poster #364 on the wall today and bring solace to your counseling clients, students, patients or foster children. Poster #364 is ready to be there when you can't be there to provide need comfort and hope.
A beautiful image of a butterfly accompanies an even more beautiful and inspirational quote to make up Poster #366. A must-have for counselors and therapists, Poster #366 is also perfect for classrooms and after-school programs. It can also make an ideal addition to special and alternative education classrooms that have discouraged or challenged learners.
Poster #366 has an encouraging message of hope. It says: If you can dream it, you can do it. The image of a butterfly underscores the quote and helps deliver a potent, memorable message.
Soothe troubled students by giving their minds something positive to focus on. Poster #366 will give their eyes and minds comfort, hope and encouragement. Any poster that can deliver help like that has to be pretty special, and Poster #366 is. Designed by veteran counselors, this poster has been carefully crafted to reach hard-to-reach students and to keep their minds focused on the positive, and to help them have a better, brighter future. It may even help you help them reach their dreams.
Poster #372 should be on the wall of the nurse's office, in the gym, in Health Class and around your school or agency. It says "A person's worth is not counted in pounds." This is a critical message in our weight-obsessed, appearance-obsessed, hyper-critical society.
Girls often believe that if they are not thin, then they are not at an acceptable weight. This hurts their esteem and deters them from focusing on careers and the future in positive ways. This can put girls at a disadvantage compared to boys when so much energy is siphoned off and devoted to beauty, size and shape.
Don't let body image and weight issues damage your students. Help prevent and manage eating disorders by educating your students. Poster #372 is a fast, effective way to let your students know that being thin or a certain low weight is not the most important goal, that there are other pursuits in life they might wish to consider.
Put Poster #372 to work today preventing eating disorders and soothing students who struggle with weight and body image issues. It's a must-have in today's appearance-obsessed world.
This inspirational message poster helps discouraged students to try tasks that they find difficult or intimidating. It also helps them get unstuck in the classroom when they are faced with tasks that are so overwhelming they simply freeze.
This inspirational message poster is a great self-help tool, and the perfect on-going reminder for classrooms and counseling offices. It is especially useful with students who are work refusers, anxious, have mental health issues, face trauma or are deeply troubled.
Stop wondering what to do about students who refuse to try new tasks or complete their work and assignments. Finishing tasks in class shouldn't be a daily battle. Put Poster #384 on the job and watch the problems improve.
Created by the mental health and professional development experts at Youth Change Workshops, you know you can trust that it is the best tool for the task. Encourage your discouraged learners, anxious students and traumatized youngsters by posting Poster #384 today.
This school counseling poster helps students who are bullied, sad, depressed or scared to decide to get needed assistance from the counselor, therapist, guidance counselor, family therapist or school psychologist. Once posted on your walls, it becomes a critical, nonstop reminder that help is just steps away.
In recent years, your school has enrolled more troubled, scared, depressed and bullied students than ever before. It's important that you work to ensure their safety by making it clear that counseling help is readily available for the asking.
That's why this colorful, hard-to-miss counseling poster belongs in every classroom, in the hallways and throughout your school. It is also an essential addition to guidance counselors' offices, therapy rooms, group counseling rooms, treatment centers, mental health clinics and drug counseling centers.
Put up Poster #389 today and you will have immediately improved your student outreach efforts for children and teens with emotional problems, trauma or crises in their lives.
Inspirational message poster teaches discouraged and frustrated students to still achieve success in school. The poster teaches that students can successfully tackle what seems to be impossible.
Cleverly designed poster delivers both an explicit and subliminal message to students, meaning that the poster's message will reach even hard-to-reach students more effectively than purely verbal approaches.
This inspirational, motivational message poster is a must-have for classrooms, special education, mental health offices, counseling clinics, guidance offices and foster homes.
Inspire and motivate students to achieve more in school by overcoming what may seem impossible: Put Poster #395 on your wall today and watch it inspire success tomorrow.
This inspiring counseling poster is the perfect way to encourage discouraged students. It belongs on the wall of your classroom, guidance counseling office, group therapy room or special ed program.
Created by mental health counselors for counselors, therapists, student assistance workers, social workers and psychologists, Poster #396 is also ideal for homes too as it's a great self-help poster.
If you have discouraged learners, students who are easily frustrated or quit working in school, this poster can immediately help. It reads: The longest journey starts with a single step. Isn't that the kind of reminder you need to constantly give your easily discouraged students?
Post Poster #396 today and it will begin to inspire and motivate success and follow-through tomorrow. It's a beautifully designed, inspiring creation that will reach your hardest-to-reach students.
Poster #409 is our Ben Bradlee quote with a message: Truth is Never as Dangerous as a Lie
Trying to teach an important message to your journalism students? Want your class to be reminded about the importance of honesty? Looking for an engaging start to a conversation for a history lesson? The education experts at Youth Change workshops have the perfect classroom poster to do just that.
Bold graphics and catchy colors will draw your students’ eyes to the message “The truth is never as dangerous as a lie.” You’ll be surprised by how students can interpret this famous quote, and by the rich discussions that come from those interpretations. Connect Ben Bradlee’s idea to others you have presented to your students, and watch them develop a deeper understanding of the material as a result.
Many of your students will have heard about Watergate, but may not know some of the people involved. Ben Bradlee, the former editor-in-chief of the Washington Post, is an inspiration to many in the field of journalism and beyond.
This poster will be a provocative addition to history, journalism, literature and language arts classes, and is also perfect for counseling and guidance offices.
Encourage your students to reconsider ideas about truth and lies with our Poster #409.
If you’re looking for a sense of serenity and a reminder of the importance of mindfulness, Poster #410 will meet your needs.
When you work with youth, they look to you for wisdom and encouragement. Whether you are a counselor, a teacher, or social worker, Poster #410 from Youth Change Workshops can be a source of inspiration for your students and a great starting point for meaningful conversations.
The calming scenery on this poster will draw people to the message “You can cover the world in leather, or you can wear shoes.” Once given a chance to reflect on that message, you’ll be surprised to see how youth and adults can draw their own conclusions about what it means to them. Working to develop this sense of mindfulness will help with creating peace of mind and a calm heart. Help yourself or others to achieve that with Poster #410 from Youth Change Workshops.
If you are a teacher, counselor, social worker, therapy staff person, or other professional who works with youth, you’ll want Poster #411 from the mental health specialists at Youth Change Workshops.
Often students get stuck when they cannot overcome past troubles or traumas in their lives. This simple sign post image reminds them that they are “here” now, and encourages them to take “Life as it is” in order to move forward.
Use this motivational poster as a way to encourage the students you work with to focus on positive ideas about the future rather than staying with the upsetting feelings and thoughts from the past. Once students can make peace with their pasts, they can apply the lessons about mindfulness in order to head into a brighter future.
Perfect for walls in a group therapy room, counseling center, juvenile justice office, or school, Poster #411 will inspire youth to move towards a place of healing. This soothing poster is a must-have for anyone who provides therapy, counseling, meditation, health care, crisis care or social work services.
The busyness of everyday life can get overwhelming. This beautiful, simple message on Poster #417 from the mental health professionals at Youth Change Workshops can remind you to be mindful and to find peace. This would be a wonderful gift for anyone, and is ideal for classrooms or offices of counselors, healthcare workers, or even relaxation or meditation centers.
This poster features the powerful messages “You can see rain or you can see sun” and “Mindfulness, Life As Is” along with the soothing picture of raindrops on branches. The light sparkles off each individual raindrop in the photo, catching the viewer’s eye. This inspirational poster centers thinking and helps people to find calm. Use this as a daily reminder to accept what life brings you, and to choose how it will affect you.
In a home, clinic, treatment center, hospital, classroom, foster home or counseling center, Poster #417 will promote mindfulness and positive thinking in your life and in those around you.
Do you work with youth who need motivation? This poster from the education and mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops can help you communicate an important message. With a dramatic color contrast of yellow lettering on a black background, Poster #426 will draw your students’ eyes. When your students take the time to think about what the poster really means, you’ll be impressed with the turnaround you can see in their behaviors.
Students often struggle with finding success. Motivate your low performing students to work harder in your class, or remind students in your counseling office that they really do have the power over their lives. Poster #426 makes it simple with the message, “Success doesn’t come and find you.”
Remind your students that they need to work hard and seek opportunities if they want their situations to improve. You could also use Poster #426’s message as part of an engaging lesson about self-reliance or as a tie-in to a writing prompt.
You'll find that there are dozens and dozens of awesome motivational posters from Youth Change Workshops. All are created by mental health experts to impact the youth you work with and to communicate a compelling motivational message.
Everyone makes mistakes, and Poster #427 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops reminds us that second chances happen, and that they can be great learning opportunities.
With beautifully designed yellow lettering on a black background, the message, “Failure shows you what to do differently next time” will inspire your students. It can be hard for youth to shake bad choices they have made in the past, but with Poster #427 up in your office or classroom, they’ll know you believe in their ability to start again. Motivate your students to continue to be successful by incorporating the lessons learned the hard way.
If you work with students who give up easily, who feel discouraged about their pasts, or who just need a reminder to believe in themselves, this counselor-created poster will help inspire them to move ahead.
Check out other posters from Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. All are created by educational and mental health experts to really impact the lives of the youth you work with.
Whether you’re a teacher, counselor, or social worker, you know how important it is to build relationships with the youth you work with. Strengthen those relationships by showing them you believe in their ability to start again after initial failures. Poster #428 from the education and mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops does just that.
With attention-grabbing design, this poster communicates the message, “You can’t make a new start but you can make a new ending.” If you work with at-risk youth, you’ve seen them shut down. Inspire them to believe in themselves again with the motivational message about achieving success. Students will feel inspired to try harder to create that future they want when they know you believe that their past choices haven’t defined them.
This poster and others from Youth Change Workshops are designed to give you tools you need to reach your most challenging students. Imagine the difference you can make in supporting those youth on their path to a brighter future. Share that caring message with the help of Poster #428.
Many students struggle with anxiety or constant worrying. Poster #429 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops is a great way to get an important message to those children and teens who need it. This poster is the one student assistance poster that students simply can't ignore.
Designed with simplicity in mind, this poster would be perfect for school hallways, staff rooms, or classrooms. It is equally suited for professional counseling offices, mainstream classrooms, school hallways, mental health clinics, student assistance offices, and special ed classrooms.
The striking yellow letters on a black background make the poster's message, “Stop noticing what could go wrong and notice what could go right” really pop. This is an attention-grabbing way to communicate an important, supportive message.
A constant reminder to refocus negative thoughts into positive ones, Poster #429 will calm and soothe those students who are anxious, nervous, or troubled by constant worry. It will help those you work with get back on track to making positive changes in their lives. It is the one student assistance poster that is an absolute must-have to reach anxious students who worry excessively.
A wonderful reminder for any student, and a critical tool for those in the mental health or education fields, Poster #429 gets the job done.
Get Poster #429 along with other motivational posters from Youth Change Professional Development Workshops to more quickly and effectively impact the lives of the students around you.
It can be really hard to get through to students who struggle with worry and anxiety. The mental health therapy and classroom educational experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops have created a series of smart posters to help your students discover the answers to their problems.
Cleverly designed with the title, “Top 10 Benefits to Worrying,” you’ll grab students' attention when they see that their worries really don’t get them anywhere- the list is blank! A little yellow sticky note design will hammer the message home that “worrying never solves anything.”
When anxious and worried students see Poster #430, they’ll notice the humor in it, but they’ll really get your inspirational message that they can release their worry, let go of some of the anxiety, and try to curtail the obsessing. As a teacher, therapist, student assistance worker, social worker, foster parent or counselor, you can support anxious students in making positive behavior choices about worrying. Poster #430 will help you reiterate to anxious students the poster's simple and true message about worrying.
Check out other classroom, counseling, social work, mental health and therapy posters from Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. all offer you the best, new ways to motivate and inspire the youth you work with. They can make your classroom, therapy office or site be a place with fewer things to worry about.
Do you have students who are work-refusers? Students who constantly show up without their work done? Have you tried everything to get them to just do their work? You’ll get better results with this clever poster from the education experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops.
Designed for the classroom or counseling office, Poster #432 communicates the clear message that procrastination won’t get you ahead in life. Especially designed to catch students’ eyes and to make them think, this poster is titled, “Top 10 Benefits of Procrastination.” Students will laugh when they realize that the list-maker couldn’t be bothered to even finish the list because it stops after #1. The humor will get them looking at the poster, but the message really comes through with the sticky note design detail that says, “Procrastination makes everything worse.”
Your students will reflect on this and other posters from Youth Change Workshops and they’ll realize something really important-- that they are the ones in charge of their own behavior, and they can make better choices.
Help support the students you work with in making this important realization and motivate them to stop procrastinating by purchasing and posting Poster #432 today.
We hear it all the time from the counselors and teachers who attend our professional development workshops: many students are consumed with mental health issues that stem from their diffucult past. These past issues can be a distraction from academics and many other aspects of life.
Comedienne Lily Tomlin said it best when she said, “Forgiveness means giving up all hope of a better past.” Her clever play on words has been turned into an inspirational poster from the mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. Tomlin's words are shown on our new student mental health poster, Poster #435.
The poster's important mental health message about forgiveness is designed in elegant yellow script on a black background, making it ideal to blend into decorating schemes in a classroom, or a counseling center. Having this poster up on your wall will inspire your students to accept the past as is, in order to move forward.
It can be incredibly hard for students to reduce the anger of past dramas and traumas, but with mindfulness and gentle mental health reminders like that shown on Poster #435, students can have more peace into their lives.
Help your students cope with mental health issues from the past. Purchase this powerful poster about forgiveness from Youth Change Workshops.
It can be hard to convince someone to change their mind when they are angry. If you work in a counseling field or in education, you may have worked with students who have a hard time letting go of past trauma. Poster #436 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops will help communicate an important message about the true consequence of seeking revenge.
Designed in elegant yellow script on a black background, this Buddhist-inspired message says, “If you take revenge, dig two graves.” Inspire your clients or the youth you work with the consider peace and forgiveness as a way to reduce anger. The style of this poster would fit into a counseling center or classroom and provide a reminder about practicing mindfulness to find calm in your life. Great for conversations with angry or resentful kids, this quote will get right to the point that revenge never makes the situation better.
