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Sentence Completion for Children

Many children have a tough time opening up in therapy, especially during the first few sessions. They might feel shy, or they genuinely don't know what to talk about.

The Sentence Completion for Children worksheet lists several prompts to help get children engaged in session a few silly questions ("My favorite color is..."), mixed in with others that are a bit more serious ("I worry about..."). We suggest using this tool to help open up children who are hesitant to participate in therapy, or as a group icebreaker.

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