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Living in Two Houses E Botha  Used as a projective tool. Useful with children of divorced families who often live in different houses. The therapist and child explore the child's feelings, experieces, expectations and coping mechanisms.  Living in Two Houses consists of: 2 Magnetic Boards display the inside and the outside of more

My Feelings Cards For use with children and adults who find it difficult to verbalise their feelings. The Set contains 14 thick plastic cards in a plastic container. Age range: Children (from age 4) more

No Body's Perfect: A helper's guide to promoting positive body image in children and young people Dr Vivienne Lewis Body image doesn't discriminate gender or age. Yet its importance to our health, both mental and physical, is vital. A negative body image in childhood can lead to a lifetime of struggle and self-doubt. In today's more

Peace Path L. M. Barden   Teach children how to deal with abuse and domestic violence in a safe and peaceful way.  “Mom and her boyfriend are yelling. He grabs her by her shoulders and shakes her. You think Mom will be hurt. What can you do?”  This is one of many important questions raised by The Peace Path, a board game designed more

PITRW for Students with Disruptive, Defiant, or Difficult Behaviors (10-17 yrs), 2nd Ed Gail Ryser, James R Patton, Kathleen McConnell   Practical Ideas That Really Work for Students with Disruptive, Defiant, or Difficult Behaviors, Second Edition is for educators who work with students with challenging behaviours. Like the other titles in more

Pose and Play Doll Families   These doll families – Black, White, and Hispanic – are ideal for creative play. They can be used to help children re-enact events, tell stories, or express their feelings. The soft, flexible figures can sit or stand, and you can bend their arms and legs. Each family includes mom, dad, boy, girl, and baby more

Positive Bodies: Loving the Skin You're In Dr Vivienne Lewis Positive Bodies is designed to equip you with the skills, knowledge, and thinking to foster a positive body image in yourself and others. It is based on tried and tested CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) principles and features real-life examples of those who have struggled but more

Self-Control Game   Self-Control Game This game teaches children how to exercise self-control in academic and social situations. It addresses 24 specific traits and behaviours classified as impulsive, inattentive, or hyperactive. As they move around the game board and respond to questions on game cards, they learn how to change more

Social Skills Game B. Berg, Ph.D. Social Skills Game Here is an ideal way to help children acquire social skills. This appealing board game teaches children attitudes and behaviours that promote positive interaction with their peers. It is especially helpful with those who are shy or socially neglected. Game cards focus on four skill more

About Take Action to help anxious children Take Action consists primarily of a comprehensive practitioner guidebook in an easy-to-read standardised layout with specific instructions on how to adjust the program material for younger (4-7 years) children. The guidebook guides the practitioner through the steps covered in each treatment module more

Talk Therapy Toolkit - Theory and practice of counselling and psychotherapy Naidu T, Ramlal S 2016 Through the development of increasingly complex human social groups, social and economic changes and challenges, industrialisation, technological advancement, global mobility and electronic communication, a significant gap of care has more

Talking, Feeling, and Doing Game R.A. Gardner, M.D. Here is a non-threatening way to uncover and treat psychological problems in children. This appealing game is especially useful with those who are inhibited or uncooperative in therapy. Players respond to questions on game cards, receiving reward chips for relevant answers. (In this more

Teen Sense M. Mitlin, LICSW This unique game gives adolescents a chance to consider and discuss difficult issues that crop up in their daily lives. By asking them to look at and resolve uncomfortable, embarrassing, or problematic interpersonal situations, it gives them practice working out relationships with their peers and with the adults more

The Animal Family E Botha These colourful animals with different facial expressions assist with projections either individually or in group situations. Consists of: 40 Cards Ten different animals Each with four different facial expressions. Information more

The house where the cat lives   The house together with family members and a cat, can be used to play/project family roles. The complete set consists of: - One A3 inside and ouside house. - 1 Magnet family more

Self-Concept Game B. Berg, Ph.D. Self-Concept Game This appealing board game is an excellent way to engage- and treat – children who are too old for puppets and toys, but too young to express themselves readily in therapy. It gives children a clearer, more realistic picture of themselves in five areas: Scholastic Competence; more

Little Dustbin Story  E Botha An interactive story that teaches children about the healthy expression of emotions. The child and adult builds the story as it is told. The visual aspects as well as correlations in the story make it easy for children to understand and to explore alternative ways of more

Ungame R. Zakich This non-competitive game encourages people to share thoughts, feelings, and ideas as they explore a variety of topics. Players respond to cards that pose personal questions (e.g., “What are the four most important things in your life?”). A “code of silence” forces players to listen to the individual who is more

Use your I’s Game Donna L. McGoff, M.S. Learning to be assertive instead of aggressive can be very effective in reducing antisocial behaviours. And one of the best ways to teach children assertiveness skills is by training them to use “I-Messages”. An I-Message is a way to express your feelings in a non-threatening manner, by more

Want to play? E. Botha A Board Game that focuses on the following... Sensory stimulation Building the therapeutic relationship Discovering the process of the child It will give you as the therapist more information and assesses the following aspects of the child... Likes and dislikes Dreams and wishes more

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