Imagine the impact you can have on the youth you work with with the help of this great poster. Promote reflection and good decision-making with Poster #436 from Youth Change Workshops.
Inspire your students with Poster #440 from the education experts at Youth Change Workshops. Whether you work with elementary students, middle school, high school or college students, all can benefit from Martin Luther King Jr.’s wise words. Use this poster in your classroom to keep his message alive.
With classic styling, this poster would be a great addition to any classroom or office space. The simple design of yellow lettering on a black background will make the quote stand out- “If you can’t fly, then run. If you can’t run, then walk. If you can’t walk, then crawl. But whatever you do, keep moving.” Show those who come in your room that you believe in the power of this inspirational message to just keep trying.
This could be a powerful way to start a discussion in a history class about the civil rights movement, or a great starting point for a writing assignment in your English class. In any room, its an inspirational message to those students who are struggling to just move forward every day. If you work with students who have experienced trauma in the past, having this inspiring sign on your wall will give some hope that they can pull themselves out of their difficult situations through determination.
However you use it, Poster #440 will impact, motivate and inspire your students and provide you an opportunity to talk about an important man in American history.
Inspire your students to be strong leaders and generous to others with Poster #441 from the education experts at Youth Change Workshops. Featuring a powerful quote from Martin Luther King Jr., this poster will carry his message on to today's youth.
This poster is also ideal for the teachers' lounge or anywhere that teachers gather. It is a fantastic reminder that teachers have what may be perhaps one of the ultimate-- and most important-- service jobs.
“Life’s most persistent question is What are you doing for others?” When Martin Luther King Jr. said these words decades ago, it was a call to action for a generation. In today’s culture, students can easily lose track of this spirit of giving. Motivate your students to reflect on how they can be role models and help others. The simple design of this poster will draw your students to the message about working for others so you have a chance to have meaningful discussions about this idea. Poster #441 is a tool that you can use to encourage the youth you work with to serve others.
Poster #441 would be perfect for your school’s leadership class, but its classic styling would also look great in any office, church or home. Show that you believe in his message by posting this on your wall. Remind yourself and others about the importance of serving others with this beautifully designed poster from Youth Change Workshops.
Based on Buddhist principles, mindfulness practices have created change in people all over the world. To inspire yourself or those you work with, check out this mindfulness office and classroom poster from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops. It's Poster #442 and it's all about helping students control their thoughts and thinking.
With a solid black background and yellow script writing, the design of this inspirational poster is attention-grabbing and the message, "Don't believe everything you think" fits many situations. Teachers can use this poster in their classroom to challenge their students to become critical thinkers. Poster #442 could be part of a specific lesson, or just a daily reminder of the expectations in your classroom. For those struggling to move on from past traumas or troubling issues, this message will speak loudly.
Counselors can use this powerful message poster to work with those who get stuck in negative thought patterns or who just need motivation to get out of a mental rut. If you're a Byron Katie follower, or just interested in pursuing deliberate and intentional thinking, the elegant poster will be a great addition to your space.
Those who see the poster will be reminded to question their thoughts in order to really evaluate them. This is an important practice to encourage people to stay in the moment and to reflect deeply on their thinking. Youth Change Workshops' poster about mindfulness is an inspirational tool for those on a journey of self-reflection. It is also a must-have to help the troubled, sad, depressed, discouraged, anxious, scared and vulnerable students in your school and classroom.
When you have students who need help to control their thoughts and thinking, Poster #442 is ready to help.
"Does a girl need a guy like a fish needs a bicycle?" Youth Change Workshops, experts in K-12 education and mental health counseling, have designed another clever poster to help girls move past unhealthy relationships. Use Poster #446 to counsel girls to be empowered on their own, without needing a guy.
If you work with teen girls in counseling, group therapy, student assistance, or domestic violence shelters, you need this poster to reach them. The poster sounds silly, but for girls who are preoccupied with looking for a boyfriend or hanging onto a bad one, it might be just the message they need to break away.
The poster image of an actual fish riding a bicycle in front of a multi-colored blue backdrop is designed to catch anyone's attention, but the lesson and message will be especially critical for teen girls and young women involved in domestic violence situations. As a self-help tool or as part of an organized therapy situation, Poster #446 encourages teen girls to be independent and to see their worth apart from their relationships. Encourage teen girls to re-think their dependence on guys with this funny, but powerful, poster.
Beautifully designed, Poster #447 from Youth Change Workshops will inspire anyone who needs an extra reminder about their self-worth. This compelling poster is perfect for classrooms, counseling centers, mental health offices, or anywhere you would want to add a soothing, loving message.
"You yourself as much as anybody in the universe deserve your love and affection." This affirming quote that has been attributed to Buddha, speaks to those troubled with self-doubt or self-esteem issues. It will encourage those students who see it to focus on loving themselves. If you work with students who have a tendency to put themselves last while serving others, Poster #447 can empower them to change that habit. A beautiful reminder for group therapy meetings, or as a sign in a classroom, this lesson will touch hearts.
This inspiring poster's design of yellow script writing on a black background communicates this simple truth in an elegant and stylish way. It can fit with the decor of a psychologist or psychiatrist office, but it would be equally appropriate in any home.
Reach out and inspire your students by posting Poster #447 today.
Comfort and soothe with this motivational poster from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops.
Anyone who practices mindfulness, has troubling thoughts, or works in counseling can appreciate the wisdom of the motivational message on Poster #448 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops. Inspire and soothe the students who you work with by adding this poster to your walls.
"We are what we think." This quote, attributed to Buddha, provides an important reminder about the power of thought. For any student struggling with self-doubt or issues of self-worth, reflecting on the uplifting quote can encourage them to increase positive thoughts. As a tool in a mental health office or in a classroom, Poster #448 can help you open up conversations about mindfulness with your clients or students to help them limit negative or damaging thought patterns.
The beautiful design of this motivational message will fit into any office or home space with simple purple script on a black background. With this quote from Buddha, Poster #448 will soothe and comfort while inspiring those students who see it.
Let these beautiful words from Mother Teresa inspire your students every day by adding Poster #449 to your walls. Designed with simple purple script on a black background, the mental health and educational experts at Youth Change Workshops have created an inspirational reminder to help students live in the moment.
Foster a peaceful environment in your space with the soothing words, "Each moment is all we need, not more." This poster is perfect for a home, classroom, mental health office, spa, or anywhere motivation is needed to remain positive. Mother Teresa's words will soothe and comfort while gently reminding us about the power of mindfulness.
In the busy rush of daily life, it can be easy to lose track of the importance of appreciating the present. This poster can help alleviate feelings of stress or worry about the future by encouraging us to savor the current moment. Add this inspirational message to your life with Poster #449.
In the middle of a crisis, it can be easy for students to struggle. It's easy for anyone to forget that they have the potential to make bad feelings a bit better. Enter mindfulness. Inspire those dealing with stress with Poster #450. It's from the mental health and psychology experts at Youth Change Workshops. Encouraging words of mindfulness and a soothing scene can change the perspective of those students in need of comfort.
Over a backdrop of a beautiful ocean scene, the elegant script writing says, "Waves can knock you over or you can learn to surf." Adding this poster to walls in a classroom, mental health office, or other crisis intervention center can be just the message needed to provide calm in the middle of a bad situation. It's also the perfect classroom management helper for your school, special education site or mainstream classroom. This poster is also ideal for teachers' lounges and counseling therapy offices.
When someone is empowered to take control of their reponses to trauma or difficult situations, they can find a new level of peace. Use this poster to guide your students, clients, colleagues or patients through difficult times.
By focusing on coping skills and providing a reminder of the power of positive thoughts, Poster #450 can help reduce stress and increase calm for those students in troubled waters.
Poster #451 shows a cartoon depicting warm sunshine, green fields, and a bulldozer about to find something unexpected. This cheerful and fun poster from the mental health and guidance counseling experts at Youth Change Workshops is a wonderful tool for those who work with or counsel children, teens or adults.
Poster #451 is the perfect addition to a classroom, counselor's office, psychiatrist or psychologist office, or therapy center. Its approachable characters and colorful design make it a comfortable way for mental health and guidance professionals to work with children who may be reluctant to open up about their feelings and problems. Using the playful images on the poster will help your students or patients feel comfortable enough to share what they are feeling.
This cute guidance counseling poster says "Sometimes there is more below the surface than you can see." It would be hard for your patients, students or clients to miss Poster #451 on your wall, and children, teens, and adults will respond to its message so you can have meaningful conversations with them about what lies beneath.
Poster # 453
This powerful poster from the mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops needs to be posted in every counseling office to help reach the people who need it most. With twelve clear, concrete tips for students who are struggling with depression, Poster #453 can help those suffering.
Depression affects thousands of children, teens and adults every day and can greatly impact their quality of life. An important strategy for managing depression step-by-step, Poster #453 is the perfect tool to use at home as a self-help tool. This powerful poster will also be a valuable addition to therapy sessions or as a reminder to school counselors when they are working with affected youth.
With the title "A Dozen Definite Detours Around Depression," this poster is designed with an attention-grabbing font and a blue and black color scheme. It lists twelve research-based strategies for dealing with troubling thoughts. For example, "1. Think 'Cancel' when upsetting thoughts occur," or "9. Stay focused on the present, not the past or future."
Use Poster #453 to teach how to manage depression while creating a sense of empowerment and control with these helpful interventions.
Poster # 455
The great "Car Talk" legend Tom Magliozzi said it best with his famous quote- "It is better to travel in hope than arrive in despair." If you are looking for a gift for a devotee of the NPR show, or if you're looking for a way to inspire and encourage the students who you work with, get Poster #455 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops.
Designed in simple black and white, this poster delivers an inspirational and encouraging message that is ideal for counselors, teachers, or therapists. Its styling would be equally appropriate in an office or a home, and the lesson about hope could be a powerful reminder for those in residential treatment facilities or other mental health facilities.
Poster #455 is a pretty poster that delivers a beautiful message of hope and encouragement from a beloved man. Get this poster to share with students, or anyone in need of a some hope while on their journey.
Help your students develop a more positive outlook on life with Poster #456 from Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. It's easy for students to lose track of the power of positive thinking, but with a little motivational reminder like this, you can get even your most negative and discouraged students back on track. Featuring a famous quote from the "Car Talk" legend Tom Magliozzi, this pretty poster will lift spirits and inspire happiness.
With simple white script writing on a black background and the quote, "Happiness equals reality minus expectations," Poster #456 will look great with any classroom, office or home decor. This hopeful and encouraging message will be well-suited for mental health facilities or treatment centers, as well. It will make a great motivational reminder to students whether in a classroom or a school hallway. Help your students or anyone who you work to remove their preconceived expectations in order to live a life that is truly happy.
Listeners of his classic NPR show will appreciate the message on Poster #456 because it reminds them of the happy, inspiring outlook of Tom Magliozzi. The encouraging message might be all it takes to turn negative thinking into a positive new start.
Poster #457 is a critical addition to any counseling, therapy, mental health office, and a key addition to any classroom. If you work where there are negative attitudes and discouraged students, then is poster should be ordered and posted right away.
Followers of his famous NPR show will know that Tom Magliozzi had an inspiring outlook on life. This uplifting poster from the mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops will capture that spirit perfectly and provide you an amazing opportunity to pass that legacy on.
"If money can fix it, it's not a problem," is written in classic white script on a black background. The design is suitable for classrooms, homes, treatments centers, or anywhere a little inspiration could be helpful. Often, people feel like if only they had enough money, their problems would be solved, but this pretty poster teaches them that there are no easy fixes. Perfect for a counselor's office, this motivational quote could be a great starting spot for therapeutic conversations.
A reminder that money doesn't buy happiness or solve all our problems, Poster #457 shares the wisdom of an American legend, Tom Magliozzi, and provides an inspirational, beautiful way to share that message with others.
Youth Change Workshops has created a beautiful and cheery poster to remind people of the importance of gratitude. Featuring pretty white script on a yellow background, Poster #458 would be a beautiful addition to a home, classroom, or counseling center.
This motivational poster will teach students in your classes to stop asking for more and to see the value of what they already have. It's also a perfect tool to use in counseling sessions, and the message, "Be thankful for what you've got" can be a breakthrough reminder for those who struggle with a sense of constant dissatisfaction. An inspiring poster like this one will turn around negative attitudes in the people you work with. Impact them with the inspiration to focus on all that there is to be thankful for instead of getting stuck with a damaging mindset about what they wish they had.
Teaching mindfulness and appreciation, Poster #458 from Youth Change Workshops will be a meaningful addition to your home, office, or classroom.
Make your students will notice and stop to think about this inspirational and motivational poster from the mental health and educational experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. A beautiful and soothing reminder about the importance of mindfulness, Poster #459 will be an inspirational addition to your walls.
The poster features a quote attributed to Buddha that says, "One need not carry the raft on one's head after crossing the stream." This quote reminds us to continually focus on our present situation, calming our minds and adjusting our behaviors as we progress on our journey. If you work with people who are burdened with their pasts, Poster #459 will teach the idea that serenity can be found by letting go and living in the present.
Encourage reflection and thoughtful meditation by sharing this poster with students in your classroom as a great writing prompt or as a reminder to those you work with in therapy. Use this beautiful poster to share the wisdom of Buddha and to inspire mindfulness. With the lesson on Poster #459, you can help people to let go of past habits and to learn to go with the flow.
An important reminder to live in the moment, Poster #461 is a lively mental health poster. It was created by the school mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. This poster is an inspirational way to add a powerful mental health message to your walls. Featuring elegant yellow script on a black background, the poster is perfect for any home, office, or classroom.
This school mental health poster is a must-have for anyone working to inspire mindfulness. The quote on the poster is attributed to meditation teacher Jack Kornfield, "The trouble is you think you have time." Imagine what you could do if you truly lived in the moment and followed to message behind these motivational words. Great for anyone who practices meditation or other self-reflection activities, Poster #461 will encourage your students to keep on the path of mindfulness.
