Golden Coins, Set of 12
Set of 12 plastic coins fro pretend play.
Four great games at a terrific price! Whether youre just getting started or a seasoned clinician this an excellent package to augment your collecti...View full details
Each game in this package serves an important counseling function. This package includes: - The Social and Emotional Competence Game: A fun way to...View full details
The Social & Emotional Competence Game, developed by Dr. Gary, continues to be our best selling board game. Children who are able to initiate a...View full details
The first published therapeutic game, by Richard A. Gardner, M.D., is still one of the most popular tools used in child psychotherapy! This therapy...View full details
This kit contains items to symbolize many different addictions. These items are intended for the sand tray and are not toys. Kit includes: -Fake ...View full details
Set of grief miniatures of varying sizes. Set Includes: -1.75 x 1.5 inch resin rainbow -Unfinished Wood Coffin with hinged lid. Measures 6 x 3 inch...View full details
This Symbolic Items set features: Window: An authentic looking wood frame miniature window. It is 5.5 tall and 3 wide. Wood Door: This is a real wo...View full details
Our Basic Starter Set gives you a great selection to start your sand therapy miniature collection. Included in this set are: -Mini Family Set of 2...View full details
This set of 24 mini family figures contains four different families each with a mom, dad, son, daughter, baby and cat. This set is especially usefu...View full details
Four contemporary 8-piece families. Each family includes grandparents, children, and parents. Made of durable, soft vinyl. The tallest figure is ab...View full details
This great set is great for therapists who are just starting out, or for the seasoned professional who wants to update their collection. These hig...View full details
Now the mood dudes can stick to your fridge, file cabinet, or any other metal surface. A small frame can be moved to indicate how you're feeling to...View full details
By Amy Fletcher, Baby Schooling While psychologists advise parents to wait four years between children this seldom happens. The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) reports that 17.5% of parents have a 13 to 24 month age gap between...