Learn how to care for yourself to minimize secondary trauma using this deck.

Use these cards to reinforce relationship-based practices.

Explore the multiple variations of family structures with these cards.

Use this deck to learn about the impact of uncertain losses—divorce, mental illness, incarceration, or foster care, for example.

This deck gives ideas about how adults and young children can use all of their senses to build healthy relationships.

Use these cards to learn about the importance of relationships for successful employment.

These cards promote activities that support the health of both children and parents.

Use this deck to help older children learn about themselves and how they fit into their communities.

Learn how to help teens as they explore their identities and their place in the world.

Use this deck to explore the meaning of having, changing, and losing homes.


Learn about the comfortable and uncomfortable feelings involved in both giving and receiving care.

This deck gives directions for scavenger hunts that create stories and explore relationships.

Use this deck to help adults and young people navigate discussions about gender identity topic.

This deck is meant to help promote reflection and lively, engaged, dialogue about leadership.

These cards help you guide conversations about sex and sexuality to make them more comfortable and informative.

Use this deck to help youth facing major life changes, such as starting a job, leaving foster care, or heading for college.

This deck is meant to help promote reflection and lively, engaged, dialogue about leadership.

Learn how to set healthy limits, and overcome unhealthy ones.

These innovative decks of Conversation Cards are designed to support those working with vulnerable children, youth, and young adults.

Use Conversation Cards to:

  • Start a discussion
  • Introduce new topics
  • Promote group dialog
  • Draw out opinions
  • Facilitate reflection
  • Prompt an exchange of ideas
  • Explore different points of view