If you work with students or patients in a counseling setting, this poster would look great on your walls. With this simple and powerful message, you can open up conversations about letting go of a fear of failure or about living in the present.
Check out Poster #461 to add a beautiful, inspirational message to your space.
If you're looking for a way to teach compassion to the students you work with, or if you're looking to provide a group norm in a counseling environment, check out Poster #462 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops. Inspire mindfulness and thoughtfulness with this lovely classroom poster.
It's a beautiful, yet powerful message- "Don't Judge- You have no idea what someone else's journey is really like." Students will see this reminder on your wall and be more mindful about what they say to or how they think about their peers. A classroom poster like this helps to foster an environment where your students will feel safe and respected. Also, this beautifully designed mental health poster would fit into professional counseling settings like drug treatment facilities or group homes to communicate the expectation of kindness and empathy.
An inspirational reminder not to judge, Poster #462 will impact your students and add a sense of peace and gentleness to your space.
Well-intentioned grownups say things to youth like, "This is the best time of your life!" If you're a student who's struggling, that simple phrase can feel really bleak. Speak the truth to those students with the message on Poster #463 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops- "It can be tough being a kid, but it gets better."
Designed to address the emotional needs of students who are at-risk or acting out, this is an important guidance tool you can use to reach them. It can help a student who feels bullied or alienated with the reminder that this is temporary, and that there is a brighter future to look forward to.
Sometimes the students who are most in pain don't actually speak up, but with this poster on your wall you can provide inspiration to them, too. With its affirming message, Poster #463 will comfort your students who have emotional problems and will let them know you're a safe adult they can turn to if they need to talk.
This school poster is a must-have for counseling offices, guidance clinics, family therapists, teachers, special educators, and anyone who works with students who are troubled, distressed, in crisis or diagnosed as S.E.D.
Teach your students how to take control of their emotions with Poster #466 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. This is a must-have poster for any teacher or counselor, but especially those working with students who have special emotional needs.
Designed to help depressed, anxious, or troubled students, the bold poster design will guide youth through the steps in managing personal stresses. In attractive blue and white lettering, the phrase "UPSETTING THOUGHTS" is crossed out and the direction to "Spot them + stop them" pops off the poster to get your students' attention. Perfect for students with emotional disorders such as OCD, thought disorders, or other mental health issues, having Poster #466 on your wall is a constant reminder to catch troubling feelings before they escalate.
As a teacher or counselor, your goal is to help students independently manage their emotions. Using Poster #466 will teach them the steps they need in order to reach that goal.
Learning to control their emotions is a key lesson students need to master. Poster #466 will speed that process for you.
When your students are constantly worried, it becomes difficult to perform to their potential. Help your students manage worry with this inspirational and instructional poster from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops.
With the word "WORRIES" crossed out and the reminder, "Spot them + stop them," this poster will show your students that they have the power to get out of the cycle of depression and anxiety related to persistent worrying. For some students, that perfectionistic tendency becomes a roadblock to success, but having this poster on your wall will break through those habits of stress and agitation. If you teach or counsel students with depression, OCD, thought disorders, or other mental health issues, Poster #467 is a perfect way to support them in learning to help themselves control negative emotions.
This poster will look great in any classroom or counseling office and is really a must-have inspirational poster for anyone working with troubled, anxious, or at-risk students. Check out all the mental health posters from Youth Change Workshops to create a soothing and supportive environment for your students.
Inspire your students with this simple, yet beautiful, poster from the education experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. With yellow lettering on a black background, the powerful message, "every moment counts" will stand out and really reach the youth you work with. Ideal for therapy sessions or creating a school-wide philosophy, Poster #468 will be a motivational message to your students.
Students can sometimes struggle to let go of past failures or traumas in order to move on. They can also fixate on the future at the expense of the present. Help center your students and remind them to make the present really matter with Poster #468. Perfect for a classroom or counseling office, when you're having conversations with troubled students this poster can be just the message they need to hear.
Help your students focus on what they are doing now and minimize anxiety or distractions by teaching the mindfulness lesson "every moment counts." You'll be impressed to see them respond and improve their behaviors when they take the time to truly live in the moment.
If you're looking for the perfect gift for anyone who has to deal with drama at times, then Poster #472 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops is a creative option that they will love!
This poster features a phrase based on a Polish proverb, "Not My Monkey, Not My Circus." Teachers can use this colorful and fun poster in their classrooms to remind students to stay out of negative gossiping or drama between classmates. The silly phrase is a catchy way to get students to learn that they are in charge of their own lives and their own reactions, and that there's no reason to get dragged into other people's business. This clever phrase would also be a perfect addition to any school counseling office. Students in crisis can be reminded to let go over other's perceptions and issues to just address what's happening in their own lives.
The unexpected design and message would look great in an office cubicle or break room, too. Perfect for human resources or hard-working bosses and managers, the lesson is still appropriate for adults dealing with interpersonal problems.
Everyone who sees this poster will find a way to integrate the words into their own lives. Get Poster #472 from Youth Change Workshops to brighten up your space today.
With a beautiful design and a powerful message, Poster #474 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops will impact those who see it. This inspirational poster is a great addition to any home, but is also be a great teaching tool for schools and therapists.
"Life is a hard teacher than gives the test first and the lesson later." This self-help message can teach mindfulness and reflection, but it also serves as a reminder to keep a positive perspective on the challenges one faces. Motivate your students to work through the hard times to find the learning, and encourage them to keep moving forward by adding Poster #474 to your walls.
This simple poster is a powerhouse tool to use with youth who get swept up in drama or who get bogged down in failures. The lesson of perseverance is important for anyone trying to stay strong in the present despite past struggles. Check out Poster #474 from Youth Change Workshops to inspire those you work with to stay on the path towards learning and understanding.
Create an atmosphere of kindness and respect in your classroom with this inspirational poster from the education experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. Featuring a famous quote from Martin Luther King Jr., your students will learn a powerful lesson from an important man in American history.
Perfect for times of social unrest or political struggles, his quote, "I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear" will really connect with your students. If you teach a current events class or history course, this poster will bring the events of the Civil Rights movement to life. In any classroom, Poster #478 will provide you meaningful opportunities to discuss the issues of social justice and tolerance with your students.
Open a door to the past while connecting your students to current events with this inspirational quote from Martin Luther King Jr. If you teach in a diverse school, or are trying to increase exposure to diversity for your students, then Poster #478 is the perfect way to open up important conversations with your students to really grab their attention and to engage them in your lesson.
It's easy for a teacher to spend most of the time dealing with loud, outgoing, or disruptive students. However, the students who are quietest can often be the ones who need the most support. Use Poster #480 from the education experts at Youth Change Workshops to show those sometimes unnoticed students that you understand what they're going through.
This counseling and classroom poster is designed with sweet flowers and a reassuring message that "not everyone blooms at the same time." The statement, "I should fit in & have lots of friends" will really speak to your socially isolated students who can be most at risk for mental health issues. Help them cope with social isolation or awkwardness by reminding them that just because it's hard now, that doesn't mean it will be this way forever.
Perfect for classrooms, counseling offices, or school hallways, Poster #480 is a reassuring reminder for students who don't fit the social expectations or cliques of aschool. With this guidance counseling and classroom poster on your wall, all your students will know that you value them just as they are, and that you support them in their journey.
Encourage someone to bloom with this beautiful motivational poster from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops. With a powerful quote from the famous author Anais Nin, Poster #481 will look great on a wall in any classroom, counseling office, or home.
The quote, "And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom" is set in front of a picture of flowers bursting out from a rocky backdrop. This inspirational message about bravery and courage will touch hearts and inspire change.
Poster #481 is a great tool for counseling sessions to help encourage your clients to break free from the fear of change or to move forward into the unknown future. This motivational message makes a meaningful gift to support someone you love as they start out on a new adventure.
However you use it, Poster #481 will deliver a powerful message about motivation, personal growth and achieving goals. Get this and other inspirational posters from Youth Change Professional Development Workshops today.
From the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops comes another beautiful poster to help guide students on a path of personal growth. A powerful tool for teachers, counselors, or self-help, Poster #482 is a touching way to encourage someone you know to keep making progress in living the life they want.
Featuring peaceful and soothing nature scenes and the message, "It's not about the destination It's about the journey," this poster will look great on a wall in a home, office, or group therapy center. It can be easy to lose focus on the end goal during recovery or growth, but Poster #482 will help remind anyone who sees it to stay in the present and be mindful of the journey they're on.
A perfect way to guide group therapy sessions or to help with personal growth and goal setting, this poster will provide encouragement and support for those on a path to a happier future.
Brighten your classroom while inspiring your students. Or, if you have a favorite traveler in your life, Poster #483 would make a perfect gift to celebrate their adventurous spirit. The message on this guidance poster will be inspirational in a classroom or counseling center-- or anywhere that students and other people congregate. However you use it, Poster #483 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops will look great on your walls while sharing a special message with anyone who sees it.
This student guidance poster says: "Not all who wander are lost." This classic phrase takes on new beauty when paired with the peaceful landscape in the background. In a classroom setting, students will feel comforted with the reminder that everyone takes their own path to achieve their dreams. As a tool in a guidance counseling or treatment center, clients can feel encouraged that they can reach the goals for recovery that they set for themselves.
The perfect poster for anyone who has felt adrift at one point or another, Poster #483 will add beauty and serenity to your space. Add it to the walls of your student guidance office or to your classroom, and watch it inspire and motivate.
Encourage a spirit of adventure and improve student goal-setting success with Poster #484 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. If you need an extra boost of determination or if you work with students who can use motivation to achieve their goals, then this classroom poster will be a powerful addition to your walls.
Featuring a beautiful nature photo with the phrase, "Either I will find a way Or I will make a way," Poster #484 makes a bold statement about perseverance. On a classroom wall, this would really speak to your students who have a dream, but might need a little push to believe that they can achieve it. Inspirational and motivational, this poster is sure to grab their attention.
Help your failing, discouraged, or hard-to-engage students believe that they have the power to make better choices. Encourage them to follow through on their plans and teach them about the true meaning of tenacity with this beautifully designed poster from Youth Change Professional Development Workshops.
Setting goals with students just got easier-- with the help of Poster #484 on your classroom wall.
This is where the rubber meets the road! Check out Poster #486 from the education experts at Youth Change Professional Development Training Workshops to inspire your most challenging students. Perfect for underachievers, work-refusers, or lazy students, this poster reminds them that there is no time like the present to get to work for a better future.
Sometimes students feel like those end goals of graduation and "the real world" are too far away to really matter. With this cleverly designed motivational poster, they get the message that "the future starts now." Teach them that tenacity and determination pay off, because the choices they make in the present will lead to the future results they want.
With a cool design and straightforward message, Poster #486 inspires students to work hard in a way that other interventions haven't. Inspire them to do their best by having this poster up on your classroom walls, school hallways, or counseling and career offices.
This hilarious poster is the best ever way to motivate your hard-to-reach students. The mental health experts at Youth Change Teacher Professional Development Workshops created Poster #487 to surprise students and to get them thinking about what kinds of skills they need to be successful in school and in life.
Because the design of this poster is so unexpected, students will tune in to the message as they look closer at the clothing tag style design. This tag shows that it's "100% YOUR LIFE", and that it's "MADE FROM 96% HARD WORK, 2% FATE, 2% LUCK." Additional messages remind unmotivated students "PERMANENT RESULTS, DO NOT WASTE," "HARD WORK REQUIRED. REPEAT AS NECESSARY," and "DELICATE, USE WITH CARE OR MAY SHRINK."
Poster #487 is one of the best ever ways to inspire your students because they have to really think to understand it's motivational message. Once they figure it out, the lesson is learned that they need to work hard and make the most out of the opportunity being offered in your classroom.
Trust the professional development experts at Youth Change Workshops to craft a poster that is a slam-dunk to "wow" your students while enhancing their motivation for school.
A beautiful reminder of the power of dreams, Poster #491 from the education experts at Youth Change Teacher Training Workshops is a powerful motivational tool for your classroom. Perfect for elementary, middle, or high school classrooms, the soothing colors and inspirational message connects to your students and encourages them to try their best.
"If You Can Dream It You Can Do It." Designed with a pretty pastel rainbow palette, Poster #491 looks as good on the walls of a classroom as a counseling office. The lesson to your students is about believing in themselves and working hard to pursue their dreams.
Ideal for any community, this poster is especially powerful in areas where students need extra motivation and support to succeed in and out of the classroom. Be the person who inspires them when you have Poster #491 up on your walls. Show your students that all they need in order to reach their dreams is to believe in their power to do it.
Another great motivational poster from the mental health experts at Youth Change Teacher Professional Development Workshops, Poster #492 is ideal for any classroom or counseling space. With it's simple and classic design, it is also a great addition to a home or office.
If a student or someone you work with needs extra encouragement and support to achieve their dreams, remind them that they are capable of doing what it takes in order to get what they want. The message on this poster, "You're the one in charge of making your world what you want," inspires and motivates those who may have given up. Sometimes setbacks or past issues can be demoralizing, but Poster #492 helps encourage us to keep trying and to take back control of our own lives.
This inspiring poster is a perfect tool for encouraging frustrated or troubled students, or simply to be used as an inspirational message to add to your office space. Poster #492 is just the motivational message you need to really impact those around you.
Mindfulness practices have been shown to help reduce stress and improve both mental and physical well-being. If you're trying to bring more peace into your life, or if you're following the practices of Byron Katie and "The Work," then Poster #494 from the mental health counseling experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops is a perfect addition to your space.
The simple message on a black background states, "You can fight reality but reality always wins." The constant reminder about releasing control and letting go can bring a level of serenity to your life. This poster is a perfect tool for self-help, but it could be equally valuable in a therapeutic setting like a counseling office, drug treatment facility, or group home.
Improve perspective and add this great counseling poster to your collection. With Poster #494's straight-forward message in your space, the daily reminder about acceptance can really impact your attitude and increase a sense of peace.
Help your students achieve more and feel better at school. Put this lively guidance counseling poster on your wall to begin to effect change for troubled, sad, unhappy, disturbed, upset and angry students.
The mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops have created another powerful poster to help those dealing with challenging feelings and emotions. Poster #495 is a beautiful way to add a message about positivity to your life or the lives of your students or clients.
A must-have for any therapist's office or treatment center, the rainbow design and peaceful color palette fits into any decor. The message on the poster will help patients or students learn to manage their difficult feelings. "Your feelings aren't the problem, your reaction to them is the problem."
This straight-talk lesson is a great starting point for conversations with people struggling with feelings and emotions like anxiety, depression, or sadness. The design of the poster catches their attention and provides an opportunity to think about their emotions in a new way. Poster #495 is the perfect way for anyone to learn how to positively manage feelings and emotions in order to find peace.
Every classroom includes some distressed, sad or depressed students. Give them a helping hand by posting Poster #495 today, and watch it soothe and calm. Students with distressing feelings can achieve as well as they otherwise could accomplish in class. You can start to change that with Poster #495.
(f07) Poster #499- Student Emotions and Feelings Management Classroom and Guidance Counseling Poster
"You're the boss of your feelings but you have to know them to control them." This clear message on Poster #499 from the education experts at Youth Change Workshops is an invaluable tool for you to use with students in your classroom or guidance counseling office.
Designed with a little girl showing a range of emotions, the labels alongside each picture will help young children learn to name their emotions so they can understand them better. The pictures include "happy," "sad," "mad," "relaxed," "frustrated," and "anxious." Poster #499 is also a great way to help students on the autism spectrum learn to indentify emotions in others for improved social interactions. A must-have for anyone working with youth, students will be able to relate to the emotions demonstrated on the poster.
Youth Change Professional Development Workshops has developed a variety of great posters that are appropriate for various therapeutic settings and classrooms. Check out the companion poster, Poster #500, with graphics designed for boys. With these guidance counseling posters on your walls, you can help students through important conversations while they develop their emotional intelligence skills.
Get the one guidance counseling poster that leaps out at students and grabs their attention to help them. Put up Poster #499 today in your classroom or guidance counseling office.
If you're a counselor or teacher, you know from the behavior management issues you face with students that managing feelings can be tough when you're a kid. Problem feelings can really disrupt a classroom and impair learning.
"You're the boss of your feelings but you have to know them to control them." This clear message on Poster #500 from the education experts at Youth Change Workshops is an invaluable tool for you to use with students in your classroom or counseling office. All counselors and teachers need to consider how providing this type of quick aid can improve student well-being.
Designed with a little boy showing a range of emotions, the labels alongside each picture will help young children learn to name their emotions so they can understand them better. The pictures include "happy," "sad," "mad," "relaxed," "frustrated," and "anxious." Poster #500 is also a great way to help students on the autism spectrum learn to identify emotions in others for improved social interactions. It can be a help to students with many other severe emotional issues as well. A must-have for anyone working with youth, students will be able to relate to the emotions demonstrated on the poster.
Youth Change Workshops has developed a variety of great posters that are appropriate for various therapeutic settings and classrooms. Check out the companion poster, Poster #499, with graphics designed for girls. With these posters on your walls, you can guide students through important conversations while they develop their emotional intelligence skills.
Don't let feelings get in the way of success at school. Instead, help students master their problem emotions by posting Poster #500 on your wall today. You'll see better feeling management tomorrow. It's the one poster every counselor and teacher needs.
Maya Angelou has inspired countless people with her motivational and beautiful reminders about how to treat one another. The mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops have created Poster #505 to celebrate her legacy and to add color to your walls. It is a sweet, inspirational school poster that is perfect for classrooms everywhere.
The background of this inspirational poster is a peaceful sky with a rainbow arching across, and the message "Be a rainbow in someone's cloud." On the walls of your classroom, counseling office, volunteer organization, or church, that spirit of kindness, inspiration and generosity is passed on to anyone who sees it.
With eye-catching design and a sweet, inspirational message, Poster #505 is a way to energize your classroom or office, and to encourage students and others to think about how to serve others. With a reminder about living life in a way that brings joy to others, this inspirational poster is going to instantly be a favorite addition to any space.
Maya Angelou has served as an inspirational leader for many people. The mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops have created a beautiful poster with her powerful quote about relationships. Use this helpful, comforting poster in your home or your office space to share that message with anyone who sees it. It may be ideal for anoyone struggling with relationship issues at school, at home or in the community.
Perfect for health clinics, treatment centers, guidance counselor offices, or homes, Poster #506 is designed to fit into any space. The background photo is a soothing and peaceful nature scene, and the quote on the poster says, "Never make someone a priority when all you are to them is an option." Maya Angelou's quote is a gentle self-help reminder about choosing healthy relationships, and her empowering message can give someone the strength to move on from a toxic situation or problematic relationship situation.
Poster #506 is a beautiful way to help teach someone struggling with relationship issues that they can choose a better path. As a tool in your counseling center, this poster from Youth Change Workshops will be invaluable in your support of patients or clients.
The counselors and educators at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops have created another inspiring counseling and classroom poster based on the lessons from poet Maya Angelou. Those familiar with her story will know that she overcame many obstacles in her past, and her empowering words can be just the self-help tool that you need to help students move forward in life. This powerful poster is a must-have for counselors, therapists, social workers and psychologists, as well as teachers and special educators.
Ideal for any therapeutic setting, including guidance counseling, health clinics, therapy centers, and mental health counseling offices, Poster #507 shows a peaceful nature backdrop that would match any decor. The quote says, "You may not control all the events that happen to you, but you can decide not to be reduced by them." This message of resilience and determination is the perfect way to encourage your clients, students or patients to deal with their trauma or difficult situations.
Soothing and inspiring, Poster #507 from the mental health counseling experts at Youth Change Workshops was created to be a powerful tool to lift students up when they have been dealing with negative experiences. Using this poster in your mental health practice, guidance office, group therapy setting, or counseling center, will share Maya Angelou's message with anyone who sees it. It may be one of the best tools any counselor, therapist or teacher could hope for.
"Success is liking yourself and liking what you do." This quote, attributed to the famous poet Maya Angelou, is an inspirational way to lift up anyone who sees it. The mental health and education experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops have created another beautiful poster to use in social work settings, counseling centers, classrooms or foster homes to serve as a reminder about how to find peace and serenity in life.
With its backdrop of calm water and a blue sky, Poster #508 helps create a soothing environment perfect for mental health offices, relationship counseling, group therapy, social work or treatment centers. If you work with people who can use encouragement to find success, then this poster provides a powerful way to communicate that message.
Poster #508 is the perfect tool for social workers and counselors to help guide their patients and clients towards a brighter, more peaceful future. With the calming and inspirational words of Maya Angelou, the lesson will be shared with anyone who sees it.
Put the walls of your social work office, guidance counseling room, group therapy room or classroom to work transforming students for the better. Put Poster #508 on the walls today and watch it start helping students tomorrow.
Anyone who has been around dogs knows just how special they can be. This very cute dog poster from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops is a perfect reminder to stay in the moment and would be a great addition to any counseling office. It's also a novel way to teach students about mindfulmess.
Poster #509 features two happy looking dogs playing outside with the message, "Live for Today." In a counseling or mental health office, it may be hard to get young people to open up, but Poster #509 helps you create an environment that feels welcoming and safe for them. Children and teens respond to this poster because the dogs are comforting and cute, but the lesson about mindfulness really gets through to them.
With this sweet mindfulness reminder about living life to the fullest and staying in the moment, Poster #509 is a soothing way to help anyone open up in your counseling office. Check out all the mindfulness posters from Youth Change Professional Development Workshops to help reach your patients and clients.
Mindfulness can transform students and Poster #509 can help speed that process in the counseling office, classroom or treatment center.
The mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops have created this inspirational poster to empower young women. Poster #510 is the perfect tool for counseling and supporting them in the development of a healthy body image and a strong sense of self.
In today's world, girls are bombarded with media images and messages about how body image and they should look. Poster #510 asks the pointed question, "Who would be beautiful if we saw hearts instead of bodies?" If you work in counseling or mental health centers where you treat girls for eating disorders, body image issues, or low self-esteem, you need this poster on your walls to impact your patients.
Put Poster #510 in your health education classroom as a reminder to all your students, male and female, about how what matters most is what is inside. Youth Change Workshops designed Poster #510 to be just the educational tool you need to break through all the other messages students get about body image so they can grow stronger and more confident.
Bring relief to girls and anyone else who struggles with body image issues and eating disorders by posting Poster #510 on your wall right away.
Inspire your students to be more service-oriented with this great classroom poster from the education experts at Youth Change Workshops. Designed to inspire greatness, Poster #511 features a powerful quote about volunteering from Gandhi and it looks great on the walls of any classroom or community organization. It's the perfect student poster for anywhere that service and volunteering are encouraged or practiced.
Featuring an image of the Earth as seen from space and the quote, "The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in service to others," Poster #511 is attention-grabbing. Its simple message speaks to students in leadership classes, service clubs, volunteer sites, and churches. It is the perfect reminder to inspire any student to do more charity work and to think about how to serve others. That's why this poster belongs in your classroom, volunteer site, place of worship or counseling program.
A lovely student poster with a motivational message, you can inspire more young people to participate in everyday service work with this message from Gandhi and the smart design from Youth Change Professional Development Workshops.
Many students in your schools need help, but might be reluctant to speak up. With Poster #512 from the mental health and guidance counseling experts at Youth Change Workshops, you can create a culture that encourages students to admit when they need some extra support.
Guidance counselors are an invaluable resource for students, but many young people don't know their school counselor can help with a variety of social or mental health issues. This guidance poster is an original in the "Got Problems?" series and it reminds students to "Tell a Counselor" if they need help dealing with those problems.
A must-have for every elementary, middle and high school classroom, Poster #512 is the best way to communicate the message that guidance counselors are here to help any student who is struggling with depression, social problems, school stressors, anger management, or other mental health issues.
If you have a guidance counseling office, then you need this exceptional outreach poster for students.
Inspire your students to make the right choice with this motivational classroom poster from the education experts at Youth Change Workshops. It's a simple message, but one that will really impact how your students treat each other and how they make some of their most important decisions.
This colorful classroom and counseling poster is designed to grab students' attention and to help them make better choices and decisions.
Poster #518 is the perfect addition for your classroom, counseling center, or throughout your school hallways to communicate this lesson- "The hard choice and the right choice are often the same choice." The bright yellow background and the black and white script writing is an attention-grabbing way to teach your students to avoid taking the easy way out of a tough problem.
This inspirational lesson sticks with students long after they see it, and can help them build their decision-making skills. Check out all the motivational counseling and classroom posters from Youth Change Professional Development Workshops to create the school culture that you want.
This sweet poster from the education experts at Youth Change Workshops will add color and fun to your classroom or home. Poster #520 is a motivational way to build student character while setting up classroom expectations.
Designed for the elementary, middle, or high school classroom, Poster #520 uses each letter of the alphabet to teach a lesson. It goes through the alphabet with sayings like "Always be ready to learn new things," "Help others," "Make a difference," "Stand up for what is right," and finally, "Zero excuses or negativity." It's a attention-grabbing way to add inspiration to your classroom, but it could also be a sweet daily reminder in your home.
This pretty ABC poster is the perfect tool for you to use to help build character and set your students up for success. Get Poster #520 today to create the classroom culture that you want.
Building student character and success just got a little easier. Add Poster #520 to your classroom and school, then watch for improvement in your students.
Created by the education experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops, Poster #522 is one in a series of posters you can use to create a culture of acceptance and tolerance in your school. With bold graphics and strong messages, students get the point that you expect them to treat everyone with respect and dignity, and that they are expected to stop discrimination when they see it.
The "NOT HERE, NOT ANYWHERE" Poster Series is perfect for school hallways, counseling offices, or classrooms. These powerful classroom posters chip away at bias, predjudice, and discrimination while building tolerance and acceptance for others.
Poster #522 is very eye-catching. It has a dramatic background of a brick wall and the word "DISCRIMINATION" crossed out by a red slash to show your students that hateful speech or bigotry is not an option on your school's campus. It reminds them 24/7 that discrimination is not acceptable, that tolerance must be the norm. That's an important message to be sure reaches all students.
This colorful message sign is an attention-grabbing, must-have classroom poster to reduce hate speech, discrimination, and disrespect at your school. Students can't ignore the message of tolerance, and will know that you have high standards for their actions and speech. Use all the posters in this "NOT HERE, NOT ANYWHERE" series to make a difference with your students.
Everyone has experienced the excitement of January 1st and all the New Year's resolutions that comes with it. Unfortunately, most would admit that those goals become harder and harder to keep as the days and months go on. If you're looking for a fun way to help your students set goals and keep resolutions, check out this daily reminder from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops.
Ideal for classrooms, gyms, the locker room, counseling center, fitness complex, or school, Poster #530 has bold graphics and catchy design that is impossible to ignore. Its message about goals comes through loud and clear. With confetti in the background and a bright yellow "RESOLUTIONS" across the top to catch your eye, it also shouts out the real lesson, that resolutions are "not just for January 1 anymore."
The mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops created this poster as a effective tool to keep your students on track towards their goals for the new year. Whether they set goals in the January or anytime, the message on Poster #530 is the same- stick with it to find success!
Could your students use a bit of help with reaching their goals? Everyone has experienced the excitement of January 1st and all the New Year's resolutions that comes with it. Unfortunately, most would admit that those goals become harder and harder to keep as the days and months go on. If you're looking for a gentle push to those students who have set-- and hope to keep-- resolutions, check out this daily reminder from the mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops.
Designed with an attention grabbing font and the title, "Self-Improvement," the message makes it clear- "It's not just for January 1 anymore." Pefect for classrooms, mental health offices, schools, fitness centers, or gyms, Poster #531 is a motivational way to inspire your students to stay on the track towards reaching the goals they have set.
It's easy for students to lose focus when trying to attain their goals, but Youth Change Workshops has designed this sweet poster to help you keep them going in the right direction. This powerhouse poster might be just the extra encouragement you need to help your students stick with their goals and make their resolutions reality.
Turn those resolutions and goals into gold. Poster Poster #531 to give students the extra nudge they need to succeed. This is a classroom goals poster that produces results, results, results.
