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Cars R Us Training

Date: 5 Aug 2022


The Cars ‘R’ Us kit reflects the optimistic, positive psychology of Choice Theory and Reality Therapy and draws on the Total Behaviour Car model that has been used successfully by Reality Therapists for many years.


Cars ‘R’ Us is an engaging tool designed to help young people and adults tackle negative thoughts and attributions while strengthening their internal locus of control.

A deceptively simple yet powerful tool, it provides a framework for nearly anyone to do effective therapy with others or as a self-evaluation tool. Modelled on Choice Theory and Reality Therapy, it is popular with psychologists, counsellors and coaches all over the world.

Choice Theory posits that we cannot control others’ behaviors but our own. By learning to choose healthy alternatives, it will result in greater satisfaction. This also assists us to make effective interventions at the point of greatest leverage


With over 30 years’ experience working with families in a range of human services and early year’s settings She has graduate qualifications in childcare, social science (pre natal and post natal care), vocational training and parenting education Alison is the ideal person to support social workers, counsellors and psychologists build their strengths based, solution focused toolkit.

Alison is passionate about demonstrating how different resources, card sets and tactile tools can easily be incorporated into everyday conversations with clients, colleagues and teams She can tailor training around the needs of your organisation or practice.

Duration: 9am to 1pm

Venue: To be confirmed

Contact: Email Organizer

Brochure: Download

(Workshop ONLY)
Early Bird : S$215
Normal Price: S$245

Language: English

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