Product Number : W-409CDV
Self-Concept Thinking Skills Puppet DVD
by Berthold Berg, Ph.D.
This most engaging component of Berg's self-concept program clearly demonstrates the nine cognitive-behavioral principles taught by the game, workbook, and story cards. The DVD presents two vignettes for each skill and two scenes (positive and negative models) for each vignette. An accompanying manual provides scripts, so you can easily present the skits yourself if you prefer. Best used in tandem with at least one of the other self-concept tools by Berg, this is an ideal introduction to game playing or storytelling sessions, especially for younger children.
Skill 1: Accepting Compliments
Skill 2: Making Realistic Comparisons
Skill 3: Accepting Failures
Skill 4: Minimizing Criticism
Skill 5: Recognizing Your Strengths
Skill 6: Expecting What's Reasonable
Skill 7: Expecting Success
Skill 8: Praising Yourself
Skill 9: Taking Credit
Other products in the self-concept series:
The Self-Concept Game
The Self-Concept Game is an excellent tool to improve self-esteem. This appealing board game is an great way to engage—and treat—children who are too old for puppets and toys, but too young to express themselves readily in therapy.
The Self-Concept Workbook
This workbook supplements the Self-Concept Game. It reinforces self-esteem by encouraging a realistic evaluation of strengths and weaknesses.
Self-Concept Story Cards
Here is the answer for client-centered therapists who want to add some structure to counseling sessions. Children's responses to the illustrations and your story prompts reveal needs and conflicts.
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