Created by the mental health professionals at Youth Change Workshops, Poster #533 is a great way to improve self-confidence and encourage personal growth. With a motivational message about luck, this attention-grabbing student poster is a must-have for your classroom or clinic.
It's easy to feel like personal setbacks or failures are a result of being unlucky, but Poster #533 teaches the important lesson that "You can't spell luck with U." A clever way to get students to take accountability for their own choices and results, it's also a great reinforcer of resolutions.
Ideal in a locker room, mental health clinic, treatment center, or counselor's office, Poster #533 supports your students in attaining their goals with its motivational message. This poster is a great reminder to students about the differences between luck and work. It's a reminder you need to give.
Check out Poster #533 and all the other great student posters from Youth Change Workshops to create an encouraging and positive classroom and school environment.
Poster #536 is the perfect motivational poster to use in your classroom or counseling office to support students when they may feel the weakest. With bold graphics and a powerful message, this is a must-have addition to your walls. It's just one of the best and most effective self-confidence posters for students ever produced.
The image of a strong, unbroken chain symbolizes the message the poster communicates about strength. When your students see this affirming poster, it might be just the life-changing message they need to believe in themselves. "Never underestimate how strong you can be" is a self-confidence lesson that will stick with your students, especially in their times of trial.
Perfect for counseling groups, therapy sessions, school classrooms, special ed and hallways, Poster #536 is a self-confidence building tool that can help students more readily get through a dark time. Be the person who helps support them in discovering their own strength with this inspirational poster from the mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops.
Soothing school counselor poster will brighten your office and brighten up the world of your depressed, sad, discouraged, unhappy, frustrated and troubled students.
Poster #539 reads "You can see thorns or flowers."
This poster sends a clear, important message to the students who come in for counseling: that they can choose to make the best of what life dishes out, or they can choose to be miserable. This important message may help school counselors, therapists, social workers, psychologists and foster parents convey that insight more quickly than mere words could ever accomplish.
This potent counselor poster is a must-have for guidance counseling offices, group therapy rooms, treatment programs, classrooms, special education sites and foster homes. It also is ideal for homes and other other settings where there are children, teens or adults who could benefit from a constant message of hope and encouragement.
It's tough to cope with depression, crises, set-backs and life's vicissitudes but with Poster #539 on your walls, the chore becomes a bit easier. Use every strategy available to help your troubled, depressed, sad, disturbed and frustrated students. Post Poster #539 today and watch it help you help your students who struggle.
Inspiring student poster is a must-have for counseling offices, history classrooms, literature classes and current event classes. The poster features a famous Martin Luther King Jr. quote: Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.
Not only is Poster #541 going to inspire your students to be successful, hard-working and committed, but it is going to have special impact on students from minority cultures who may really cherish Dr. King's eloquent, powerful message.
Poster #541 doesn't just belong in classrooms that cover history, current events, social studies, black history and literature. This poster deserves to be on the walls everywhere inspiring and reminding students of what a single person can achieve when they cultivate courage and commitment.
If you hope to teach students about personal power, equality, civil rights, non-violence, selflessness, courage or the 1960s, then Poster #541 will be a must-have teaching tool to convey the significance of Dr. King's work.
Don't let your generation of students be unaware of Dr. King's impact on the past, present and future. Post Poster #541 today and let Dr. King's work help shape, challenge and inspire another generation. Our world needs more people who are outspoken, dedicated, courageous and hard-working. With Dr. King's beautiful words on your wall, you can help create that better world.
Martin Luther King Jr.'s words can inspire and lift another generation when you expose your students to his compelling thoughts and ideas. Poster #542 shows Dr. King's famous quote: Darkness can't drive out darkness. Only light can do that.
Poster #542 is a must-have for teachers, counselors, therapists, social workers, juvenile justice staff, foster parents, guidance counselors and student assistance workers. It belongs in classes that teach about history, human rights, literature, character ed, biography, black history, current events, writing or speech. This poster also belongs at sites that have a mission of human rights, mental health, volunteerism or advocacy. It is an essential addition to any site that serves students or adults who are of diverse backgrounds. Even better, Poster #542 sends a clear signal that at your site, diversity is embraced and supported, and that people of diverse backgrounds are throughly welcomed.
Bring Dr. King's eloquent words to your site by posting Poster #542 and letting his impact inspire and guide another generation. You'll want to post this poster in classrooms, hallways, meeting rooms, cafeterias and offices throughout your site.
Classroom and counseling posters should all be as pretty and effective as Poster #545. Be sure to enlarge the image of the poster to see it clearly. Once enlarged, you will be able to see the pretty writing that guides students to be happier.
Each item listed on Poster #545 is a do-able step that children and teens can follow to be less sad and more happy. Poster #545 makes a fantastic addition to counseling offices, group therapy rooms, classrooms, homes, yoga studios, gyms, hospitals, clinics and treatment centers. It is also ideal for anyone who is involved in mindfulness, mental health counseling or self-help.
Don't guess at how to help your sad, depressed, unhappy and struggling students. Instead, offer them specific, do-now help as clearly illustrated in Poster #545.
Poster #545 also makes the perfect gift or thank-you for that special counselor, student, mental health clinician, social worker, patient, therapist, teacher, pastor, friend, mother, father, son or daughter. Give the gift of happiness by purchasing Poster #545 today. It's the gift that keeps giving forever.
Here's a caution sign like nothing you've ever seen before. This bright yellow poster is going to be the perfect reminder to your students that "Common sense is required past this point." It's the ideal sign for schools, classrooms and hallways but it's a critical, must-have school behavior poster for industrial arts and automotive classes where making good behavior choices, ensuring safety and having good judgment are vital.
Designed by a very talented high school automotive class teacher, this poster has a proven track record of helping students more consistently use good behavior in class and throughout school. The bright yellow caution sign design is a sure thing to grab students' attention and provide your reminder message about common sense and behavior.
Don't wish your students would make wise choices and have impulse control. Instead, post this impossible-to-miss school behavior poster and help students to have better self-control and to use their common sense more consistently.
Don't wait for an incident to occur. Anticipate that some students need a bright, constant reminder to use common sense, and have Poster #549 on your wall as their 24/7 guide to better behavior.
Here's a bright, hard-to-miss inspirational classroom poster that is a sure-fire way to motivate and inspire even the most depressed, withdrawn, bored, uninterested, unsuccessful, and failing students. It's Poster #553 and it is going to attract a lot of attention and comment because its bright colors are hard to miss and even harder to ignore. While students appear to be mindlessly staring at the wall, Poster #553 is chipping away at their apathy, discouragement, indifference, hopelessness and withdrawal.
The text on this dynamic, inspirational classroom poster says "Once you choose hope, anything is possible." The quote is attributed to the late "Superman" actor Christopher Reeve who bravely strived to overcome his injuries suffered in a horse riding accident.
Helping students learn to overcome setbacks, adversity and mistakes is a big part of your job helping students succeed in school. Now you have an ally working 24/7 to boost the morale and attitude of even your most discouraged and negative students. Here at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops, we call this a "passive strategy" because without you taking any more action, this poster will work for you every moment of every day uplifting the outlook of the most negative and discouraged students in your classroom.
Bring help and inspiration to the students who need it most. Post Poster #553 on your wall today and it will transform your students tomorrow. Bring hope to the students who have none by helping them see a different side of life.
Here's a vivid poster that is a must-have, school counseling and classroom poster for students who get stuck on set-backs, difficulties, peer conflict and mistakes.
This poster reads: Forget what hurt you. Remember what it taught you.
Useful for counseling groups, individual therapy offices, classrooms, treatment centers, schools and clinics, Poster #554 speeds up the process of change in students who get so stuck and depressed over life's normal vicissitudes as well as life's challenges and heartbreaks.
Poster #554 can make a great discussion starter, and is also a good addition to a home, office, classroom, group room, waiting room or lobby. Its vital message is of value to anyone who has been troubled by adversity and had difficulty moving on. It is of special value for students who face significant family dysfunction.
Poster #554 will look great on your wall while offering comfort and hope to students coping with sadness, depression or other mental health challenges. It's the one school counseling poster that will get the job done now.
This poster is such a perfect addition to any school but particularly middle and high schools. It's an important addition to anywhere that children, teens or students congregate as it can help with feelings of peer pressure to conform.
The poster says: You're an original creation. Don't downgrade to a copy.
If you have students who struggle with their identity, with cliques, or with peer pressure to look a certain way, this poster is going to help. If you have students who feel that they are different from their peers, this poster can be a light at the end of the tunnel.
Don't let sad and alienated students try to cope all alone with peer pressure to conform. Offer them help and guidance by posting Poster #555 in your classroom, guidance counseling office or school hallways. It also belongs in youth centers, gyms, Boys and Girls Clubs and sports programs.
Help your students struggling with issues of identify, conformity, cliques, peer pressure and related problems by posting Poster #555 today.
This pretty poster grabs students' attention and helps build self-esteem.
The poster reads: You are made of stars and light. Do not surround yourself with people who treat you like dust and dirt.
This important message poster belongs on the wall of your elementary, middle or high school, and makes a very critical addition to counseling offices, homes and mental health clinics. It is designed by counselors to help build self-esteem and confidence in children and adolescents.
Low self-esteem is a huge problem for many students, especially girls as they transition from elementary to middle school. Help turn around self-esteem problems by posting Poster #556 on your walls. Think of all the solace, hope and encouragement you will be giving your sad, withdrawn, troubled, depressed and discouraged students.
Don't wonder any more about how to help students with low self-esteem. Take a strong first step by posting Poster #556 where it can bring the most help to the most students.
Featuring a famous and uplifting quote from Pablo Picasso, Poster #557 is a very motivational and inspirational classroom poster for middle and high school students. It's also ideal for anyone who could use a motivational and inspirational reminder.
The poster says: The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away.
This inspirational poster is a powerful way to guide students who are searching for an identity and a place in the world. It also can bring perspective and help build character and maturity in both younger and older adolescents.
This poster can be a perfect fit for churches, synagogues, school service clubs, volunteer programs, counseling offices, mental health programs, treatment centers, 12 Step programs and special education centers. Its eye-catching color and print will grab your students' attention and begin to shape their thoughts, perhaps inspiring them to a better future.
Have you been wishing and wishing that you could find a way to light a fire under some of your students that procrastinate and procrastinate and procrastinate?
Here's your solution. This silly, funny poster will catch students' attention and your "stop putting it off" message will get through while your students are laughing. Far more effective than more straightforward, purely verbal admonitions and reminders, Poster #558 was designed by the mental health and education experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops to work when other stop procrastination methods fail.
The poster features a quote attributed to the Dalai Lama. It says: There are only two days in the year when nothing can be done. One is called yesterday and the other is called tomorrow.
This poster is also a fantastic addition to any site where mindfulness principles are espoused. So, this poster could be the perfect fit for your counseling office, mental health center or medical site walls.
Stop hassling with students who procrastinate. Start actively working to improve their behavior with help from the experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. Don't procrastinate even a minute. Buy this powerful poster today and it can immediately help improve the procrastinating behaviors in your classroom tomorrow.
Featuring a startling quote attributed to the Dalai Lama, Poster #559 offers counselors, teachers, therapists and other adults a new way to help students who are struggling with worry, anxiety, OCD, depression or other mental health disorders.
The poster says: If it can be solved, there is no need to worry. If it can't be solved, then worry is of no use." This surprising observation may help anxious and troubled students reduce the amount of worrying and fretting that they engage in. It will be of particular use with older adolescents who will fully grasp the concepts.
Poster #559 is an absolute must-have addition to the walls of your counseling office, treatment center, mental health clinic or therapy group room. It is also a critical addition to classrooms, schools, churches, foster homes and medical facilities, helping bring strength and insight to all who view it.
Help soothe your troubled students starting now. Post Poster #559 on your walls and let it be your 24/7 helper to the anxious, sad, depressed, disturbed and scared students who come in each day. Imagine how much better your students will feel and perform in school when they have had help to manage their worry and fear. When you post Poster #559, that is the possibility you can produce, and wouldn't that be a fantastic outcome from a simple poster.
This pretty poster reads: The happiness of your life depends on the quality of your thoughts. What an important message to have on the wall of your classroom, school student counseling office or hallways. It can help lift the spirits of some of your sad, depressed, emotionally disturbed and troubled students. It is a vital addition to mental health centers, therapy offices and group treatment rooms.
Maximize your impact on your troubled students facing crises, mental health problems and depression with this eye-catching addition to your wall. Enhance your outreach to the more emotionally challenged students that you serve by posting Poster #560 today. Their well-being is so important and Poster #560 can become an important part of your mental health outreach and student assistance efforts.
Poster #560 is a must-have for classroom teachers, school counselors, therapists, juvenile mental health counselors, foster parents and special educators. If you want to do your best to help your fragile and emotionally troubled K-12 students, buy Poster #560 today and watch it go to work bringing solace, hope and mindfulness to the students who need those the most.
Poster #561 reads: Our life is what our thoughts make it.
This student mindfulness poster is going to help soothe, comfort and assist your students with mental health problems, crises, family issues, severe emotional disturbance or other personal challenges.
This poster is ideal for classrooms, schools, therapy offices, social work clinics, mental health treatment programs, residential treatment, juvenile justice centers, juvenile courts and foster homes.
If you work with children who face challenges with their mental health, family or community, this poster can help them better manage their fears, depression, upsetting thoughts and worries. Because of that, Poster #561 is a must-have for schools, agencies, classrooms and hallways.
Poster #561 is exactly the addition you need for your walls. It will put that wall space to work offering solace, comfort and hope to your students who need help the most.
Poster #562 features a well-known, much loved quote from Marcus Aurelius. The quote reads: Loss is nothing more than change.
This quote on the wall of your counseling room, group room, classroom, office or hallway can help your students who are coping with loss and grief. It can serve in a preventative, pro-active role or offer solace and comfort in a more reactive manner.
Surround your students with inspiration and comfort. Poster #562 will bring that to your students who most need to be inspired and comforted. It is a must-have addition to student guidance center offices, treatment programs, group counseling, therapy rooms and classrooms.
