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01 Family Circle

The Family Circle is a product of the Institute for Cognitive Behavior Management which maintains the sole rights to the product, although these may be contracted to participating professionals. BACKGROUND GOAL BASED SCENARIOS This learning environment is designed to...

06 Thought Stopping

Clinical Prompt Step 1 List Unwanted Thoughts Step 2 List Pleasant Thoughts Step 3 Entertain Unwanted Thoughts Step 4 Interrupt Unwanted Thoughts Step 5 Switch to Pleasant Thoughts Step 6 Repeat with variations - shout - normal voice - whisper - subvocal Step 7 Use in...

Self Discovery Games

Family Totem Pole ~ From the book "104 Activities That Build:" ~ A totem pole is a tall woodcarving consisting of animal heads and/or bodies and is used to tell Native American stories or legends. A family totem pole can be created to tell the story of a family in a...

Self Esteem Games

Self-esteem Games To You, But From Who? ~ From the book "104 Activities That Build:" ~ Sometimes it is difficult to hear and accept compliments, especially when the compliment is given in front of other people. But if those compliments are a part of a guessing game,...

Coping Skills Games

Family Fun Times ~ From the book "104 Activities That Build:" ~ Some families do many things together while others just seem to live in the same house but don't do much together. Activities can build relationships among family members if everyone enjoys what the...

Anger Control Games

The Unfair Game ~ From the book "104 Activities That Build" ~ Sometimes life can really seem unfair! For some unfortunate people, life may seem even more unfair than for others. This game is unfair, but don't tell that to those who are playing until it is all over...

07 Flooding

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled ‘Thoughts & Feelings’ and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger...