CBT 123: The Hilariously Fun Game that Empowers Kids and Teens to Take Charge of Their Thoughts, Actions, and Emotions (Version 2.0)

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CBT 123: The Hilariously Fun Game that Empowers Kids and Teens to Take Charge of Their Thoughts, Actions, and Emotions (Version 2.0)
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  • New updated version 2.0: Now with 80% more cards for more diverse gameplay!
  • Uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to teach kids and teens how their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are connected
  • Players work to pick up sets of 1, 2, and 3 cards, acting out the fun situations on the sets
  • Extremely easy to learn and put into practice. A game can be played in 15-20 minutes

Learn how thoughts, behaviors and feelings are connected while having a blast. It’s as easy as 1,2,3!

In this fun and interactive game, players use memory and skill to hunt for sets of cards 1 through 3. While answering questions in silly situations, participants learn the basics of CBT. With hundreds of possibilities, CBT 123 is a fun, easy to play game you’ll turn to time and again. Complies with ASTM-F963-17.

Additional Product Info

Recommended Ages: Ages 7 through 15
Grade Level: Grades 2 through 10
Players: 2 - 4
Printed in: China
WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD - small parts
Not for children 3 years or under
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I am a child psychotherapist
by Melissa Skirpan
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April 16 2018
I am a child psychotherapist and I have used this game with almost every single one of my 30 clients. They range in age from 4 to 23. Everybody loves the game, they think and talk about their feelings, and there’s always laughter! I highly recommend this game and this site.
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My kids and I have really enjoyed this game
by julliette Grant
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April 26 2018
My kids and I have really enjoyed this game. It is fun and you certainly get information out of them. My only sadness is that there are not more cards. Perhaps and extended pack can be looked into?
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I absolutely love this game! Such a fun and silly way for kids to...
by Christena Lang
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January 21 2019
I absolutely love this game! Such a fun and silly way for kids to begin opening up and answer questions they may typically shy away from. I make sure to ask more questions about the topic after we get done laughing and before going onto next card. Also love that there are so many options that you can play it more than once and not be bored with it
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I have used this product with some of my elementary aged clients-...
by Kristafordx2
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April 16 2019
I have used this product with some of my elementary aged clients- it's a great tool use to get kids engaged in therapy, and learn the difference between out thoughts, feelings, and behaviors.
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Hard to do with just one client.
by Jilleenbarfield
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June 26 2019
Hard to do with just one client.
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I use this one during virtual teletherapy. I have a dice in my girls...
by K Wallace
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May 21 2020
I use this one during virtual teletherapy. I have a dice in my girls group and pick who goes first. I then pick a 1 & 3 card. A lot of the #2 cards cant be used because it says things like "to the person next to you"..since we are virtual it doesnt work so i make up something for #2 like "do it while your eyes or closed or just leave it out.
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Great for middle schoolers. Easy to get them to participate, share,...
by Prob
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October 10 2019
Great for middle schoolers. Easy to get them to participate, share, and help each other be silly. Only complaint is that some of the 1's cards could be written in simplified language to help the students with reading challenges. I was able to help them, but worth noting.
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My 12 year old and I laughed so much. We played 3 rounds. I can...
by Ptsd and ASD
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April 1 2019
My 12 year old and I laughed so much. We played 3 rounds. I can imagine even more laughing with a group. This game will be so helpful with our emergency and respite care foster kids too.
Would be great for a youthworker, or, school counsellor also.
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fun engaging game to play with teens & kids
by Chris Bongardt
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October 1 2019
fun engaging game to play with teens & kids
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I love that this game helps kids differentiate their thoughts from...
by Jenny
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February 24 2020
I love that this game helps kids differentiate their thoughts from feelings and kids also enjoy playing it. The #3 cards make it silly and fun! I've had this game for a week and all the kids that asked to play it have loved it!
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I bought this game as a fun way to engage with some of my younger...
by New PTS Customer
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February 28 2020
I bought this game as a fun way to engage with some of my younger population to help make therapy a little more fun. I look forward to using these to make things more enjoyable.
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how kids can role play their thoughts, love it.
by Gladis Rendon
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March 5 2020
how kids can role play their thoughts, love it.
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Great game that is fun and yet teaches kiddos great skills!
by Anita Reynoso
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April 11 2020
Great game that is fun and yet teaches kiddos great skills!
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Very fun for the kids to play. Good conversation starters, as well.
by FUN GAME
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April 13 2020
Very fun for the kids to play. Good conversation starters, as well.
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Such a fun and easy tool to use! A great way to spark those difficult...
by Alicia Adamczyk
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May 11 2020
Such a fun and easy tool to use! A great way to spark those difficult conversations, especially with teens! I’m using this with adults in residential care and they love it too. All too often trauma forces us to disconnect from the fun and silly in life, what a cool way to rediscover that, while learning and growing!
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I am an MFT and this game has helped with so many of my clients! The...
by Desiree Gonzales
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May 23 2020
I am an MFT and this game has helped with so many of my clients! The cards give opportunities to family’s and individuals to work through some of their presenting issues while laughing and show each other a softer funny side.
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Love that this game gives me a tool to help kids process feelings a...
by Jacob Slagle
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June 2 2020
Love that this game gives me a tool to help kids process feelings a thoughts!
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My teen loves this game
by Rhonda Denman
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June 25 2020
My teen loves this game
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This is a fun way to utilize CBT skills, and have fun while doing it!...
by Amanda Monde
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July 20 2020
This is a fun way to utilize CBT skills, and have fun while doing it!
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Clients seem to like the game and silly questions
by Emelia L Thygesen
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September 1 2020
Clients seem to like the game and silly questions
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