Counseling games

Discover a variety of interactive and engaging counseling games that can be used to enhance therapy sessions. Explore different techniques and strategies to make counseling sessions more effective and enjoyable for clients.
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9 collaborative and board games that teach social skills to kids. Includes recommended ages and what skills are targeted for each game

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Adrien Winning
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Ok, so we need to talk about coping skills, specifically teaching coping skills SEL lessons at the middle school level. For a number of reasons, in the last

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Robin Edmonds-Yeager
I don't know about you, but I love using games to break the ice for small group or indvidual counseling sessions. Games help students get comfortable, allowing them to open up and better explain how they are feeling. My absolute favorite game to play with students is Jenga. Check out my 7 favorite games! Group Counseling Games, Games For Counseling, Connect Four Therapy Game, Social Emotional Games For Elementary, Jenga Social Skills Game, Emotion Jenga, Getting To Know You Therapy Activities, Jenga Therapy Game, Connect 4 Therapy Game

I don't know about you, but I love using games to break the ice for small group or indvidual counseling sessions. Games help students get comfortable, allowing them to open up and better explain how they are feeling. My absolute favorite game to play with students is Jenga. Check out my 7 favorite games!

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Mrs. Bell The Crafty Counselor
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A few weeks ago I was preparing professional development for first and second year teachers in my school district. New teachers not only need the basics of classroom management, routines, procedures and relationships....but this year they also need training on how to effectively be a remote educator. The first year of teaching is difficult under normal circumstances, but this is no normal year. I feel for these first year teachers as so much extra is being added to their already overflowing…

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Cyndy Raper-Henderson
Ideas for Counseling Kids with Poor Emotional Regulation and Anger Management - The Counseling Fanny Pack Tolerance Activities, Emotional Support Classroom, Anger Management Activities For Kids, Anger Management Games, Emotional Regulation Activities, Group Counseling Activities, Group Therapy Activities, Anger Management Activities, Counseling Games

Helping kids with poor emotional regulation or anger management is tough! Here are some counseling ideas and activities to help support them.

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Lapetina, Maria
Kids of all ages love playing games! School counseling games are no different! Kids of all ages seem to enjoy a game one-on-one or even if it’s skill’s based. I like to incorporate games into my small groups, individual and classroom lessons. Over the years, I have accumulated quite a big selection and I wanted to take some time to share a few of my favorites! New Student Small Group Counseling, Individual Counseling Activities Middle School, Small Group Counseling Elementary, School Counseling Lessons Elementary, Counseling Lessons For Elementary, Middle School Group Therapy Activities, School Counselor Office Ideas, Middle School Counseling Activities, Elementary School Counseling Activities

Kids of all ages love playing games! School counseling games are no different! Kids of all ages seem to enjoy a game one-on-one or even if it’s skill’s based. I like to incorporate games into my small groups, individual and classroom lessons. Over the years, I have accumulated quite a big selection and I wanted to take some time to share a few of my favorites!

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Simply Imperfect Counselor | Curriculum Writer + Counseling Tips