Bring comfort and inspiring words of wisdom to students facing loss and grief, and those who may face those concerns by posting Poster #562 today.
Poster #563 features a quote from Marcus Aurelius that reads: You have power over your mind, not outside events. Realize this and you will find strength.
Poster #563 was created by mental health and education experts to be an effective outreach strategy for students with emotional and thought/thinking problems and those in crisis or turmoil. This mental health poster has been carefully designed to be a useful strategy to engage students who are struggling with upsetting thoughts, problematic life events and mental health issues. It is also appropriate for use with children and adolescents with significant family problems and depression.
This poster belongs in your school guidance center, your therapy office, counseling group room and your classroom too. It is ideal for teachers, counselors, social workers, psychologists, foster parents, juvenile justice staff and case workers. Poster #563 belongs wherever children and teens struggle with their emotions and thoughts as they face life's more difficult events.
This colorful and unusual poster was carefully crafted by the mental health and graphic design experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops to be a very effective guidance counseling poster for K-12 students.
The poster says: Sometimes there is sunshine. Sometimes it rains. It's still the same sky. What changes is us.
Perfect for counseling and guidance offices, this mental health poster is also ideal for classrooms, schools, student assistance, clinics, health facilities and places of worship. Poster #567 also is a great self-help poster for homes. It is a great fit for children, teens and adults too.
Take it from the experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops, this poster will bring relief to some of your students who are struggling to cope and function. It is a useful mental health tool that will help any guidance counselor, therapist, family counselor, teacher, social worker, psychologist or clinician to best assist children and teens who struggle emotionally.
Check out this great esteem-building poster, Poster #568. It says: Your value doesn't decrease because someone doesn't like you.
This colorful and unusual poster was carefully crafted by the mental health and graphic design experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops to be a very effective esteem and counseling poster for K-12 students. It's just perfect for counseling, therapy, drug treatment and guidance offices. This attention-getting mental health poster is also ideal for classrooms, schools, student assistance, clinics, health facilities and places of worship. Poster #568 also is a great self-esteem poster for homes. As an added benefit, it can also help alleviate students' stress over hurtful behavior by peers..
Poster #568 offers more an effective, more powerful way to improve student self-esteem and can dramatically improve your students' sense of well-being and stability.
This rainbow colored guidance counseling poster is going to grab your students' attention and deliver a powerful, lasting message. The poster reads: Happiness is being grateful for what you have when you have it.
This colorful guidance poster uses rainbow colors to amplify this inspiring and vital self-help message. This self-help poster is also idea for classrooms, schools, student assistance, clinics, health facilities, drug treatment and places of worship. Poster #569 also is a great uplifting, self-help poster for homes. This guidance poster is also perfect for anyone who follows mindfulness practices, or has battled depression, sadness or despair.
Students who are crippled by depression, crises, family problems or other mental health challenges can't learn. You can do your part to turn that around by offering the solace and hope provided by Poster #569. If you want to best reach your sad, hurting, troubled and despairing students, give Poster #569 a place on your wall today. It's the one guidance counseling poster that can really make a difference right away.
This is just such a beautiful, evocative poster that is guaranteed to be noticed by your students. This pretty poster says: Forgive often. You may not have the chance again.
This colorful and unusual poster is perfect for counseling, classrooms, mental health centers, therapy and drug treatment programs. It is also perfect for teachers, counselors, social workers, psychologists, family therapists and family counselors too.
Whether you offer counseling, provide therapy or you're a teacher, this poster will be a great addition to your walls. It will be a comfort and reminder to students who have relationship issues and concerns. For many, this poster will be inspirational and motivational too, which is a great benefit.
Poster #573 offers such wise advice on relationships and forgiveness-- with a beautiful heart and sun illustration behind it. That makes this poster work really well for counseling, therapy, character education, values clarification, classrooms, special ed, foster homes and mental health programs. It can bring wisdom and solace to children, teens and adults who are struggling with relationship issues that may relate to forgiveness.
Poster #573 is easy on the eyes, and can make life be a bit easier for the brain too so post it on your walls right away. Help your students best understand their relationship challenges by posting Poster #573 on your walls.
This gorgeous poster says: The longest journey starts with a single step.
The poster is designed to resonate with students and once noticed, to offer encouragement, hope and guidance to students and others who are discouraged. It's the perfect poster for students and others who procrastinate or put off completing tasks, or worry about the future. That makes it ideal for classrooms that include discouraged learners.
Created for classrooms, special ed, counseling, therapy, homes, mental health programs and foster care, this poster should encourage discouraged learners and reach out to apathetic, unhappy, sad and troubled children and teens.
The poster's pretty design is hard to miss, and was specifically created by the mental health, education and graphics experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops to be an effective strategy to encourage discouraged learners and others.
Bring solace and encouragement to your walls. Post Poster #574 today.
This pretty poster says: You can't make a new past. You can make a new future.
Poster #577 offers hope and inspiration to students who are discouraged, depressed or troubled, It was created by mental health counselors to effectively reach discouraged students and others who need a boost.
Poster #577 is so perfect for counseling, therapy, group homes, guidance, mental health programs, drug treatment, family counseling and clinics. This inspiring, motivating poster with a compelling quote, helps young people let go of the past and reach out to the future.
Don't let your students struggle alone. Show them you care by posting Poster #577. Make it part of your on-going outreach to students who live in crisis or have challenges and barriers, family problems or mental health issues. Brighten your walls and brighten your students' world by putting up Poster #577 in your classroom or office today.
This beautiful poster says: Give More, Expect Less.
Created by the counseling and education experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops, this poster delivers an inspirational, motivational message that can't be ignored. Poster #578 was created to help you build altruism, and reduce students' sense of entitlement. It is perfect to alter problem attitudes that some students show on a regular basis.
Poster #578 is also a great fit for volunteer programs, counseling, therapy, classrooms, treatment programs, drug rehab and family counseling. This poster helps you build character and shape values. That's why this poster is ideal for character ed programs and classrooms everywhere. It is also your best bet to adjust problematic student attitudes and negative outlooks.
If you have middle school and high school students who think that the world owes them a living, and that little should be expected of them, this poster is a must-have. There's nothing else out there like it because Poster #578 was crafted to tackle that demanding, "gimme" attitude that some children and teens can display. Get Poster #578 on your walls and start watching your students change their attitudes for the better.
Not many posters can save a life, but this one has the potential to reach troubled students and to encourage them to seek needed help. The mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops have years of experience working with mental health therapists, counselors, special ed teachers, mainstream classroom teachers, and social workers, and have developed this line of posters to help support the work you do as a youth professional. With teen self-harm on the rise, this poster might be the difference between a youngster hurting themselves or asking you for help instead.
For youth in crisis, a simple mental health outreach poster like Poster #586 can be a lifeline. On the walls of a classroom, counselor’s office, residential treatment facility, or other student assistance location, it will grab students’ attention with its simple design and honest message. “There is a way out-- tell an adult” is a powerful way to let troubled youth know they are not alone, and that you are an adult who cares about their well-being and mental health. Signs that a student is in crisis are not always obvious to adults, but the invitation on this Youth Change Workshops poster shows youth that you are a safe adult to turn to.
The perfect outreach opportunity, this mental health poster will support students to come to you when they need help. Be a safe spot for the youth you work with by using this attention-grabbing poster. You might just be the difference that helps protect a student in their time of need. A must-have for anyone working with youth, Poster #586 may help save the life of a young person when they need help the most.
There is an epidemic of teen self-harm, and if you work in a school or counseling facility, you need Poster #587 from Youth Change Workshops as part of your office decor. This inspirational student assistance poster may make a difference in the life of one of your students. Show your support for struggling students by encouraging them to talk to you or a student assistance counselor when feeling hopeless or needing help. Poster #587 is perfect way to reach students with social, emotional, academic, mental health or family problems.
For youth in crisis, a simple poster like Poster #587 can be a lifeline. Posters on the walls of a classroom, counselor’s office, residential treatment facility, or other student assistance location can reach students when they need the most help. “There is a way out- tell a counselor” is a powerful message that lets troubled youth know they are not alone, and that you are an adult who cares about their well-being and mental health. Teens can be reluctant to offer up information when they are in crisis. The mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops have found the power of an inspirational poster to be one of the most effective ways to open the door to conversations with troubled teens.
A must-have for anyone working with youth, Poster #587 offers an opportunity to decorate your counseling office or school hallways with a message that can truly save a life. Beautifully designed, this poster makes an impact on struggling children or teens when they need you the most. Whether students are dealing with low self-esteem, depression, anxiety, stress, bullying, or self-harm, using Poster #587 in your classroom or office shows youth that you are a safe adult to turn to in their time of need. Don't worry that your students don't know to ask for help. Poster #587 will deliver that message for you 24/7.
Poster #587 is a must-get for counselors, mental health therapists, social workers, student assistance staff and guidance counselors. It also makes an important gift and potential thank-you to that special mental health staff member.
The mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops have developed another perfect poster to help motivate and inspire the youth you work with. Poster #588 is a sweet way to encourage students to believe in themselves and to see their value-- even if they feel they are too young or too little to accomplish much. Students who are work-refusers or discouraged learners often shut down and underachieve. Sometimes the root of their behavior is a lack of self-esteem. With Poster #588 on your walls, you can remind students that just like a little spider, they too can accomplish great things.
With years of experience supporting teachers, counselors, mental health workers, social workers, residential treatment facilities, and juvenile justice programs, Youth Change Workshops knows what works to motivate discouraged youngsters. This must-have poster is a constant reminder to the youth in your classroom, school or program that you believe in their ability to do great things-- even when they doubt themselves.
With calming imagery and an inspirational message, Poster #588 is a powerful intervention you can use to help students with low self-esteem, learning struggles, troubled personal lives, or a history of failure. Youth Change Workshops' powerful, inspirational posters can make a huge impact on your underachieving or struggling students. Using this motivational tool, you show them that they can accomplish great things, no matter what their size or age. Add Poster #588 to the walls of your school, classroom or office to support your students as they grow and become more confident in their own skills.
Many students struggle with the social pressures of school. Whether you work in an elementary, middle, or high school, this inspirational message poster from Youth Change Workshops will encourage students to focus on positive relationships instead of negative ones.
Poster #589 reminds students “Don’t let someone who doesn’t like you keep you from someone who will.” This poster helps build students' social skills.
The perfect social skills support for students with low self-esteem or those who struggle with peer pressures and conflicts, Poster #589 helps students reduce the drama associated with bullying and cliques. The bold graphic design on this poster is eye-catching and attention-grabbing, so all students will be drawn to the message. For younger students, this motivational message will help them pick friends who build them up instead of those who tear them down. For older students, it serves as an important reminder to choose relationships, including dating relationships, wisely. With Poster #589 from Youth Change Workshops, you open up important discussions about healthy relationships that will impact students for years to come.
It’s not easy being a child or youth trying to fit in with the crowd, but with Poster #589 on the walls of your classroom or counseling office, students will see this powerful message and be encouraged. Build social skills, enhance self-esteem and empower youth struggling with social conflict, clique and peer issues by posting this poster. This dynamic wall sign will teach the students in your classroom and school how to prevent or better manage peer issues including friendship, bullying, cliques, and conflicts. Youth Change Workshops’ motivational and inspirational posters support youth in developing healthy relationship behaviors at any age and in any environment. Don't just watch students struggle with social skills. Help them gain improved social skills and concepts by posting Poster #589.
Ask any teacher, counselor, student assistance worker or special educator and they'll tell you that discouraged students can be hard to reach. If you feel like you have tried everything to address the needs of troubled, negative, or struggling students, you need to check out Poster #590 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops. Designed with soothing graphics and a clear inspirational message, this classroom and counseling poster is a perfect addition to the walls of you classroom or office. This guidance poster supports what you are doing to help motivate the discouraged, depressed, troubled and sad youth you work with.
The mental health message is clear-- "If you assume that things are going to get worse, it makes more sense to assume that things are going to get better." Discouraged students who are stuck in a negative mindset need an inspirational message like Poster #590 to encourage them to change unhealthy thought patterns. Failing students often get discouraged and feel like they can not move on from bad choices made in the past. Motivate them to see that it is possible for things to get better, and give them them mental health tools to turn around those past bad habits. For discouraged students who give up easily, this motivational poster will encourage them and remind them to keep trying.
The perfect classroom or counseling center poster, Youth Change Workshops created Poster #590 to teach hope to discouraged students. With this classroom and counseling poster on your walls, you show troubled youth that there is a path forward, and you inspire them to do better now. This is a powerhouse counseling and mental health intervention for negative, failing, or struggling students when conventional methods haven't made the difference.
"Life doesn't come with a remove control. Change yourself." This straight talk message is a great inspirational message for discouraged or struggling students. The bold design will grab the attention of your troubled students and gets through to them even when other interventions have failed. The education experts at Youth Change Workshops have years of experience training teachers, counselors, social workers, and juvenile justice professionals, and Poster #591 is the product of their mental health expertise. A better way to reach resistant youth, this counseling poster is a must have for your classroom and guidance office walls.
Effective with middle and high school students, Poster #591 can help change student behavior problems. Whether you work with negative or discouraged students, or youth who struggle with feeling powerless, the message on this classroom counseling poster is clear-- you are in control of your own behavior. That's a very empowering mental health message for some youth, a call to accountability for other students. For all students, Poster #591 reminds them to take control of the choices they make in school, at your facility, and in life.
Youth in crisis can often become hopeless when they feel like their past choices have defined who they are. Inspire your students with Poster #592 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops. A better way to encourage frustrated students, the supportive message on this classroom poster will motivate them to make better choices in the future and to regain control of their lives. A must-have addition for the walls of your classroom, treatment facility, or counseling office, Poster #592 is a big help in controlling students' negative attitudes.
"No matter how long you've gone in the wrong direction, you can still turn around." The message on this beautifully designed classroom poster rings true for teachers and counselors, too. No matter how many failed interventions you've tried to reach discouraged, aggressive, frustrated students, you can still find a more effective method. Poster #592 is a proven way to address the biggest behavior management challenges you face.
