The Talking, Feeling and Doing Game is a great resource for children in a psychotherapeutic setting. This game was the first published therapeutic game created by Richard A. Gardener, M.D., in 1973. It was invented to engage the most resistant child in meaningful communication. The current version that was updated in 2015, has made this game an even more effective therapeutic tool. The Talking, Feeling and Doing Game remains to be one of the most popular counseling tools used with children in therapeutic settings. A child’s responses while playing this game will reveal the psychological issues that are most important to him or her. Three types of cards offer prompts that will engage the child and, through their responses, reveal directions for therapeutic intervention. The Talking, Feeling and Doing Game can be played with 2-6 players. It is age appropriate for users ranging from ages 4-15 years of age.
The Talking, Feeling and Doing Game Contents:
- Game Board
- 108 Talking Cards
- 108 Feeling Cards
- 108 Doing Cards
- 6 Pawns
- 2 Dice
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