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The Impulse Control Game
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The Impulse Control Game game
Designed to help those with ADD, ADHD, and other conditions involving impulse control problems. The game teaches seven skills that have been proven to help students control their impulses, make good decisions, and avoid actions that are detrimental to themselves and others. Includes a booklet with complete lesson plans and suggestions for further reading...
Therapy: The Game
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Therapy: The Game game
In Therapy the Game, you move through the six stages of life answering fascinating and fun questions about everyday life. As you move your therapist's couch from Infancy to Seniority and stages between, you answer Insight questions drawn from actual psychological research (footnotes included). Along the way you'll land in your opponents' therapy offices and they'll land in yours -- you get to be the therapist, and the patient...
The Ungame
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The Ungame game
The leading family communications game. Players progress along the playing board as they answer questions such as, "What are the four most important things in your life?" and "What do you think life would be like in 100 years?" this non-competitive game can be a great ice-breaker or a serious exchange of thoughts, feelings and ideas...
No More Bullies Board Game
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No More Bullies Board Game game
Created by teachers and guidance counselors and field-tested, this game deals effectively with the problem of bullying. Players create a puzzle that "transforms" the bully into a nice guy and along the way, bullies discover alternate ways to behave while victims learn how to deal with them.
Talicor Totika
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Talicor Totika game
As players pull blocks from the stack, being careful not to let it topple, they ask each other questions that focus on building self-esteem, social skills and coping strategies. As they concentrate on removing the blocks, players tend to relax, allowing them to open up and talk more freely with one another...
Coping Skills Bingo
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Coping Skills Bingo game
Coping Skills Bingo Game Ages: 10-14. Teens are especially vulnerable to stress. Add to the usual vulnerability of the teenage years, the present-day situation of uncontrollable world events and there is a recipe for anxiety and stress. Help teens address and handle the stresses in their lives by learning easy-to-implement coping skills.
Pocket Ungame - Teens Version
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Pocket Ungame - Teens Version game
Teens will enjoy this version of the Ungame focusing on questions and situations important to young adults. Answer questions such as, what are the four most important things in your life? And what do you think life would be like in 100 years? This non-competitive game can be a great ice-breaker or a serious exchange of thoughts, feelings and ideas.
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