Student behavior management problems in the classroom can severely impact school performance and social relationships. This classroom poster can help reduce tantrums, drama, and blow ups when agitated youth feel frustrated. By putting the responsibility of behavior management back in the hands of students, you teach them to control those outbursts when they are frustrated. When other interventions have failed, use the expertise of Youth Change Workshops to help stop the worst problem behaviors your frustrated students display. With years of experience training education and counseling professionals in schools, residential facilities, community organizations, and juvenile justice centers, Youth Change Workshops knows how to reach your most challenging and frustrated students.
Everyone's got them: discouraged and frustrated students who easily give up. Poster #596 was designed just for those students. It says: "You can do so much more than you think." This powerhouse message is the focus of Poster #596 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. This poster is beautifully designed with a soothing landscape photo and a young person looking out across the view, representing the endless possibilities that lie ahead. Perfect for creating a serene, inspiring environment in your classroom or office, Poster #596 offers a powerful and motivational message. It's the ideal poster for any classroom with discouraged, anxious or frustrated students.
Often troubled and discouraged students lack the hope that things will get better, or feel powerless to change past behaviors or to move on from traumas. Youth Change Workshops has years of experience working with youth and professionals to encourage and support the development of self-esteem and healthy life choices. If you work as a classroom teacher or as a counselor, this important message of hope belongs on your walls. For struggling, defiant, discouraged students, seeing this inspirational, encouraging classroom poster could turn around even their most challenging behaviors.
Not just for children and youth, Poster #596 might be just the motivation needed to encourage and inspire discouraged clients in your therapy office to reach for a better future. This beautiful poster grabs the attention of clients, and it looks great with any office decor. Also perfect for use in a personal, daily, self-help practice, this encouraging, inspirational poster will be just the reminder needed that we can achieve more than we ever thought possible. With hope, comes healing, and Poster #596 is a beautiful way to encourage that healing to begin. If you care about your discouraged students or clients-- or yourself-- post this sign of encouragement to be a potent guide.
Everyone needs some encouragement, but Poster #600 from the mental health and counseling experts at Youth Change Workshops is a must-have for any classroom, counseling center, or treatment facility. This motivational poster might be just the message needed to lift up the youth you work with when they are struggling with depression or low self-worth. Poster #600 can help build self-esteem and confidence, especially with elementary, middle, and high school students. Show them that you believe in their worth, too, by using this powerhouse poster in your classroom.
"There will always be people who don't believe in you. Don't be one of them." It is easy to be your own worst critic, but Poster #600 reminds us to have faith in ourselves first. Not just for those who work with young people, this message is equally inspirational to adults in recovery treatment, therapy centers, group counseling, or even in weight-loss or exercise facilities. The soothing and gentle design of the poster will capture attention, and the message will really sink in with those who are depressed or disturbed as it helps boost confidence and encourage healthy though patterns.
A must-have for any professional working in education, mental health, or wellness programs, Poster #600 from Youth Change Workshops will motivate those you work with to believe in themselves even when it seems no one else does. Support healthy behaviors and confidence building activities with a poster that gets through when other interventions have failed. This is the perfect inspirational poster for self-help, or to address the emotional needs of depressed or disturbed children and teens. Poster #600 just may be one of the best self-esteem and confidence building tools around, so buy it today and watch it work hard for you tomorrow.
Sometimes all it takes is a little encouragement to keep someone on the right path. Poster #601 from the motivation experts at Youth Change Workshops highlights how important it is to keep going when things get tough, and that most failures can be turned into successes with a little more work. A fantastic addition to any classroom, counseling center, recovery facility, or therapy room, the inspirational message teaches success, and is a powerhouse intervention for even the most discouraged or depressed students.
In an elementary, middle, or high school classroom, Poster #601 serves as a reminder to discouraged students to keep trying to understand the tough work, and not to give up too early. The eye-catching design of the poster will look great on your classroom walls, but it also will grab your students' attention so they can think about the meaning behind it. The poster says: "Many of life's FAILURES are people who didn't realize how close they were to SUCCESS when they gave up." An encouraging reminder during standardized testing, in advanced placement classes, in special education classrooms, or just as a motivational message in your school's hallways, Poster #601 is a must-have intervention. It will remind discouraged students that failure only comes from giving up too soon.
This powerhouse classroom success poster teaches youth and adults to overcome failure with persistence. For anyone struggling with self-esteem or going through a challenging time, Youth Change Workshops' inspirational classroom poster might be just what is needed to turn around defeated or discouraged feelings. In a hospital or medical clinic center, patients and staff will be inspired to hang in there during rough moments or feelings of failure. Poster #601 is a ray of light for anyone needing a hopeful message to remind them to be persistent to achieve success.
This clever, skill-building poster from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops is the perfect way to teach students to seek out healthy peer relationships and to avoid negative people. If you work in a elementary, middle, or high school classroom or in a special education setting, this attention-grabbing social skills poster can reach your students when other interventions have failed. It can impact students who are struggling with peers, social skills, cliques, popularity, and relationships, and helps teach them that they should expect more from their friends. In counseling or treatment centers, Poster #602 helps clients understand that if they have toxic people in their lives, they need to cut ties and move on to find a more peaceful future.
"Life is too short to spend it with people who drain the life out of you." The bold graphic design of Poster #602 will look great on the walls of your classroom or office. More importantly, the comforting message will teach those you work with to see their own self-worth and to avoid negative people. It really focuses attention onto key social and peer skills issues. Group counseling sessions can use this poster as a way to share experiences and to share a message of hope for the future. Therapists can walk clients through exercises that reflect on past social relationships and then teach skills and strategies for making different choices. Poster #602 is the one social and peer skill-building poster that is both attention-grabbing and effective.
An empowering message for children or adults who struggle with or suffer from holding onto toxic people, Poster #602 is a must-have social skills intervention poster. This is the one social skills poster that can help build self-esteem as students or patients take this powerfully inspirational lesson and put it into practice in their own lives.
Help students cope with loss and complicated relationships with Poster #603 from Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. With years of experience working with educators, counselors and mental health experts, they have created hundreds of powerhouse posters that help children, teens and others cope with loss and toxic people in their lives. Ideal for a classroom, counseling center, or therapy office, Poster #603 is a beautiful way to help students struggling with loss or trauma. Students suffering from the loss of relationships, can especially benefit from this comforting message.
A must-have for teachers and counselors, the message is clear- "Not everyone you LOSE is a LOSS." For traumatized youth, they may blame themselves for the loss or toxic relationships in their pasts, this counseling poster is perfect. Some students are at risk that they may repeat patterns of unhealthy relationship choices amd loss. Poster #603 opens up important conversations with those youth, and can help you counsel them to make better choices for the future.
The message about loss shown on this school counseling poster will encourage students to reflect on the events in their lives in a new way. By providing this healing message in your classroom or counseling office, you help them cope with loss in a gentle and supportive way. Nurses and doctors, social workers and therapists, teachers and counselors all can reach more children and teens coping with loss by posting Poster #603.
It is hard to build self-confidence, but this incredibly cute poster from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops is an adorable way to sneak an encouraging message into the brains of the youth you work with. The cartoon poster looks great in any classroom, special education office, counseling center, or school hallway. With the inspirational lesson, "If you're looking for someone to change your life, look in the mirror," Poster #604 would be a clever way to decorate a bathroom or locker room, too.
If you have tried other interventions to build self-esteem, self-worth, and confidence in the students or youth you work with, try this best-ever way to share that message of encouragement. The sweet drawing of the smiling girl works really well to influence change. This poster is a gentle reminder to believe in yourself and to trust that you have the power to change your own circumstances. For anyone stuck in a cycle of trauma, or for someone who is trying to move forward from past problems, Poster #604 is sweet, charming, and encouraging. It is an ideal way to help build students' self-esteem.
A must have self-esteem booster, this poster is a way to show students that you know they are great, and that they should believe it, too. All it can take to turn around a rough day, a rough week, or a rough life is encouragement. Poster #604 can be just that motivation-maker that will really impact the lives and esteem of the students in your class or counseling office. Youth Change Workshops' cute cartoon poster is a sneaky way to help build confidence in youth who really need an extra boost in their self-worth, and it is a great decoration for your classroom, office, or therapy center. Whether you are a teacher, guidance counselor, probation officer, or social worker, Poster #604 is the best-ever poster to improve self-esteem.
"Faith is taking the first step when you don't see the whole staircase." This powerful message is a quote from Martin Luther King Jr. and Poster #606 is a beautiful way to add inspiration to your walls. Designed by the education experts at Youth Change Workshops, the photo of hands reaching up towards the sky will capture your students' attention, and the message of hope and belief is a great way to inspire hope and to build confidence in taking that first step. As inspirational as it is beautiful, Poster #606 can have a major impact on those who need encouragement.
This conversation-starting poster will look great in your classroom, counseling office, therapy center, or in any faith-based organization. The message is simple but powerful, and can empower those who need a message of hope and courage. It is not easy to take that first step into a new endeavor, but Poster #606 could be the most thoughtful gift you could give someone as they start a new business, prepare for a big move, switch jobs, graduate, or simply when they need encouragement. Building confidence and determination, the lovely design of this inspirational poster is appropriate in a classroom, but would also make a stunning framed piece in any home decor.
Ideal for teachers, faith leaders, counselors, or anyone who works with youth or adults who need support, Poster #606 highlights the beautiful, inspirational words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in a way that can motivate and encourage even when other interventions have failed. Add this message of faith to your walls and see the change it can inspire in those you work with.
Cesar Chavez was a powerful figure in the labor and civil rights movements for decades, but many students don't know about this influential and inspirational man. Chavez is a very critical Latino standout that should be more prominently represented in American history-- and in your classroom and school-- especially in communities that serve many Latino students.
Poster #607 from Youth Change Workshops is a perfect way to bring in lessons about diversity and to celebrate this famous Latino hero. Use this poster for discussions on social justice and equality in your history, social studies, current world issues, or language arts classes and get students motivated to talk about how they, too, can impact the world.
The poster features a bold, graphic design with a famous quote from Cesar Chavez-- "It is my deepest belief that only by giving our lives do we find life." Students can explore what that quote means to them as they learn about the history of the labor movement. Also, this poster is a perfect addition to any service programs and will serve to motivate youth as they volunteer. A great way to inspire all your students to think about giving and serving others, Poster #607 is a beautiful addition to your classroom walls. More importantly, it also serves as a powerful way to teach all youth about an American, Latino hero that may not be highlighted in their history textbooks.
A perfect motivational and inspirational message, this quote can reach your most disinterested or checked-out students by challenging them to think about their role in the world. If other interventions haven't worked to build awareness of diversity or to encourage your students to be more thoughtful of others, Poster #607 is the perfect way to show them they have something to give. Help your students to find what they are passionate about with this powerful message from Cesar Chavez and this striking poster from Youth Change Workshops. For classrooms that include many Latino students, Poster #607 will be a particularly important, must-have addition to your walls.
Poster #615 may be the best poster that exists for helping teens and children learn to not runaway from their problems. Brightly colored and hard to miss, this attention-grabbing poster makes a great preventative tool for schools, classrooms, foster homes, treatment programs, juvenile justice sites and special education centers. It sends a clear, potent message that can chip away at running away behaviors.
Running away from problems or from home can become a bad, hard-to-break habit for both children and teens. This poster tackles that concern by providing a reminder and message that show that running away is not a way to solve anything. Therapists, guidance counselors, psychologists, student assistance workers, foster parents, residential care staff and social workers will find that Poster #615 reinforces their message of "stay and solve your problems rather than run from them."
Chronic runaways need all the help they can get to stay put and not run and hide from the crises, difficulties or challenges that everyday life is doling out. Give them that help then reinforce your message by posting Poster #615 today, and watch it go to work reminding and helping potential runaways tomorrow. It is your best bet to help any child or teen who runs from problems rather than face them.
This colorful poster says: Stop holding on to people who let you go. This poster is just what you need if your students are frequently distracted by social conflict, drama, cliques and peer relationship problems. School was never meant to be a soap opera but by middle school, that is often the reality of your site. If you are tired of all the problems with cliques, peers, social interaction and relationships, then Poster #617 is the answer you need.
Part of being a great teacher is managing the non-academic issues that can often dominate the classroom if left unchecked. Cliques, relationships, friendships and peer interactions can quickly absorb way too much time, and cut into instruction time meant for academics. This is particularly true in middle and high school. Now, you have help to rein in those types of social distractions. Poster #617 makes the perfect reminder so you don't have to provide frequent admonitions.
Cliques and other social issues should be secondary, not the main focus of the day. Help engineer that reduction in stolen focus and wasted attention by letting Poster #617 become something that students are guided and influenced by. Post Poster #617 in your hallways, foyer, classrooms, offices and everywhere students socialize and congregate as a constant reminder and wake-up call. All you have to lose is the drama and chaos. All you have to gain is uninterrupted instruction time and improved focus and interest in the classroom.
Send a message of encouragement with Poster #619 from the mental health experts at Youth Change Workshops. The bold, graphic design really stands out and will grab the attention of those you work with. Ideal for classrooms, schools, hospitals, treatment programs, mental health clinics, or drug treatment centers, it is a must-have powerhouse motivational tool. The quote shown on this lively classroom poster is from F. Scott Fitzgerald. The quote is very inspirational and encouraging: "Never confuse a single defeat with a final defeat."
For youth or children in crisis, this message might be just what they need to pick themselves up and try again. A great school poster to use in your regular or special education classroom, it can help motivate even your most discouraged students. This poster on your classroom or counseling office walls will show them that you believe your students can do better in the future. An encouraging, comforting message will boost student self-confidence and reduce work refusal.
If you're in mental health, as a counselor, social worker, psychologist or therapist, you know know that setbacks and failures can really derail the positive progress that your patients may be making. Poster #619 is a reminder to your clients that they have the power to get back up after a defeat. As part of your program, this encouraging message can encourage resiliency and help youth and adults rebound from disappointment. Incorporate this powerhouse poster in your office, classroom, or facility, and see motivation and perseverance improve.
One of the most important lessons we can teach our students is to be kind to one another. It's not just a lesson for the classroom bully. The importance of this guidance goes beyond that narrow group of students.
