Social skills group therapy is designed to offer help to children with making and keeping friends; learning how to read social cues and to respond appropriately to them, starting a conversation, ending a conversation, understanding when someone is your friend or not your friend, and so much more.
- Understanding other people’s body language such as facial expressions
- Understanding emotions and expressing emotions
- Initiating interactions such as play, conversation, etc.
- Responding to interactions from others
- Engaging in activities with others
- Taking turns
- Understanding feelings and expressing emotions
- Anger management and Problem-solving
- Coping with teasing and bullying
- Accepting consequences
Through participation in social group activities, students will learn various social and emotional strategies to facilitate age-appropriate social behaviors for their classroom, home, and community environments. Students will learn real-life problem solving and coping skills in a safe judgment-free environment through community and classroom role play.
Class size: minimum of 4, maximum of 6.
Check back in March 2021 for new dates and sessions. Virtual learning provided.