Resilient Kids Boot Camp Game

Resilient Kids Boot Camp Game

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  • Helps kids and families handle STRESS!
  • 80 cards developing Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) sklls of mindfulness, emotional regulation, distress tolerance, & social skills
  • Developed by licensed mental health professional with 20 years of experience
  • Coping skills game for educators, counselors, parents & families to play together
  • Builds grit and resilience

Is your child or family stressed out? This game can help! It will teach your kids what they need to know in order to handle challenging feelings and situations, such as: bullying, friendship problems, grief & loss, impulsivity & anger, anxiety & depression, addictive behaviors, concentration & academic stressors, and self-esteem issues. Resilient Kids Boot Camp was developed by a licensed mental health professional with over 20 years of experience. 

Based on the core skills of Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), this board game teaches kids a skill set that will help them become more resilient during stressful times. Specifically, they will learn to develop mindfulness and social skills, as well as how to regulate emotions and handle stress. Current research indicates resilience is a skill set that can be enhanced with practice. The instructional guide details the rules, reasons to play, creative uses, as well as the significance of this ground breaking game.

 

Sample cards:

  • Andre stole Sophie's lunch. Sophie is mad and wants to hit Andre. How can Sophie ride out her strong emotions, and not act out negatively?
  • Making and accepting apologies are very helpful communication skills. Give an example of when you said "sorry" to someone. How did it turn out?
  • Jenny's parents are divorcing and fighting a lot. Jenny is feeling angry. What activities could Jenny do to help distract herself?

Additional Product Info

Publisher: Not specified
Recommended Ages: Ages 6 through 18
Grade Level: Grades K through 12
Choking hazard - small parts - not for children 3 years or under

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