Simulations  Family Games

There are six games for use by undergraduate and graduate programs, psychologists, social and case workers, law schools, and business schools. The games teach skills in group problem-solving, leadership, mediation, and negotiation.

----- Planning the Family Vacation ----- A great game to tease out family dynamics and how each member can influence the outcome of a negotiation in positive and negative ways; the game has roles for the mother, father, teenagers, pre-teens, and pet; in addition to public information, everyone has secret facts.

----- Dividing Grandma's Things ----- A semi-dysfunctional family decides how to divide up grandmother's estate; as always there are interesting secret facts and multitudinous reasons for everyone to cooperate or to self-destruct in bitter recriminations.

----- Getting Divorced ----- While these people would normally not be in the same room together, through the miracle of role-play simulations and our active fantasy world, they all meet to explore the more efficient ways to handle a looming divorce; the husband, wife, other woman, mother of the wife, best friends, and children try to resolve the difficult issues.

----- Staying Married ----- How the rocky road of a marriage can be smoothed by the concerted efforts of the wife, husband, children, best friends, and others.

----- Planning Dad's Future ----- How the children, grandchildren, a social worker, and lawyer can help grandfather make the best decision while he is experiencing declining mental faculties.

----- Saving Romeo and Juliet ----- How two families and various authorities can best problem-solve to keep two star-crossed lovers from wreaking havoc on themselves, their relatives, and the community at-large.

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