Product Number : 350260
Written by Richard A. Gardner, M.D. The storytelling technique is one of the most popular tools in child psychotherapy. Children's self-created stories provide psychotherapists with valuable insights into the conscious and unconscious problems with which their patients are dealing. This game is based on the principle that children are more likely to provide stories in the context of a mildly competitive game in which reward chips and prizes are given. Children use any of 24 scene cards (living room, backyard, classroom, kitchen, etc.) and 30 cardboard figures to tell their stories. A helpful instructional booklet is included. This game is very compatible with The Mutual Story Telling Technique.
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24 Picture cards (20 depict a scene free from either humans or animals, 4 blank)
30 Human figurines (depicting people from infancy to old age)
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