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1. Play Therapy Supply #ad
And Emotions, Updated Version, CBT 123: The Hilariously Fun Game That Empowers Kids and Teens to Take Charge of Their Thoughts, Actions #adPlay Therapy Supply #ad
- A game can be played in 15-20 minutes. For 2-4 players, depression, and other professionals who work with children on anxiety, therapists, ages 7-16.
New updated version 2. 0! you asked for it, we made it: now with 80% more cards for more diverse gameplay. Helps teach cbt: cbt 123 uses cognitive Behavioral Therapy to teach kids how their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are connected.
Easy to play: cbt 123 is extremely easy to learn and put into practice. Great for school counselors, anger, and coping skills. Exciting gameplay: players work to pick up sets of 1, and 3 cards, 2, acting out the fun situations on the sets. Includes a link for a free downloadable worksheet to expand its therapeutic value.
2. Play Therapy Supply #ad
Coping Skills, Superhero Strengths: Building Resilience, and Emotion Awareness Card Game #adPlay Therapy Supply #ad
- Bonus content - includes a link to free downloadable worksheets to use in conjunction with Superhero Strengths. For kids and teens ages 6-14.
Fun therapeutic game - kids and teens play the role of superhero collectors while learning to identify their strengths, build coping skills, deal with feelings, and improve resilience. Kids love the superhero theme - great for individual sessions or groups of 2-4 players.
Teaches skill sets - strengths, coping, breaking the ice, resilience, feelings, and relationships.78 question cards make superhero strengths a great value and a fun therapeutic tool. Great for play therapists, teachers, school counselors, youth leaders, and parents.
3. Cadily #ad
Cadily This is Me: Sentence Completion Therapy Games. Used As Social Skills Games. Counseling Games and School Games. Play Therapy Toys for Parents & Professionals to Teach Kids to Express Feelings #adCadily #ad
- Social skills games help to cope with anger management for kids, oppositional defiant disorder and help with anxiety relief for kids. Kids therapy toys and games empower kids to share thoughts and feelings.
100% guaranteed satisfaction | if for any reason you are unsatisfied with your kids feelings cards, you can contact us directly. Therapeutic games for mental health counseling help develop self regulation and mindfulness.
Car games for kids have never been more fun. Use as a conversation starter anytime even if you only have a couple of minutes. Cbt feelings cards are a great addition to your cbt toolbox for children and adolescents and can be used in conjunction with cognitive behavioral therapy workbook.
4. Creative Therapy Store #ad
Talk-It-Out: A Therapeutic Board Game Designed to Encourage Teens to Communicate #adCreative Therapy Store #ad
- Suitable for teens. Poses thought-provoking and imaginative questions to help engage anyone. Gives teens the opportunity to discuss family, friends, feelings, values, dreams, and hopes for the future. Encourage teens to open up with this fun game.
5. Play Therapy Supply #ad
Play Therapy Supply Mindfulness Matters: The Game That Uses Mindfulness Skills to Improve Coping in Everyday Life #adPlay Therapy Supply #ad
- The original mindfulness game: Mindfulness Matters is the original mindfulness card game, developed by a therapist. Play the game, or just pick a card each day for a daily meditation. For 2-4 players. Engages kids and teens: players learn different mindfulness techniques and how to apply them in their everyday lives.
Fun and easy gameplay: fun cooperative game play helps to enhance social skills. Great for individual, group, or family therapy.
15-25 minutes. Players work together to spell the word MINDFUL while learning about and discussing coping skills. Moments cards: teach strategies for using mindfulness in everyday life circumstances, while MASTERY cards invite players to practice their skills by acting out mindfulness methods.
Includes a full 58 cards plus instructions. Teaches practical mindfulness skills: Mindfulness strategies are useful for combating stress, anger, worry and increasing focus. Accept no imitations. Ages 9-18. Also includes rules for a competitive version and numerous tips and alternate gameplays.
6. da Vinci's Room #ad
Don't Go Bananas, A CBT Game for Kids to Work on Controlling Strong Emotions #adda Vinci's Room #ad
- Tackling 5 emotions: the game works through 5 strong emotions - anger, sadness, worry, 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.
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. 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.
Players answer question prompts about different emotions and situations as they play the cards. Simple to play: 2-4 players take turns building each color pile. Helping build social skills along with working on emotions. More thought provoking questions can be added or removed for easier or tougher gameplay. Semi-cooperative play means if someone can’t help their own piles, they help someone else’s pile.
7. Childswork / Childsplay #ad
The Coping Skills Game: Nine Essential Skills to Teach Kids How to Deal with Real-Life Problems #adChildswork / Childsplay #ad
- Recommended for ages 7-12 | 2-4 Players. The lessons learned using The Coping Skills Game will last a lifetime. Children will learn to deal with feelings, discover choices, adjust attitudes, accept imperfections, and more. Effective in a wide variety of counseling or classroom settings.
8. Learning Resources #ad
Autism Therapy, 6 Pieces, Ice Breaker Cubes, Ages 6+, Social Dice, Foam Cubes, Learning Resources Conversation Cubes #adLearning Resources #ad
- 6 soft foam cubes with 36 engaging questions and activity guide. Spark discussions and personal responses from your students. Build speaking and listening skills between students. Supports fluency in ELLs; great for students with speech and language disorders. Ideal for ages 6 and up.
9. Youthlight #ad
Stop The Drama 4 Inch Thumball #adYouthlight #ad
- Players discuss interpersonal drama and the problems it creates. Ages elementary through teens. Great group activity. Throw the ball, respond to the prompt under your thumb.
10. StrongSuit #ad
The Tower of Self Esteem, Family Therapy Card Game for Kids, Boost Self Confidence and Social Skills with Creativity, Used by Therapists and Parents, Teens, StrongSuit, 2-5 Players, Problem Solving #adStrongSuit #ad
- Boost self confidence- strongsuit is a social skills game and anxiety tool that consists of a series of questions connecting personal, ability to think creatively, emotional and social strengths of each player - Strengthens coping skills, and look past their frustrations to work individually and together towards a common goal of constructing the tower of cards.
Encourages positive thinking- the tower of self esteem is all about building up yourself and others and eliminating the need to compete to win. For therapists and parents- parents, therapeutic, and child therapists alike will love the skills children will learn from our therapy self esteem building board game.
Its interactive, counselors, and thought provoking style will keep your kids engaged and learning for hours. Helps children learn cooperation skills to work together as a team to build the tower while also helping them realize their own self-worth.
Let's play- the strongsuit cbt child therapy toy board game includes everything you need to play: 1 dice cube, 20 yellow, 100 game tokens, 40 card holders to build with, 60 playing cards20 red, 20 blue, and the Tower of Self Esteem Game Instructions. Grow and have fun- watch how fast children learn to cope with social anxiety and develop communication skills - Easy to learn; fun to play! Players take turns with question cards, as they simultaneously stand up to the challenge of planning and building a strong and sturdy tower.
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