Adapting Games for Therapy: Therapeutic Board games are expensive so here are some suggestions on how to adapt regular games to meet your needs (ex. feelings, CBT, social skills, etc. These are just sugges
Operations may be used to teach children emotional regulation strategies. Therapists may link various bones and body parts to emotional regulation strategies, having the child demonstrate these strategies when they remove these pieces from the body.
Sometimes these lessons turn into more talk and less action. This challenge is great for children with Autism or small groups working on social skills to apply and actually use what you have been working on!
Free printable guide to transform candy land into a counseling game. Using games in counseling helps children engage in therapy and communicate feelings in a non threatening format. Maybe incorporate skittles
This is a play therapy game for elementary students. They often have difficulty identifying and expressing feelings. Hopscotch can be a familiar game for a child and it can get them comfortable with expressing their feelings.