This activity is useful in so many ways: as an ice-breaker, as an activity to teach/discuss communication, as a character education or social-emotional learning lesson . . . even as a way to demonstrate problem solving and deductive/inductive reasoning. It is an adaptation of a game we played in college called “Psychologist” or “Psycho” where a volunteer from the group must figure out the problems the community has in communicating. The activity can be used with young and young-at-heart alike! I have used this with middle-school students, high-school students, with students and their families, and even with staff during professional development meetings. It seems that new things are discovered every time I’ve used it. This resource includes the "how to" of the activity along with questionnaires that may be used during the activity or as a reflection tool prior to a discussion. Have fun! Play with it! Interject your own style and adapt it to your class or meeting!