Social Skills Groups
Strengthen your child’s socially significant behaviors
Over the long term, improved social skills can lead to more confidence, greater self-esteem, and an enriched life experience
PEERS® for Adolescents is an evidence-based social skills intervention for motivated teens in middle and high school who are interested in making and keeping friends and/or handling conflict and rejection.
Teens and parents attend this program for 90 minutes per week over the course of 16 weeks. Teens are taught through didactic lessons and role-play demonstrations, and practice these skills during the group.
Parents attend separate sessions simultaneously and are taught how to assist their teens in making and keeping friends. Parent participation is required.
This group is led by a Certified PEERS provider and also supported by BCBAs and RBTs.
Teens will learn about:
AIM is a behavior analytic curriculum for social and emotional development. It raises the bar for what best practice can be for children struggling with social discomfort, challenging behaviors, and the daily struggles with life they must navigate.
AIM blends together the concepts of Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Applied Behavior Analysis. Together the approach seeks to improve the lives of children with or without disabilities who struggle with social and emotional challenges.
This group is led by a BCBA trained in the AIM curriculum and is supported by RBTs.