Questions for Counseling- divorce, feelings, coping, social skills, study skills

Questions for Counseling- divorce, feelings, coping, social skills, study skills
Questions for Counseling- divorce, feelings, coping, social skills, study skills
Questions for Counseling- divorce, feelings, coping, social skills, study skills
Questions for Counseling- divorce, feelings, coping, social skills, study skills
Questions for Counseling- divorce, feelings, coping, social skills, study skills
Questions for Counseling- divorce, feelings, coping, social skills, study skills
Questions for Counseling- divorce, feelings, coping, social skills, study skills
Questions for Counseling- divorce, feelings, coping, social skills, study skills
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I have compiled lists of therapeutic questions to use with children or youth in counseling sessions. The topics are:

1- Divorce

2- Feelings & Coping

3- Social Skills

4- Study skills

5- Self esteem

You can also check out version 2 of Questions for Counseling with the following topics:

1- Anger

2- Worry & Anxiety

3- All About Me

4- Grief

5- Self-Regulation

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Questions-2-for-Counseling-anger-worry-all-about-me-grief-self-regulation-4036921

** Note: these questions can be adapted to use with pretty much any game. This is a great ice breaker and a way to focus on specific topics that the child may be struggling with.

Suggested setup:

1) Print pages 3-12 (double sided)

2) Laminate

3) Using a popular block-building game in which you stack blocks 3x3, use a label maker or permanent marker to put a # on every block from 1-48.

4) Time to play! Choose a topic that relates best to the child you're working with and use that list of questions during the game. You (or the child) will push a piece out of the tower, and then will ask the other player the question that corresponds to the # that is on their chosen block.

** Alternative way:

If your blocks are not numbered, you can either close your eyes and pick a # on the sheet of paper, OR, cut up small numbers (1-48), put in a bowl or hat, and then choose a number each turn.

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