Examples

The games we have created are suitable for a wide range of therapeutic needs. Here are some examples:

  • Intake and assessment: What does this client (and this client’s family) really expect from therapy?
  • Creating, and then refining, a treatment plan: This is especially useful for Brief Therapy clients and clients with limited insurance resources.
  • Ending therapy, not just stopping: Helping clients plan for the end of therapy, and life after.
  • Exploring the therapeutic relationship with your  clients:  These games give them a way to tell you what they need, something direct questioning does not usually elicit.