Solution City Board Game

Publisher:Creative Therapy
Solution City Board Game
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by Ned Engel, Ed.D., Ph.D., ABPP, Julie Banister, M.A., CAS, Jill Elaine Bennett, M.A., CAS, Kimberli K. Breen, M.S., CAS, Patrick S. O'Donnell, M.S., CAS, and Anthony Sasso, M.A., CAS

Ages 8-15. 2-6 players. Combining concrete psychological knowledge and an exciting treasure hunt, Solution City promises to become a play therapy staple. Players earn stickers by successfully answering game card questions from each of six categories (school, bus, car, home, playground, and activity). In the process, they add crucial psychological coping skills to their repertoires.

By playing the game, children can master each of the following problem-solving skills: Reframing, Doing Something Different, Remembering Exceptions, and Asking the Magic Question. Children learn to focus on potential solutions to problems by taking decisive action to make things right, instead of dwelling on what's wrong.

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Recommended Ages: Not specified. See product description.
Printed in: USA
CHOKING HAZARD - small parts
Not for children 3 years or under
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Like trivial persuit
by Larisa
March 7 2017
It's like trivial pursuit, but the questions are all about cognitive re framing. From the instructions "all game cards give players an opportunity to, doing something different, remembering exceptions, asking the magic question". I have used this in group many many times, and really like the thought provoking questions. It is definitely for upper elementary and above, and even then kids can really struggle with the concepts and get frustrated. A fun adjunct for kids learning CBT or ACT. It is not really competitive, and doesn't have much activity so it won't be able to keep the attention of some kids for more than 20 minutes.
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