Resources for building people’s strength

Innovative Resources is a provider of therapeutic, educational and tactical tools designed for people working with children, youth, families and the community.

Resources for empowering positive change

Innovative Resources creates materials, tools and delivers training to help empower people and inspire positive life actions.

A publishing arm of Anglicare Victoria, global provider Innovative Resources offers strengths-based practice tools that support people to make meaningful changes in their lives.

These internationally recognised tools are favoured by social workers, psychologists, counsellors, therapists, educators and human services workers. They play a vital role in their toolkits because when people use them and see what happens, light-bulb moments occur.

LATEST BLOG

Introducing Strength Cards Unlimited!

Introducing Strength Cards Unlimited!

September 5th, 2022

Introducing the latest edition to our suite of strengths-based tools and resources—Strength Cards Unlimited!  Everyone has strengths. But did you know that strengths are more than just personal qualities? They also include your relationships, culture, health, community, the natural world and access to supports. …Read more

Mental Illness Does NOT Have a Size

Mental Illness Does NOT Have a Size

September 4th, 2022

Eating Disorders, and mental illnesses come in all shapes, sizes, colours, ages, race and social economic levels. Throughout my lived eating disorder experience I have had to deal with weight stigma and being told things like “you don’t look that sick or underweight”, “your …Read more

Big emotions and the 5 Bears

Big emotions and the 5 Bears

July 8th, 2022

When it comes to dealing with big emotions, not everyone has the language to describe how they’re feeling. Today we talk with one school counsellor, Judith, who co-created a story to accompany the tactile Bears. What began as a story to help one young …Read more

Exploring Shame in schools

Exploring Shame in schools

May 31st, 2022

Feelings of shame can be heightened as children and young adults start to compare themselves to others. As children grow, they become more aware of what is considered normal—if their experiences and feelings don’t fit into this version of ‘normal’, this may result in …Read more

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