Therapeutic Interventions Using Non-Therapeutic Games: Behaviour Basics for K-8 is a creative twist on the traditional practice of using games in therapy. This book takes games that everyone knows and loves and gives a concrete hands-on example of behavioural strategies for children from kindergarten through the eighth grade. The sessions and activity pages can be used by anyone who is in the role of helping children determine appropriate behaviours.
The sections within this book are divided by the behavioural skill that is being taught and the discussion topics provide a solid platform to base your session on. Also a reproducible activity sheet is included at the end of each lesson. This book covers topics such as attending organizational skills following instructions respecting others impulsivity taking responsibility making decisions and teamwork.
Author: Paula B. Cox, Ed.S, NCSC & Farra O. Criswell, M.S., LPC
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