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Playing CBT Game 1 – The Three Children

Saturday, October 6th, 2018

The Three Children – Presenting the cognitive behavioral model, according to which automatic thoughts influence emotions and behavior.

Playing CBT Game 2 – Board game, beginners’ stage

Saturday, October 6th, 2018

Board game, beginners’ stage – Game objective – The game enables a friendly dialogue between players who experience different events in the game and react to them, thereby allowing children to reveal their inner world in an indirect and fun manner. Suitable for initial sessions.

Playing CBT 3 – Board game, advanced stage

Saturday, October 6th, 2018

Board game, advanced stage – Game objective – In addition to the dialogue and the various components of the emotional experience in stage 2, we added the coping thoughts cards and body sensations. In addition, at the end, all participants may win more tokens by making connections between the cards; this allows you as therapists to examine whether the child has internalized what they have learned during the sessions.

Playing CBT Game 4 – Identifying and Naming Emotions

Saturday, October 6th, 2018
Identifying and Naming Emotion – This game provides a glimpse into the child’s thinking style, as well as his/her emotional repertoire. If the Child’s repertoire seems limited, you may want to work with him/her on identifying and naming emotions.

playing CBT Game 6 – Identifying Others’ Emotions

Saturday, October 6th, 2018
  • Allowing participants to recognize that the same event may evoke different emotions in different people, since what actually influences our emotion is our automatic thought – not the event itself.
  •  Developing empathy towards others and an understanding of social contexts.

Playing CBT Game 7 – Mixed emotion

Saturday, October 6th, 2018
Mixed emotion – Acknowledging that one may experience two emotions at the same time, thus enabling a discussion about mixed emotions.

Playing CBT Game 8 – “chain of emotions”

Saturday, October 6th, 2018

“chain of emotions”- To recognize emotions that intertwine in several ways:
• Primary emotion and secondary emotion: when a person hides his/her emotion under another emotion (display sadness instead of anger).
• Emotion over emotion: When an emotion evokes another emotion. (Ashamed of being afraid)
• Mixed emotions: two emotions that come together.

Playing CBT Game 10 – Associating Emotion With Physical Sensation

Saturday, October 6th, 2018

 Associating Emotion With Physical Sensation –  Associating emotions and sensations, along with the observation that occasionally the same sensation may be associated with several emotions.

Playing CBT Game 11 – Memory game – Event – emotion

Saturday, October 6th, 2018
Memory game – Event – emotion: The purpose of the game is to enable children to understand the effect of thought on emotion by recognizing that any pair can be a match since it is thought that evokes emotion, not the event. This game is is suitable for the connecting thought and emotion stage.

 
 
 
 
 

Playing CBT game 12 – Memory game – Coping Thought-Negative Thoughts

Saturday, October 6th, 2018
Coping Thought-Negative Thoughts –  The purpose of this game is to allow participants to become familiar with coping thoughts in a fun manner during the refutation stage *pairs may be played in the same way with Thoughts cards and emotions cards.