For children with social skills challenges, many social situations can be frustrating and difficult. They may misinterpret social cues and mistake others’ emotions. Other children may have limited social skills for dealing with teasing and bullies. Limited social opportunities can leave some children feeling isolated without the skills to make and maintain friendships.
Social skills groups provide the opportunity to teach children specific skills within a group of their peers. Social skills are practiced during the sessions and children receive feedback to improve their abilities.
Social skills groups are also fun! Children and adolescents enjoy belonging to a group of peers, sharing experiences and playing games.
The licensed clinicians at GGPA work together to help ensure collaborative teamwork and excellent communication, bringing you the best possible experience.