1. Playing CBT#ad
Playing CBT, Therapy Game to Develop Awareness of Thoughts, Emotions and behaviors for improving Social Skills, Coping Skills and Enhancing self Control.- 2020 Version#adPlaying CBT #ad - The game enables a fun and safe means of exposure to emotions and related cognitive issues. The 2020 version also contains a highly detailed manual and pluralistic illustrations to suite just about anyone, anywhere.
Playing cbt is designed for use in individual therapists, counselors, educators and facilitators. The game is designed for use in individual therapy and group sessions, educators and facilitators, by therapists, counselors, it enables a fun and safe means of exposure to emotions and related cognitive issues.
|Brand||Playing CBT #ad|
|Manufacturer||Shelly Zantkeren #ad|
2. Play Therapy Supply#ad
Updated Version, CBT 123: The Hilariously Fun Game That Empowers Kids and Teens to Take Charge of Their Thoughts, Actions, and Emotions#adPlay Therapy Supply #ad - For 2-4 players, depression, and other professionals who work with children on anxiety, anger, therapists, ages 7-16. A game can be played in 15-20 minutes.
Easy to play: cbt 123 is extremely easy to learn and put into practice. Great for school counselors, and coping skills. Includes a link for a free downloadable worksheet to expand its therapeutic value.
|Brand||Play Therapy Supply #ad|
|Manufacturer||Play Therapy Supply #ad|
Leading to Better Relationships. Great Counseling Tool., Fun Social Skills and Therapy Game for Adults and Teenagers: CBT Therapeutic Family Game for Meaningful Conversations and Open Communication#adARTAGIA #ad - Share funny stories, secrets, views and dreams in a fun and playful atmosphere. Challenge deck: tackle harder themes from ethics to personal issues in a judgement free space. Chill deck: keep things casual with topics for everyone ranging from music tastes to fashion trends.
Create a culture of trust and understanding within the family and get to know each other! Versatile game: great for family dinners, road trips, holiday gatherings, cottage weekends, family vacations! Great tool for schools and therapists.
Game has been known to improve many relationships and build self-esteem. Create a culture of trust and understanding with questions addressed to teens and adults. Used by many teachers, school counsellors, therapists and small group settings. 3 games in 1 with 150 cards: family conversation starter game. Valuable addition to counselor supplies.
4. Sensational Learners#ad
My Feelings Game. Fun Educational Family Game to Help Kids Express Their Emotions and Learn self Regulation. Endorsed by Dr Temple Grandin and Other World Renown clinicians and Educators.#adSensational Learners #ad - 280 scenarios to help kids explore and talk about feelings! 260 regulation strategies to help kids manage their feelings in socially appropriate ways! 24 movement cards to keep kids engage! Illustrated Booklet that introduces seven different kids with seven different feelings! .
|Brand||Sensational Learners #ad|
|Manufacturer||Sensational Learners #ad|
5. Hasbro Gaming#ad
The Game Where it Pays To Lose, Monopoly For Sore Losers Board Game for Ages 8 and Up#adHasbro Gaming #ad - Great family game: gather a group together to play this Monopoly board game for families and kids ages 8 and up. Monopoly token that lets players "stomp" around the board collecting money instead of paying out.
Collect coins: the monopoly for sore losers game will have players actually wanting to land on useless board spaces, pay taxes and rent, and even go to Jail because they'll collect Sore Loser coins.
Celebrate losing: losing stinks! we've all been there and felt the pain, but now it's actually fun! Chance cards and Community Chest cards create and celebrate sore losers. It's a fun game for Family Game Night and other family get-togethers. Mr.
|Brand||Hasbro Gaming #ad|
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, worry, sadness, fear and jealousy. Simple to play: 2-4 players take turns building each color pile. Players answer question prompts about different emotions and situations as they play the cards.
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.
Helping build social skills along with working on emotions. More thought provoking questions can be added or removed for easier or tougher gameplay. Adults playing along can help kids see first hand positive ways to process emotions and feel more comfortable giving their own answers. 2-4 players ages 6-12: a variety of questions makes this game versatile for a larger age group.
|Brand||da Vinci's Room #ad|
|Manufacturer||da Vinci's Room #ad|
7. Playing CBT#ad
Emotion Guard, a Game for Identifying and Expressing Emotions from Playing CBT Creator#adPlaying CBT #ad - Emotion validation card - the winning card! Allows us to except the full range of emotions, emotion guard card and emotion validation card. The game is intended for parents, educators, therapists and playful and curious children interested in getting acquainted with the spectrum of human emotions. There are 4 different options when playing emotion guard, dynamic and encourages the participants open up and share their emotional world, funny, each holding different goals.
The emotion guard keeps our emotions bottled in and unexposed to our surroundings. Playing emotion guard is fun, understand which emotions they feel comfortable sharing and which ones they prefer to keep bottled up inside.
The emotion guard game was created by a cognitive behavioral and Schema Therapy therapist with vast experience in both working with parents and children and developing emotion games for children. Emotion guard Card - the losing card. The purpose of emotion guard is to help and encourage children to get acquainted and allow the full spectrum of emotions to enter through exposure to a wide-range of feelings, “normalization” and developing discourse.
|Brand||Playing CBT #ad|
|Manufacturer||Shelly Zantkeren #ad|
8. Therapy U#ad
A Fun Game That Opens Communication and Encourages Meaningful Conversations to Establish Relationships, You Know Social Skills Games and Therapy Games#adTherapy U #ad - 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.
|Brand||Therapy U #ad|
|Manufacturer||Therapy U #ad|
Used by Therapists and Parents, Boost Self Confidence and Social Skills with Creativity, Teens, The Tower of Self Esteem, Problem Solving, Family Therapy Card Game for Kids, 2-5 Players, StrongSuit#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.
Its interactive, therapeutic, counselors, and thought provoking style will keep your kids engaged and learning for hours. 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.
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, 100 game tokens, 40 card holders to build with, 20 blue, 60 playing cards20 red, 20 yellow, and the Tower of Self Esteem Game Instructions. Encourages positive thinking- the tower of self esteem is all about building up yourself and others and eliminating the need to compete to win.
|Manufacturer||Katus, Inc #ad|