Impulse Control Time Machine Board Game

$24.95

13 in stock

SKU: D203-Net

Using a past/present/future “orbit,” this unique board game allows players to identify past successes, be mindful of the present, and plan for the future, all elements of good impulse control! Not only does the content of the game use best practice impulse control techniques, the actual process of the game play itself uses best practices as it requires that players reflect and look ahead while moving around the game board. Players will benefit from the game by:

  • Gaining insight into their impulsuive behaviors
  • Examining consequences of impulsive behaviors
  • Problem-solving
  • Practicing mindfulness
  • Planning/looking ahead
  • Identifying successes

Game includes:

  • Laminated game board
  • Four (4) time machine game pieces
  • Three (3) sets of playing cards
  • Three (3) sets of coins
  • Die
  • Instructions plus two (2) reproducible worksheets
Written by Tonia Caselman, Joshua Cantwell, Jeff Pfohl
Grades 2-6
2-4 Players

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Tonia Caselman, PhD, LCSW, is an Associate Professor at the University of Oklahoma. She also maintains a private practice where she specializes in children and families. She is the author/co-author of several journal articles and books, including Impulse Control for Elementary Students, Impulse Control for Middle Schoolers, Boundaries, and Empathy: The Social Emotion. She is also co-author of several therapeutic games, including The Impulse Control Game, Remote Control Impulse Control, and Boundaries Baseball.

Joshua Cantwell

Josh Cantwell serves as Chief Operating Officer at Grand Lake Mental Health Center, Inc. (GLMHC). During his more than a decade of service, he has held many clinical and administrative roles. He has been instrumental in the development and oversite of multiple innovative programs, including Grand Lake Mental Health Center’s 24/7 treatment model. This model utilizes mobile technology and numerous levels of care to provide instant, face-to-face access to treatment and assessment when and where it is needed. The model focuses on treating individuals in the least restrictive environment and has produced significant outcomes related to the reduction of psychiatric hospitalizations for those living in Northeastern and Northcentral Oklahoma. Josh is a firm believer in the philosophy that the impossible is just the possible that is yet to be tamed. Josh has created and published over 20 therapeutic games focusing on mental health and substance use issues. Josh holds a master’s degree in Social Work from The University of Oklahoma. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and a Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist.

Tonia Caselman, PhD, LCSW, is an Associate Professor at the University of Oklahoma. She also maintains a private practice where she specializes in children and families. She is the author/co-author of several journal articles and books, including Impulse Control for Elementary Students, Impulse Control for Middle Schoolers, Boundaries, and Empathy: The Social Emotion. She is also co-author of several therapeutic games, including The Impulse Control Game, Remote Control Impulse Control, and Boundaries Baseball.

Joshua Cantwell

Josh Cantwell serves as Chief Operating Officer at Grand Lake Mental Health Center, Inc. (GLMHC). During his more than a decade of service, he has held many clinical and administrative roles. He has been instrumental in the development and oversite of multiple innovative programs, including Grand Lake Mental Health Center’s 24/7 treatment model. This model utilizes mobile technology and numerous levels of care to provide instant, face-to-face access to treatment and assessment when and where it is needed. The model focuses on treating individuals in the least restrictive environment and has produced significant outcomes related to the reduction of psychiatric hospitalizations for those living in Northeastern and Northcentral Oklahoma. Josh is a firm believer in the philosophy that the impossible is just the possible that is yet to be tamed. Josh has created and published over 20 therapeutic games focusing on mental health and substance use issues. Josh holds a master’s degree in Social Work from The University of Oklahoma. He is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and a Certified Peer Recovery Support Specialist.

$24.95

13 in stock

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