Psychology doesn't have to be complicated. Based on cognitive behavioural therapy, mindfulness and positive psychology, THE MOOD CARDS offers a fun and accessible way to help you identify and explore your moods and emotions. There are 42 cards in the box ranging from happy and sad to resentment, guilt and stress. Each card includes guided questions for self-exploration plus an affirmation for positive thinking. Whether to help you manage difficult moods, approach relationships more skilfully, become more sensitive to the needs of others, or simply be able to communicate and listen effectively, using the cards will encourage you to be confident in who you are, expand your emotional intelligence and help you move forward in a positive way.
The cards are successfully being used by:
Parents with young children and teenagers
Parents with children on the autistic spectrum
Counsellors and Psychotherapists
Life Coaches and Business Mentors
Mindfulness meditation groups
In Mental health settings as an early intervention tool for stress and anxiety
Eating Disorder Units
Adult and Child Refugee organisations in Europe
For people with mood disorders such as BPD and Bipolar to help with mood regulation
Social Care and Social Justice settings such as fostering, adoption, young people leaving the care system, probation
In Primary Schools, Secondary Schools and Colleges
Emotional Intelligence, school counselling services and PSHE
Elderly care - Alzheimer's and Dementia
Please see the 100 + reviews below for even more ideas on how to use The Mood Cards.
Andrea Harrn MA is a psychotherapist, hypnotherapist, intuitive healer and expert in mindfulness and cognitive behavioural therapy. She runs a successful practice in East London, where her work combines Eastern philosophy with Western science, and has helped hundreds of people find truth, clarity, balance, meaning, acceptance, love and happiness in their lives. Visit andreaharrn.co.uk or themoodcards.com for more information.
About the Mood Cards What is a mood? What is an emotion? Understanding moods and emotions How the Mood Cards can help How to use the Mood Cards Instructions for self-help Instructions for professionals and parents