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Digital Toss Your Cookies

Emetophobia Teletherapy Game for Kids

With Digital Toss Your Cookies, you can bring the magic of play into your telehealth sessions while engaging kids in exposures to vomit-themed words, emojis, and cartoons. 🎮 🤢

Want to play in person? Find the printable version here.

Age Range: 8 and up

Number of Players: 2 or more

Toss Your Cookies is designed to support kids in practicing exposures to their fear of vomit and vomiting in a playful way. Through the card game, they practice strategies and skills to quiet emetophobia.

You'll receive a PCIO file that enables you to upload and play the game on the platform. Say goodbye to physical cards and embrace the convenience of a digital deck for your teletherapy sessions.

Setup is a breeze with our video and written walkthroughs, showing you step-by-step how to upload the game to the platform.

We’ve got you covered with all the essential goodies inside:

🎮 Digital gameplay on No more physical cards required.

📚 Therapist guide: Printable game play instructions for quick reference.

🔧 Simple setup: Follow our detailed written and video walkthroughs to easily upload the game to

📹 Video tutorials: Step-by-step guidance on game setup, gameplay, and customization options.

👥 Flexibility: Adjust the cards, remove the background, and set the number of players to suit your needs.

Together, we can banish the fear of vomit one card at a time!

Illustrated by Ashley Bruce

What’s Included

Digital Toss Your Cookies

A PCIO file for playing the game on is a free platform for playing games online. Please note that this file is only compatible with the platform and will not open on your desktop.

two laptops one displaying the website with a purple arrow pointing a the second laptop displaying the digital version of toss your cookies, an emetophobia teletherapy game

Therapist Guide

A 9-page guide featuring a written walkthrough of game setup, printable game play instructions, and links to three video tutorials—How to Set Up, How to Play, and How to Customize Digital Toss Your Cookies.

Shows the pages inside the therapist guide including links to tutorial video and game play instructions for digital toss your cookies

DISCLAIMER: Please be aware that Emotionanigans, LLC, the creator of this product, is not affiliated with We assume no responsibility for the platform's performance and can only provide support within the intended usage of the purchased files on the platform as of the purchase date.

This is an instant digital download. You will not receive a physical product in the mail. Upon purchase, you will immediately receive a link to download your order in your email.

You will get the following files:
  • ZIP (10MB)
  • PDF (57KB)

Please Note

Terms of Sale + License for Use

By purchasing Products through our Website, you are agreeing to the full Terms of Purchase and, in return, we are providing you with a limited, non-transferable, non-exclusive, revocable, small business commercial use license (“License”) to use the Products with your clients and/or students only. This means that copying, reselling, or sharing our Products with other therapists to use with their clients or students is not allowed. If you have additional team members who need access to our Products, you will need to purchase an additional Product for each user.

Return Policy

Due to the nature of digital products being immediately accessible upon purchase, we do not allow for returns or refunds.


These resources have been created and curated by Kim Lange, LCMHC & Emotionanigans, LLC as a supplement to therapy with a qualified counseling professional with appropriate training and experience. Nothing in the resources constitutes medical advice. You understand and agree that these resources are not a replacement for professional therapy and that purchasing or otherwise obtaining them does not establish a therapist-client relationship. You further acknowledge and agree that these resources are not a replacement for appropriate training and clinical supervision, and purchasing them does not establish a therapist-supervisor relationship. You agree not to practice outside your scope of competency and to defer to your professional judgment in utilizing these resources.