- Four of our most popular counseling games
- Collection addresses shyness, oppositional behavior, ADHD, adjustment problems, and more
- Games can be used with nearly any treatment protocol
- Teach specific cognitive/behavioral strategies
- Adds games addressing common problems of childhood to any counselor's toolbox
Many counselors like to have a game addressing each common problem of childhood. Each game is then used as part of the treatment protocol to teach specific cognitive/behavioral strategies that can alleviate the most prominent symptoms of each disorder. This collection addresses the problems of shyness, oppositional behavior, ADHD, and adjustment problems as a result of divorce.
Collection includes the following games:
Good Behavior Game:
This fun game teaches children the importance of good behavior and makes them aware of the consequences of misbehavior.
Stop, Think and Go Bears Game:
This fun and challenging game is designed to help children who have problems with impulse control.
Don't Be Difficult Game:
This board game helps children learn the consequences of both positive and negative choices.
My 2 Homes Game:
A game to help understand and accept divorce. This board game is designed for children who are having difficulty adjusting to their parents' divorce.