August 2021 Chat Chains Giveaway
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Can you believe it’s August already? It seems like this summer has flown by and we’re not getting ready for the return to school. While bittersweet, I think we are looking forward to a return to a “more normal” school year this time around. One thing we are all worried about is the impact that 1.5 years of lockdown has had on our kids. As a psychologist, I have seen first-hand the mental health impact that this pandemic has created.

One way you can help children talk about their feelings is using our social emotional learning game, Chat Chains!

Chat Chains is a 2+ player game to help children, adolescents, and adults develop their conversation skills. In the game, players select conversation topics that are designed to stimulate both fun and meaningful conversations. More difficult and emotionally vulnerable topics earn more points for players.

The game has cooperative and competitive elements. Players work together to maintain a conversation and earn points by building a Chat Chain with response cards. Players also compete to get a high score each round by being a good conversation partner (e.g., by asking lots of questions and demonstrating effective non-verbal behavior). There are multiple play styles and difficulty levels to keep players interested through many rounds of play.

It’s really easy to enter the giveaway – just follow the instructions in the box below and you’ll be automatically entered to win. We will never sell your information or send you SPAM. If you sign up for our newsletter, you can opt out at any time. Giveaway ends August 26th and winners will be notified by September 3rd. Open to United States residents ages 18 years and up.

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Anton Shcherbakov, Psy.D, BCBA

Anton Shcherbakov, Psy.D, BCBA

Dr. Anton Shcherbakov is a licensed Practicing Psychologist (NJ Lic. #35SI00592000) and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA #1-14-16071). He received his bachelor’s degree in psychology and his doctorate in clinical psychology (Psy.D) from Rutgers University. He has been working in the field of behavior analysis for over 10 years. He specializes in assessments and consultation for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder in clinic, home, and school settings. He has provided training and professional development to teachers and psychologists on topics ranging from using mindfulness for reducing stress in the classroom to management of challenging behavior. He has also presented at local and national conferences on subjects such as behavior analysis and provider attitudes towards evidence-based practice.

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