Social Skills for kids

Social Skills Group Ages 9-13 (December 20th Session)

Social Skill Sessions are for children ages 9-13 who have difficulty attending to, understanding, and responding appropriately to others’ social cues. In these sessions, participants will learn and practice the skills necessary to be successful in group settings (i.e., classrooms, peer groups, family interactions, teams). Our Social Skill Sessions will meet every other week on […]

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Social Skills for kids

Social Skills Group Ages 9-13 (December 6th Session)

Social Skill Sessions are for children ages 9-13 who have difficulty attending to, understanding, and responding appropriately to others’ social cues. In these sessions, participants will learn and practice the skills necessary to be successful in group settings (i.e., classrooms, peer groups, family interactions, teams). Our Social Skill Sessions will meet every other week on […]

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Social Skills for kids

Social Skills Group Ages 9-13 (November 22nd Session)

Social Skill Sessions are for children ages 9-13 who have difficulty attending to, understanding, and responding appropriately to others’ social cues. In these sessions, participants will learn and practice the skills necessary to be successful in group settings (i.e., classrooms, peer groups, family interactions, teams). Our Social Skill Sessions will meet every other week on […]

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Social Skills for kids

Social Skills Group Ages 9-13 (November 8th Session)

Social Skill Sessions are for children ages 9-13 who have difficulty attending to, understanding, and responding appropriately to others’ social cues. In these sessions, participants will learn and practice the skills necessary to be successful in group settings (i.e., classrooms, peer groups, family interactions, teams). Our Social Skill Sessions will meet every other week on […]

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Social Skills for kids

Social Skills Group Ages 9-13 (October 25th Session)

Social Skill Sessions are for children ages 9-13 who have difficulty attending to, understanding, and responding appropriately to others’ social cues. In these sessions, participants will learn and practice the skills necessary to be successful in group settings (i.e., classrooms, peer groups, family interactions, teams). Our Social Skill Sessions will meet every other week on […]

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Social Skills for kids

Social Skills Group Ages 9-13 (October 11th Session)

Social Skill Sessions are for children ages 9-13 who have difficulty attending to, understanding, and responding appropriately to others’ social cues. In these sessions, participants will learn and practice the skills necessary to be successful in group settings (i.e., classrooms, peer groups, family interactions, teams). Our Social Skill Sessions will meet every other week on […]

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Emotional Intensity in Gifted Children

Does emotional intensity go hand-in-hand with giftedness? Meghan Barlow, PhD, of Meghan Barlow and Associates, will discuss why gifted children may have more extreme emotional reactions, explosions, and anxieties. Dr. Barlow will provide a perspective to help families understand how their child’s intensities can be framed as strengths and she will also provide tips on […]

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Executive Function for College Students

Winter 2018 Executive Function Skill Building Groups

Through fun and practical hands-on learning, members will be supported as they practice effective methods of setting goals, proper planning and working to achieve desired outcomes. Group members will acquire helpful skills and strategies to predict possible outcomes, and will be supported with identifying and executing responses, problem solving and evaluation. NEW THIS SESSION! Are […]

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Now Enrolling: Summer 2017 Social Skills Camps

Christine Jurik, MA, BCBA, COBA is now enrolling for the Summer session of Social Skills Group therapy, which will begin on June 10. This therapy service is a good fit for children who have difficulty making or keeping friends or who have difficulty being a part of group activities. All children are welcome, with or without […]

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