Directions: This game is played in a group. First someone volunteers to be the “therapist.” Everyone else is the “patient”. The therapist leaves the room while those remaining behind decide what kind of patient they are—what their disorder is. For example, the patient could have a phobia of heights, or amnesia, etc. When the group decides what malady it has, the therapist returns. He tries to guess what’s ailing the patient by querying each player with questions.
Suzanne’s note: This is a fun party game for teens and adults.