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1. Therapy U #ad
You Know Social Skills Games and Therapy Games, A Fun Game That Opens Communication and Encourages Meaningful Conversations to Establish Relationships #adTherapy U #ad
- Made in the usa - you know: for 2-6 players, ages 7+, Includes 2 decks of playing cards 108 cards total. Ice breaker + relationship builder: Encourages players to get to know each other better, all while building confidence and focusing on the positive.
Fun cbt game for everyone: great for family game night. Used by many teachers, school counselors, therapists, and small group settings.
Self esteem builder for kids, teens, and adults: Perfect for rapport-building and starting meaningful conversation that encourage players to reflect on their existing strengths and weaknesses. Promotes positivity: Thought provoking questions that reinforce a positive self image.
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2. Totem the feel good game #ad
Counseling and Therapy, Totem the feel good game, Self-Esteem Game for Team Building, School, Family Bonding #adTotem the feel good game #ad
- Family/friends building : foster and strengthen positive relationships by playing a conversation card game that encourages people to look at their bright side. The power to bring someone to tears: when players connect at a deeper level and the magic happen, you may feel that you get too much love and kindness.
Self-esteem builder : meaningful conversation starter using an animal card and a quality card chosen and explained by the other players; 6400 available totems that demonstrate a positive aspect of your personality.
Therapy game : a therapeutic tool that school teachers, parents, counselors and psychologists can use. Team building activities : Managers and coaches can use it to build cohesion and trust amongst team members and work colleagues. Just take it, you deserve it. It can be used with groups or individuals.
3. Bright Spots Games #ad
Thoughts and Feelings: A Sentence Completion Card Game #adBright Spots Games #ad
- The deck of 38 cards is an especially effective medium in helping children identify, depression, anxiety, grief, anger, and work through a variety of issues: changes within the family system, process, trauma, and fears.
Suitable for ages 5-12yrs. A cheerfully animated therapeutic tool for parents or counselors designed to engage children of all ages.
4. da Vinci's Room #ad
A CBT Game for Kids to Work on Controlling Strong Emotions, Don't Go Bananas #adda Vinci's Room #ad
- More thought provoking questions can be added or removed for easier or tougher gameplay. For parents and professionals: teachers can play don't go bananas with small groups of kids in the classroom or parents can play with their kids at home.
Semi-cooperative play means if someone can’t help their own piles, they help someone else’s pile. Players answer question prompts about different emotions and situations as they play the cards. Tackling 5 emotions: the game works through 5 strong emotions - anger, worry, sadness, fear and jealousy.
Adults playing along can help kids see first hand positive ways to process emotions and feel more comfortable giving their own answers. Helping build social skills along with working on emotions.
Simple to play: 2-4 players take turns building each color pile. Based on the abcd model of cognitive behavioral therapy: Kids work to identify what triggers their emotions, analyze the beliefs they have about those situations, explore their reactions and look for ways to change their thought patterns. 2-4 players ages 6-12: a variety of questions makes this game versatile for a larger age group.
5. Play Therapy Supply #ad
And Emotions, Updated Version, Actions, CBT 123: The Hilariously Fun Game That Empowers Kids and Teens to Take Charge of Their Thoughts #adPlay Therapy Supply #ad
- Easy to play: cbt 123 is extremely easy to learn and put into practice. Great for school counselors, depression, and coping skills. Helps teach cbt: cbt 123 uses cognitive Behavioral Therapy to teach kids how their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are connected.
New updated version 2. 0! you asked for it, we made it: now with 80% more cards for more diverse gameplay.
Includes a link for a free downloadable worksheet to expand its therapeutic value. Exciting gameplay: players work to pick up sets of 1, and 3 cards, 2, acting out the fun situations on the sets. A game can be played in 15-20 minutes. For 2-4 players, and other professionals who work with children on anxiety, therapists, anger, ages 7-16.
6. Mattel #ad
With 112 Cards in a Sturdy Storage Tin, Makes a Great Gift for 7 Year Olds and Up Amazon Exclusive, Travel-Friendly, UNO Family Card Game #adMattel #ad
- This fun family card game is perfect for adults, teens and kids 7 years old and up. Uno tin comes with 112 cards and instructions in a sturdy tin that's great for storage and travel. Strategize to defeat your competition with special action cards like Skips, Reverses, Draw Twos and color-changing Wild cards.
When you're down to one card, don't forget to shout "UNO!". Uno is the classic family card game that's easy to learn and so much fun to play! In a race to deplete your hand, match one of your cards with the current card shown on top of the deck by either color or number.
7. Play Therapy Supply #ad
Coping Skills, and Emotion Awareness Card Game, Superhero Strengths: Building Resilience #adPlay Therapy Supply #ad
- 78 question cards make superhero strengths a great value and a fun therapeutic tool. Great for play therapists, youth leaders, school counselors, teachers, and parents.
For kids and teens ages 6-14. Kids love the superhero theme - great for individual sessions or groups of 2-4 players. Teaches skill sets - strengths, resilience, coping, feelings, breaking the ice, and relationships.
Bonus content - includes a link to free downloadable worksheets to use in conjunction with Superhero Strengths. Fun therapeutic game - kids and teens play the role of superhero collectors while learning to identify their strengths, deal with feelings, build coping skills, and improve resilience.
8. IMPRESA #ad
Ideal for Parents, Therapists and More, by Impresa, 54 Sentence Completion Cards to Get Children Talking About Their Feelings, Teachers, How I'm Feeling #adIMPRESA #ad
- Each card feature an adorable puppy and his friends in a variety of spots. Richly drawn characters -- featuring rich, bright and colorful drawings. Perfect prompts for children to share -- it can be difficult to get children to share their feelings and thoughts, particularly in times of difficulty.
Helps reveal what children are feeling, wishing and so much more. Useful for discussing difficult emotions -- children can often shy away from discussing difficult topics. Ideal for a variety of environments -- designed with a therapeutic setting in mind.
The characters help children in identifying, processing and working through an array of issues. Designed for children 5-12. Whether formal or informal, our cards are an excellent resource for parents, teachers, therapists and other mental health professionals.
Our simple prompts and comforting characters will help them discuss difficult topics like anger, family issues/changes, traumatic experiences, grief, sadness, anxiety, fears, difficulties at school and more. Our 54-card pack provides children with a variety of sentence completion prompts to help them open up and share what they're thinking and feeling. Great for a variety of activities and situations -- perfect as an assessment tool, therapeutic tool / therapy game and in ELL, hoping, thinking, icebreaker, EAL and SEN environments.
9. Therapy U #ad
Breaking Barriers Down, Social Skills Games and Therapy Games, Fear and Joy, A Feelings Game for Kids That Develops Emotion Regulation and Explores Anger, Sadness #adTherapy U #ad
- Self esteem builder for kids, teens, and adults: Perfect for building rapport and starting meaningful conversations that encourage players to reflect on their positive and negative emotions.
Interactive emotions game: Explore a total of 208 questions on the topics of anger, sadness, fear, and joy. Exciting cbt game for everyone: Used by school counselors, teachers, therapists, and in small group settings.
Family therapy game: get to know your child on a deeper level through high-comfort gameplay that promotes discussion on their emotions. Made by the creators of “you know”: breaking Barriers Down is a therapy game developed by THERAPY U to address social skills.
10. Jenga #ad
Jenga Classic Game #adJenga #ad
- Pull out a block without crashing the stack to win at Jenga. Challenge yourself or play with friends. Win by being the last player to remove a block without causing the stack to crash.
Includes 54 jenga hardwood blocks, stacking sleeve with instructions. It takes skill, strategy, and luck. Simple, solid, and timeless.