Resources

Toolkits

Goal-Setting Toolkit

 

Set aspirational goals and acceptable results, so if you fall short of the aspirational goal but hit the acceptable one, you haven’t failed. Work backwards and create a process, structure and strategy to achieve it.

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Managing Conflict Toolkit

 

Our objective in relationships should not be to try to avoid conflict, but to manage the process in the most constructive manner possible in order to reduce the likelihood of injury or damage in the relationship.

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Depression Toolkit

 

Everyone has days when they feel ‘depressed’. A cold, grey, rainy day, might make you feel sad or ‘blue’. A bad performance review or argument with your partner could leave you feeling a bit down or unhappy.

Managing Transitions Toolkit

 

Life transitions can be happy or exciting events like a new job, marriage or a new baby. They can also be upsetting, such as the death of a loved one or loss of a job. Even life events like turning forty or retiring can require an adjustment.

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Anxiety Toolkit

 

You cannot, nor should you, try to avoid anxiety. If you start to avoid situations that make you feel anxious, you can actually make things worse. Learning to cope with anxiety is a life skill and a necessary part of being human.

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Managing Conflict Interactive Toolkit

 

There are steps you can take to manage conflict, even when it feels out of your control. This interactive toolkit showcases some tools and skills you can use to make the process more constructive and healthy.

 

Handouts

Timeout Guidelines

Rules for Healthy Arguments

Identifying our Core Values

3 Parts to Every Argument

Downloads

Choosing to Change Handbook

 

A handbook for men concerned about their abusive behaviours towards those they love.

Videos