This sweet, colorful poster from Youth Change Professional Development Workshops is the perfect tool for bullying prevention but has much wider applications too. In your classroom, school hallways, counseling office, or teacher lounge, Poster #624 is an inspirational way to encourage kindness from everyone, young and old. The featured message of "Leave people better than you found them" will become a daily reminder for anyone who sees this fun poster. That means this poster is not just an anti-bullying poster.
Poster #624 is essential if you have an active anti-bullying prevention program at your school or in your classroom. For maximum effectiveness, bullying prevention efforts must be school-wide so consider putting Poster #624 on walls throughout your site to provide constant reminders.
A vital message for anyone, Youth Change Professional Development Workshops has used their years of prevention and intervention experience in education and mental health settings to create a classroom poster that delivers a powerful lesson. The issue of school bullying is on the rise, and teachers and counselors are the first line of defense. This sweet poster on your walls will remind everyone that they have a role to play in making your school or workplace a kinder, more accepting place to be-- especially for students. Character education programs can use Poster #624 to reinforce teachings about kindness and empathy, too, and with that constant reinforcement, you will see your student outcomes improve.
The subtle design of this poster will look great in a classroom, but it is equally appropriate in social service buildings, places of worship, volunteer sites, care facilities, group counseling rooms, special education programs, residential care sites, or any workplace. The inspirational message is appropriate in any setting where you want to encourage people to express more empathy, and to offer more understanding towards one another. With Poster #624 on your walls, you will be doing an important part in making your environment a safe, comfortable, and welcoming place.
Inspire and motivate your girls and young women to dream. Send them onward to greatness with this motivational and inspirational poster that features Hillary Clinton's July 28 now famous quote, "When there are no ceilings, the sky's the limit."
Perfect for history classes, current event classes, girls' groups, women's studies and anywhere that girls and young women congregate. Hillary's powerful message, offered as part of her acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention, can also be relevant to boys and young men, minority group members and anyone who dreams of greatness. When she broke the metaphorical glass ceiling by becoming the first female major party presidential candidate, she created a major moment in history. Keep that moment alive by posting Poster #628 on your school or classroom walls. It also is perfect for your hallways, foyer and offices as well.
Send a powerful message to the girls and young women at your school, agency or program. Remind them that girls can achieve absolutely anything they set their minds to, and Poster #628 is your 24/7 reminder, delivering a whopping dose of inspiration, hope and determination. That's a message every young woman or girl can benefit from.
Inspiration is an important component of helping young people strive to great futures. Now you have an exciting, new way to deliver your message of motivationa and inspiration by posting Poster #628 today. Post this poster today, and perhaps be awed by the success it creates for your students tomorrow.
The poster reads: "When there are no ceilings, the sky's the limit." Those are the words of the first female to be nominated by a major American political party to run for President of the United States. Hillary Clinton used the words in her historic acceptance speech on July 28, 2016.
Hillary's words inspired women and girls everywhere. Preserve that historic moment by posting Poster #629 for everyone to see. It will help you inspire, motivate and build determination and persistence in your girls and young women. A must-have for women's and girls' counseling groups, for women's studies, history courses, current event classes and anywhere that a dose of motivation and inspiration is welcome.
If you have girls and young women who could benefit by a daily reminder that they can accomplish any goal they desire, then this poster is a must-have. It's motivational, inspirational message will help build enthusiasm, interest and hope, all things that can be essential to success in school, life, relationships, careers, jobs and family.
Poster #629 belongs on the walls of your classroom, your hallways, your foyer, your offices and anywhere that inspiration could be beneficial. If you want to plant a seed of greatness in your students, then order Poster #629 right away. You may even help create the next Hillary.
You have some students in your classroom who often don't give their best effort. For some students, they underperform because they lack self-confidence and optimism. Many fear failure so badly that they do very little or they do less than what they are capable of doing. That's why the mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops created Poster #631. Our experts worked hard to give you a brightly colored, attention-grabbing classroom poster that helps you build confidence and optimism in even your most discouraged learners.
You've probably noticed that words often don't effectively engender change in your students. That's where Poster #631 fits in. It is an alternative to mere words. That makes it more difficult to ignore. That's why a mental health poster like Poster #631 can sometimes help create change when words have failed. Poster #631 is always delivering your message and is always impacting your students, something that a single teacher, counselor, foster parent, juvenile justice worker or psychologist can't do 24/7.
Poster #631 says: The most rewarding things you do in life are often the things that look like they cannot be done. That tantalizing, intriguing message will gnaw at your students, gradually planting the seeds of change, helping more of your youngsters become more self-confident, more hopeful, and more prepared and ready to tackle the challenges that school and life present them.
Here is what Poster #632 says: Failure is just life steering you back on course.
This brightly colored, impossible-to-miss, powerhouse poster was created by the education and counseling experts here at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops. We are the folks who know how to motivate even the most discouraged learners and even the biggest under-achievers and underperformers in your classroom. Poster #632 is a new tool we've created to give you a head start at building motivation in your most resistant and recalcitrant K-12 students.
Few universities teach teachers exactly how to motivate unmotivated students step-to-step, but that's a big part of what we teach in our Youth Change workshops so we know exactly what steps to take to improve poor motivation. Posters like Poster #632 can be an important tool in actually changing students to come to believe that they can take risks, they can set goals, they can tackle difficult tasks, they can overcome failure, and yes, school and education are important-- very important.
Add Poster #632 to the walls of your classroom, school, foster home, mental health center, guidance counseling office, or group therapy room, and let it go to work helping build motivation for school that can help students succeed no matter how scared they are of failure.
Adolescents and young adults have a significant risk of engaging in self-harm. This poster was created to assist you to better prevent suicide or self-harm behavior with these at-risk populations.
Part of a group of similarly designed companion posters from the mental health experts at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops, be sure to check out our other suicide prevention poster options. Here are our companion suicide prevention posters; just click on the link to see each poster: Poster #633, Poster #634, Poster #635 and Poster #636. Our counseling experts here at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops believe that the group of posters together will deliver far more impact and insight than just one poster posted separately.
Poster #633 is a critical addition to the walls of treatment programs, mental health centers, suicide hotlines, guidance counseling offices, crisis centers, drug and alcohol programs, foster homes, halfway houses, hospitals and group counseling rooms. This poster is also an important, preventative addition to the walls of schools, classrooms, Job Corps buildings, dorms, universities and health centers.
The poster says: Looking for a sign not to hurt yourself? This is it. Ask someone for help.
This inexpensive wall sign could actually save the life of one of your students. That's really a thought to ponder. Shouldn't any setting that is frequented by teens and young adults have this poster on its walls? Certainly, Poster #633 is especially important to display anywhere distressed, drug-involved or emotionally disturbed students are found. A small, minimal effort to buy and post this poster could actually save the life of someone's son or daughter. That's a lot to ask of a wall sign, but Poster #633 is a powerful, but easy way to help you ramp up your efforts to curtail potential self-harm or suicides at your site. Obviously, proper suicide prevention entails much more than posting posters, but Poster #633 certainly can become a significant help in that effort. No matter your mission, your number one task is to provide safety. This poster is ready to be an important part of that effort.
Brightly colored, Poster #633 is not easily overlooked or forgotten. That's what makes Poster #633 a potential hero, helping a young man or young woman to rethink self-harm, self-endangering or a suicide attempt. We owe that to our students to educate them and help them manage sadness and despair that can spiral down into a suicide attempt. Poster #633 is an easy but important tool to help work towards that vital safety goal.
Part of a group of companion posters, all focused on preventing suicide, Poster #634 provides a powerful message that could one day help a young man or young woman, or a girl or boy to reconsider a suicide attempt.
Here are Youth Change Workshops' companion suicide prevention posters; just click on the link to see each poster: Poster #633, Poster #634, Poster #635 and Poster #636. Our counseling and trauma experts believe that the group of posters will yield much more results than a single poster grouped separately. Since each poster tackles suicide prevention from a completely different point, the variety maximizes your chances of reaching more students considering or planning suicide or self-harm.
Brightly colored by design, Poster #634 is intended to be hard to miss or overlook. It is intended to grab the attention of your most depressed, sad, desperate, disturbed or impaired adolescent or young adult.
The poster says: Suicide doesn't end the pain. It passes it on to someone else. Ask someone for help.
If you can only put up a few message posters at your site, Poster #634 should be a top contender because it has the potential to actually save a human life. There are few message posters with a more important mission than that. For a tiny price, and a tiny amount of your time, you can actually help a young man or women choose life over death. As you are likely aware, adolescents and young adults have a risk of suicidal acting out, gesturing and serious suicide attempts.
If you work with young people, it is important that you help create a safe environment for them, with resources to assist them in times of extreme turmoil and crisis. Poster #634 will be an important part of that effort. If you work in a specialized setting that focuses on severely emotionally disturbed, traumatized, injured, impaired or substance-affected teens or adults, Poster #634 is an obvious must-have. It is also an obvious must-have for the offices of counselors, therapists, psychologists, doctors, nurses and others who regularly encounter young men and women at the times they may be struggling emotionally.
Created especially for middle and high school students, along with college students, Job Corps members, foster children, and young adults, Poster #635 exists because of the risk of suicide among adolescents. Carefully crafted by the counseling experts at Youth Change Workshops, Poster #635 is a brightly colored sign that has the potential to help a teen to reconsider suicide or self-harm.
Part of a group of companion posters that are all focused on suicide prevention, the posters in the series all have a similar design and color palette, and all have a clear and powerful anti-suicide message. Here are Youth Change Professional Development Workshops' companion suicide prevention posters; just click on the link to see each poster: Poster #633, Poster #634, Poster #635 and Poster #636. The four posters are not expensive, and when you weigh the small purchase cost against the possiblility of saving a young life, you may want to choose to get the entire group of four. Our mental health and suicide experts here at Youth Change Professional Development Workshops really believe that the group of four posters maximizes your impact versus a single poster being posted. Each of the four posters address suicide prevention from a completely novel approach so that while one poster may or may not resonate or impact a suicidal student, another poster in the group may be the perfect way to help that student reconsider their plan for self-harm.
Poster #635 reads: Don't make a permanent decision to cope with temporary feelings. Self-harm is never the answer. Ask for help instead.
Any site that works with distressed, troubled, emotionally disturbed, traumatized teens, or provides drug counseling, suicide prevention, alcohol abuse treatment, domestic violence shelter or crisis care, really needs Poster #635. It is a fast, extremely inexpensive investment that one day may save a life, or maybe several lives. If a poster can help save a life, isn't it worth buying and posting today, right now?
Of course, no poster or group of posters can be your entire suicide prevention effort, but this Poster #635 and its companion posters can be an important part of that effort. Poster #635 can send its vital message 24 hours a day, even in the dark of night and even on the loneliest of holidays. With that in mind, consider buying Poster #635 now so it can quickly become a 24/7 presence at your site, helping you ensure the safety of your most vulnerable adolescents.
Youth Change Professional Development Workshops' mental health counseling experts have worked hard to create a suicide prevention poster that is aimed especially at middle and high school students, along with college students and young adults. The focus of the poster is to get the reader to realize that they would not want to live permanently with decisions they made as little as five years earlier. The implication is that making a permanent choice of suicide might seem an incredibly poor decision just a few years later.
Featuring a startling, bright design that is sure to capture the attention of even seriously depressed, sad, lonely, unhappy, emotionally disturbed and traumatized students, Poster #636 is one of several companion posters, all featuring a similar color palette and text. We believe that the group of prevention posters are more effective than single posters because each poster tackles the problem from a unique angle. What may resonate with one student, may not have impact on another. Because of that, we do recommend the group be posted at once to amplify and reinforce your suicide prevention message as effectively as possible.
Here are our companion suicide prevention posters; just click on the link to see each poster: Poster #633, Poster #634, Poster #635 and Poster #636. When you consider the importance of these message posters, it may be worth the small investment to get all four of them to best maximize your suicide prevention effort.
The poster reads: Would you want to live forever with your choices from five years ago? Music? Friends? Cell Phone? Shoes? Clothes? Haircut? Hobbies? Computers? Goals? Many Five Year Old Choices look awful now. Choose Hope Not Self-Harm. Ask Someone for Help.
Our suicide prevention posters are ideal for group counseling. Poster #636 in particular can make a wonderful starting point for a group discussion on suicide when you ask the group members to name some of their worst five-year-old choices, like loving the band, Hanson, or having green hair, or wearing all black everyday. Next, the group can discuss how people often don't like past choices, and those insights can be related to the issue of suicide. You can see how easily these suicide prevention posters can help you address a difficult, sensitive topic in your group counseling, therapy, guidance or family sessions. That's why Poster #636 is a must-have for sites that provide crisis care, counseling, education, social services, welfare, medical care or guidance.
The Bottom Line on
Youth Change Workshops' Elementary, Middle, High School Posters for
Child and Teen Mental Health Treatment, Family Therapy and School Guidance Counseling
Youth Change Workshops has the most inventive, sensitive, and effective posters to help children and adolescents with mental health issues, and those who could benefit from contact with a student assistance worker or school guidance counselor.
These counseling and therapy posters are designed for children and teens who are in crisis, are severely emotionally disturbed, troubled, traumatized, or facing serious family problems.
Each carefully engineered, attention-grabbing poster delivers a compelling and important mental health message to your students. Each poster facilitates essential insights, while getting past apathy, fear, discouragement, disorientation or bad attitudes.
Our counseling, guidance and treatment posters are the perfect addition to your counseling center, social work office, K-12 classroom, special ed site, or treatment program.
These posters build on the ideas you discuss with students in group counseling sessions, classes, individual therapy, during one-to-one contact time, and in clinical therapy activities.
Designed to creatively and surprisingly convey vital counseling messages, these mental health posters are especially crafted to complement our books, lessons, interventions and other resources.
Maximize your impact by surrounding your students with guidance counseling and therapy posters that can change the way your students think, act and see the world.
Have questions? Let the experts on child and adolescent mental health treatment, family therapy and school guidance counseling help you locate the exact resources you need: 1.800.545.5736 or email us.