Product Number : 337702
Includes 11 blue Self-Esteem cards, 11 yellow Positive Lifestyle cards, 11 green Coping Skills cards, 11 magenta Relationships cards, 4 blank cards, plus instructions
For 6-12 players
Ages: 15 and up
A Helping Hand Card Game created by Ann Chapleau, MS, OTR. An interactive game addressing self-esteem, positive lifestyle, coping skills, and relationships. Interactive card game gives group members the opportunity to both identify personal growth needs and ask for supportive feedback/advice from group members, while staying focused on essential life skills.
Participants take turns requesting and offering feedback in four areas: Self-Esteem, Positive Lifestyle, Coping Skills, and Relationships. Cards are color-coded by category. Each category has 11 cards plus one blank, to write in your own, allowing you to meet the needs of each group and provide engaging variations each time you play. Includes 48 3-1/2" x 4 " cards, plus instructions. Designed to be played with 6-12 players. Intended for ages 15 and up.
Sample Questions: Note: All cards begin with "Can someone give me a hand with..."
Can someone give me a hand with how to cope with my fear of __________?
Can someone give me a hand with dealing with my anger toward __________?
Can someone give me a hand with organizing my time?
Can someone give me a hand with finding ways to take better care of myself?
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