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1. Junior Learning #ad
Junior Learning 6 Conflict & Resolution Games #adJunior Learning #ad
- A versatile set of games that can be enjoyed as a group or for individual learning. Includes a keep calm thermometer which can be used as an interactive and visual tool to communicate different feelings. Games include: are you a bully? sharks, Persuasion Pot, Compromise Burgers, keep Calm Meter, Jellyfish, Turtles, A Spinning Solution.
Includes a game guide with instructions of how to play and an answer sheet. The set includes a number of different game styles such as snakes and ladders, puzzles and matching games, and sorting games which have self-correcting properties.
2. Childswork / Childsplay #ad
Childswork / Childsplay The Stop, Relax and Think Card Game #adChildswork / Childsplay #ad
- Players must choose different self-control skills. Recommended for ages 6-12 2-4 Players. Designed for impulsive or inattentive children. Teaches the value of patience and cooperating with others to achieve a goal.
3. 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
- Fun cbt game for everyone: great for family game night. Ice breaker + relationship builder: Encourages players to get to know each other better, all while building confidence and focusing on the positive.
Used by many teachers, school counselors, therapists, and small group settings. Made in the usa - you know: for 2-6 players, ages 7+, Includes 2 decks of playing cards 108 cards total.
Promotes positivity: Thought provoking questions that reinforce a positive self image. 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.
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4. Play Therapy Supply #ad
And Emotion Awareness Card Game, Superhero Strengths: Building Resilience, Coping Skills #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.
Kids love the superhero theme - great for individual sessions or groups of 2-4 players. 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.
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. Teaches skill sets - strengths, resilience, feelings, coping, breaking the ice, and relationships.
5. StrongSuit #ad
The Tower of Self Esteem, Family Therapy Card Game for Kids, Used by Therapists and Parents, Teens, Boost Self Confidence and Social Skills with Creativity, 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, emotional and social strengths of each player - Strengthens coping skills, ability to think creatively, and look past their frustrations to work individually and together towards a common goal of constructing the tower of cards.
Let's play- the strongsuit cbt child therapy toy board game includes everything you need to play: 1 dice cube, 100 game tokens, 60 playing cards20 red, 20 blue, 40 card holders to build with, 20 yellow, and the Tower of Self Esteem Game Instructions.
Its interactive, counselors, therapeutic, 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.
For therapists and parents- parents, and child therapists alike will love the skills children will learn from our therapy self esteem building board game. Encourages positive thinking- the tower of self esteem is all about building up yourself and others and eliminating the need to compete to win. 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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6. 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
- Simple to play: 2-4 players take turns building each color pile. Helping build social skills along with working on emotions. Tackling 5 emotions: the game works through 5 strong emotions - anger, worry, sadness, fear and jealousy.
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. 2-4 players ages 6-12: a variety of questions makes this game versatile for a larger age group.
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.
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. Players answer question prompts about different emotions and situations as they play the cards. Adults playing along can help kids see first hand positive ways to process emotions and feel more comfortable giving their own answers.
7. ARTAGIA #ad
Fun Social Skills and Therapy Game for Adults and Teenagers: CBT Therapeutic Family Game for Meaningful Conversations and Open Communication, Leading to Better Relationships. Great Counseling Tool. #adARTAGIA #ad
- Share funny stories, secrets, views and dreams in a fun and playful atmosphere. Create a culture of trust and understanding with questions addressed to teens and adults. Used by many teachers, school counsellors, cottage weekends, holiday gatherings, therapists and small group settings.
Challenge deck: tackle harder themes from ethics to personal issues in a judgement free space. Create a culture of trust and understanding within the family and get to know each other! Versatile game: great for family dinners, road trips, family vacations! Great tool for schools and therapists.
Game has been known to improve many relationships and build self-esteem. Valuable addition to counselor supplies. 3 games in 1 with 150 cards: family conversation starter game. Chill deck: keep things casual with topics for everyone ranging from music tastes to fashion trends. Chat deck: spark honest conversations about current affairs, social media, and past experiences.
8. IMPRESA #ad
Ideal for Parents, 54 Sentence Completion Cards to Get Children Talking About Their Feelings, Therapists and More, by Impresa, Teachers, How I'm Feeling #adIMPRESA #ad
- Our simple prompts and comforting characters will help them discuss difficult topics like anger, sadness, anxiety, traumatic experiences, grief, family issues/changes, fears, difficulties at school and more. 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. Richly drawn characters -- featuring rich, bright and colorful drawings. The characters help children in identifying, processing and working through an array of issues.
Useful for discussing difficult emotions -- children can often shy away from discussing difficult topics. 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.
Whether formal or informal, teachers, our cards are an excellent resource for parents, therapists and other mental health professionals. Great for a variety of activities and situations -- perfect as an assessment tool, hoping, thinking, icebreaker, therapeutic tool / therapy game and in ELL, EAL and SEN environments. Ideal for a variety of environments -- designed with a therapeutic setting in mind. Designed for children 5-12. Each card feature an adorable puppy and his friends in a variety of spots.
9. Childswork / Childsplay #ad
Stop, Relax & Think: A Game to Help Impulsive Children Think Before They Act #adChildswork / Childsplay #ad
- Useful as both a diagnostic and treatment tool. Active, relaxation skills, impulsive children learn motor control, how to express their feelings and how to problem-solve.
Ideal game to help impulsive children think before they act. Designed for counselors, therapists, social workers, and other helping professionals. Up to 6 players; suitable for ages 6-12.
10. Gutter Games #ad
The Bonkers Battle of Wacky Challenges Family Party Game for Kids & Adults, Beat That! #adGutter Games #ad
- Family friendly: great for kids and adults alike—all players attempt the exact same challenges, so get ready for the ultimate battle of abilities. 160 challenges: ever had the satisfaction of throwing a paper ball in the bin from across the room? Well, battle royales, buddy ups, that feeling is what this game is all about.
Bet on your skills with solo challenges, and duels. Fast & frenzied fun: win by betting on your ability to successfully complete a series of ridiculous dexterity-based challenges.
With a variety of tricky and outrageous challenges to test your skills, this board game will have you hooked in seconds. Suitable for ages 9+, recommended 2-8 players. Easy to learn: takes just seconds to learn, chopsticks, 80 betting tokens, 10 Cups, guarantees hours of belly busting laughter! Includes: 160 challenge cards, Tape Measure, Memo Pad, 4 Dice, 5 Balls, Sand Timer.