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"In Vision Concept Cards are visual metaphors that are ingenious in their ability to teach important recovery skills while simultaneously cultivating insight and imagination. I find their clever use of humor and colorful graphics make them a delightful addition to individual and group therapeutic settings."
Anita Johnston, Ph.D. Author of Eating in the Light of the Moon;
Director, 'Ai Pono Eating Disorder Programs, Hawaii
Consultant, Focus Center for Eating Disorders, Tennessee

"What a great and important tool! In Vision Concept Cards stimulate new thoughts, cultivate new visions and encourage different actions, both in sessions and at home. They are a creative and powerful tool for effecting and reinforcing positive change that can be useful in many ways. Thanks for stepping out of the box."
Sondra Kronberg, MS, RD, CDN, Author, Learning Teaching Handouts Series for Eating Disorders
Director of Eating Wellness Programs Eating Disorder Treatment Centers of NY.

"Mental health professionals are always looking for creative ways to help clients explore topics essential to life skill improvement. Suzanne Ricklin’s cards do just that. As a simple to use tool to facilitate practice, these laminated cards are organized by problem / topic area and color coded for easy retrieval and referencing."
Sophia Dziegielewski, Ph.D., LISE-S, School of Social Work, College of Allied Health Services, University of Cincinnati, Ohio

"When I was struggling with my own eating disorder, In Vision Concept Cards would have been a very helpful addition to the therapeutic toolbox. I look forward to seeing more of Suzanne Ricklin 's work!"
Jenni Schaefer, Author of Life Without Ed and Goodbye Ed, Hello Me
Consultant, Center For Change, Utah

"Suzanne's cards are beautifully produced, thoughtful and most interesting." 
Susie Orbach, Ph.D., Psychoanalyst and writer; Fat Is A Feminist Issue and Bodies, UK

"How many times have you found yourself wishing you had a clear yet memorable way of explaining a key therapeutic concept? Suzanne Ricklin's In Vision Concept Cards provide the answer. In Vision Concept Cards are a powerful yet practical recovery tool.  I will be using in my practice for years to come." 
Sari Shepphird, Ph.D. Clinical Psychologist, Eating Disorder Specialist,
Author of 100 Questions and Answers about Anorexia Nervosa

Suzanne has created flash cards prompting dialogue and deep thinking with her clients. The one titled ‘Black & White Thinking’ jumped out at me: ‘Learning to moderate extreme thinking and behaviors and set more realistic, achievable goals are by-products of looking for the grey…’ Thanks for being willing to share your amazing Cards with my readers!
Doris Smeltzer, MA,
Andrea’s Voice Foundation

"In Vision Concept Cards are an imaginative and helpful cognitive tool. With clearly written instructions and colorful graphics they are easy to handle and understand and offer an effective visual stimulus to help eating disorder patients verbalize and express their feelings. They are a valuable resource to be used in conjunction with individual and group therapies."
Dr. Eva Trujillo; Medical Director, Comenzar de Nuevo, Eating Disorders Treatment Center, México

"What a brilliant idea. Suzanne’s In Vision Concept Cards were a great hit with my recent live seminar. Cards like Practice, Practice, Practice reinforce the sum basics of eating disorder recovery in a simple focused way. The participants responded enthusiastically and four weeks later still remembered what was on those cards."
Nancy Anderson Dolan; Food Addictions Counsellor, WiseHeart Wellness Services, Canada

"In Vision Concept Cards are a must for any health care professionals who work with individuals with eating disorders They’re an excellent tool that can be used to encourage individuals to better express themselves and develop fresh perspectives through the use of symbols and imagery."
Suzanne Horgan; Director and Founder, Eating Disorder Resource Centre of Ireland