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."