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schoolsocialworkerblog: “ I have searched and searched for printable “Jenga” questions to use in social work sessions and found none! I found lists of questions but none that I could print onto file... Coaching, Counselling Activities, Pre K, Therapy Games, Therapeutic Games, Counseling Games, Therapy Counseling, Therapy Activities, Therapeutic Activities
schoolsocialworkerblog: “ I have searched and searched for printable “Jenga” questions to use in social work sessions and found none! I found lists of questions but none that I could print onto file...
Therapeutic Jenga: These questions spark a lot of conversation, help build rapport, encourage self-expression and let me gather some great information in an engaging way. Play like regular jenga but... Counseling Resources, Counseling, Counseling Activities, Counseling Psychology
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Therapeutic Jenga: These questions spark a lot of conversation, help build rapport, encourage self-expression and let me gather some great information in an engaging way. Play like regular jenga but...
4 in 1 jenga.pdf  Impulse Control, Attachment, Feelings and Social Skills Primary School Counselling, Home, 4 In 1, Control, 4 In, Google Drive, Impulse Control, Problem Solving, Executive Functioning
4 in 1 jenga.pdf
4 in 1 jenga.pdf Impulse Control, Attachment, Feelings and Social Skills
My very own conversation Jenga. Super easy to do! Leadership, Life Hacks, English, Group Counseling, Group Therapy, Getting To Know You
My very own conversation Jenga. Super easy to do!
JENGA ADDICTION ACTIVITY: Do not stack up the blocks before beginning. Have clients make suggestions on how building the tower can relate to recovery. Write questions on the bottom of the blocks which the clients pull and answer out loud. Questions like “What is your biggest regret”, “What is your greatest fear”, “If you could change anything in your life what would it be?” While the tower is becoming less and less stable, again ask them, how the tower can relate to their recovery process. Group Therapy Activities, Group Counseling Activities, Codependency Recovery, Addiction Counseling
JENGA ADDICTION ACTIVITY: Do not stack up the blocks before beginning. Have clients make suggestions on how building the tower can relate to recovery. Write questions on the bottom of the blocks which the clients pull and answer out loud. Questions like “What is your biggest regret”, “What is your greatest fear”, “If you could change anything in your life what would it be?” While the tower is becoming less and less stable, again ask them, how the tower can relate to their recovery process.
several pieces of paper with words on them sitting on top of a table next to a chair
Feelings Jenga
Feelings Jenga: Draw a block and describe a time youve experienced this emotion. This would be great for our grief camp! Also cited w/more info@ http://elementaryschoolcounselingresources.blogspot.com/2013/01/feelings-jenga-this-is-activity-i-use.html
there are many pieces of wood with words on them
Get to Know You Jenga-- KWebb! Sisterhood!
Get to Know You Jenga-- KWebb! Sisterhood! by isabella
a table with some words on it and an image of the same thing that is in each
Getting to Know You Jenga - A new spin on an old game! from Rachel Lynette on TeachersNotebook.com (3 pages)
Getting to Know You
the table has two different types of words and numbers on it, including one for each word
Social Worker World
Therapeutic Jenga (Getting to Know You ONLY)
a printable poem for kids to read about the feelings and feelings in their life
Atividades Inglês
Get to know you writing project. Learn from yourself about you, the writer; it will make you smile. #giftkone
a table with some words on it and an image of the same thing that is in each
Get To Know You Jenga
Creative Elementary School Counselor - Get To Know You Jenga
an orange poster with the words 5 simple and effective techniques
The Caregiver Space
5 Simple and Effective Communication Techniques
self esteem worksheets | Self-Esteem Journal | Therapist Aid Motivation, Organisation, Dbt Self Help, Self Esteem Worksheets
Self-Esteem Journal | Worksheet | Therapist Aid
self esteem worksheets | Self-Esteem Journal | Therapist Aid
Social Skills for Children and Teens: “I was first!” “You are doing it wrong!” “I want to go next!” “Can I be first!” These are a few statements from students that most likely exhibit leadership skills. They are often told to go to the end of the line, or given a consequence for telling someone what to do, but maybe they need someone to tell them “what to do.”  Click on picture for more information.  #Social #Skills #Students Apps, School Counselor, Social Skills Activities, Social Skills For Kids, Social Skills For Children, Social Skills Autism, School Social Work, Teaching Social Skills
Social Skills for Children and Teens: “I was first!” “You are doing it wrong!” “I want to go next!” “Can I be first!” These are a few statements from students that most likely exhibit leadership skills. They are often told to go to the end of the line, or given a consequence for telling someone what to do, but maybe they need someone to tell them “what to do.” Click on picture for more information. #Social #Skills #Students