Therapeutic play


About Faces Card Game

The About Faces Card Game includes 52 cards with faces representing thirteen different feelings. Many children, including those on the autism spectrum, have trouble “reading” facial expressions through observation.

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AfterTime: Survival Therapeutic Board Game

AfterTime: Survival Therapeutic Board Game promotes adolescent wellness as players work together to recreate society post-apocalypse

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Anger Alert! Game

Anger Alert! Game helps kids tune in to the physical warning signs of anger. This clever card game introduces kids to these "anger alerts" and teaches 10 easy strategies they can use to calm down and retain their composure.

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Anger Control Game

Teaches children, ages 8 and up, the skills needed for effective anger control.

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Clue Card Game

Clue Cards are useful with children with Asperger's Syndrome. They help children and teens learn to perceive and understand the “details” of social presentation, and help children develop the habit of noticing and inferring in social situations.

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Counseling Balls

Counseling Balls help students learn about Empathy and Respecting Boundaries.

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Dr. Playwell's Learning Social Rules in School Board Game

Dr. Playwell's Learning Social Rules in School Board Game is designed to help children who are having difficulty learning social rules, particularly children on the Autism Spectrum and children with Attention Deficit Disorders.

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Emotes Rescue Quest Therapeutic Board Game of Emotional Expression

Emotes Rescue Quest Therapeutic Board Game helps children, who may struggle with emotions, develop emotional awareness; they answer fun questions, act out silly situations, and draw fun sketches, all related to emotions.

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Emotional Bingo for Children

Emotional Bingo requires players to identify feelings, rather than numbers, on Bingo cards. Children learn to recognize various feelings, and also learn empathy–a trait associated with lower incidence of violent behavior.

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Escape From Anger Island Game

Escape from Anger Island teaches anger management skills, through patience and practice. It is designed with the busy counselor in mind.

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Fishing for Feelings Game

Fishing for Feelings is a version of Go Fish to help improve social and emotional skills in the following areas: anger, friendship, feelings, character, responsibility, and conflict.

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Friendship Island Game

Friendship Island® is an educational game specifically designed Social skills needed for positive peer relations in elementary school.

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Give Everyone a Fair Shake Game

Give Everyone a Fair Shake (Conflict Resolution) focuses on being a good listener; showing respect; trying for a win-win solution; taking responsibility for choices; knowing when to walk away; not to blaming others; tackling the problem, not the person.

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Good Mourning Game

Good Mourning Game helps children ages 6-18 deal with loss. . Game cards introduce techniques that can help children work through the grieving process. Players learn to share memories, explore feelings, enjoy laughter and play, relax and learn to grieve.

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Hooked on Friendship Game

Hooked on Friendship is a version of Go Fish to help improve social and emotional skills in the following areas: anger, friendship, feelings, character, responsibility, and conflict.

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Impulse Control Game

The Impulse Control Game™ is an educational and therapeutic board game designed to help young people with ADD, ADHD, and other conditions involving impulse control problems.

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KidsWorld Inside and Out Board Game

KidsWorld is based on the Internal Family Systems Model. Ideal for youngsters with anxiety, depression, ADHD, anger issues, oppositional disorders, physical disabilities, learning issues and behavior problems.

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Mad Dragon: An Anger Control Card Game

Mad Dragon plays like the popular game Uno. Players race to get rid of their cards while learning anger control skills.

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Roll a Role Series-A Social Skills Game and Game of Non-Verbal Communications

Roll a Role is designed to help children learn a variety of friend-making skills. Children learn new skills best when they can practice them in safe and fun situations. Social skills are an important part of a child's emotional intelligence.

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Roll and Resolve

Roll and Resolve focuses on areas including talking it out with friends; being fair to each other; being a good listener; learning to compromise; showing empathy; recognizing when to apologize; learning to forgive; understanding body language.

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Roll for Control Game

Toss and Learn is a new series of dice games using a unique learning design. These innovative games help players learn important skills and apply them to commonly encountered situations.

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Smart Sharks Card Game

Smart Sharks is a card game series is based on the popular game 21. Covering the areas of leadership, stress, conflict resolution, social networking, anger, and resilience, players develop important skills.

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Stand Against Bullying Dice Game

Stand Against Bullying Dice Game focuses on recognizing how to react to a bully’s behavior; understanding the role of the bystander; practicing assertiveness techniques for the target; understanding when it’s important to bring in a trusted adult.

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STOP and Relax Therapeutic Yoga-Based Curriculum

STOP and Relax Yoga Therapy Curriculum

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Stop That Angry Thought Card Deck

By simply playing cards, Stop That Angry Thought helps children learn to envision a stop sign whenever their anger is triggered, and to replace their own anger with more positive responses.

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Talk-It-Out Board Game

Talk-It-Out is a game that supports the therapeutic process by adding cognitive, emotional and behavioral issued that affect adolescents. Topics include: Family, Friends, Feelings, Values, Dreams, Future Hopes.

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The Self-Control Game

The Self-Control Game is ideal for children who daydream, fidget, or act without thinking. It teaches children how to exercise self-control in academic and social situations, applying cognitive-behavioral techniques to impulsive or hyperactive behaviors.

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Therapist's Guide to KidsWorld Inside and Out Psychotherapeutic Board Game

Guide to help clinicians use KidsWorld Psychotherapeutic Board Game in clinical practice.

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Too Much, Too Little, Just Right Game

Too Much, Too Little, Just Right is a Social Communication Game. I is an exceptional tool for use with children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

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Toss Your Anger Game

Toss Your Anger is a game that focuses on areas including being respectful; using positive self-talk; recognizing consequences; determining the right responses to anger; counting to ten and deep breathing techniques to relieve angry feelings.

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Transforming Troubled Children, Teens, and Their Families

Transforming Troubled Children, Teens, and Their Families: An Internal Family Systems Model for Healing, centers diagnosis and treatment around the concept of the Functional Hypothesis, which views symptoms as adaptive and survival­-based.

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Use Your I's Game

Use Your I's is a board game that teaches children how to express their feelings without jeopardizing the rights of others.When children use "I-Messages" to express themselves, they are likely to be heard, and less likely to get into conflict.

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