Social Skills Group

Social skills group training overcomes challenges commonly experienced by individuals with autism spectrum disorders (high-functioning), social communication disorder, Asperger's, ADHD, nonverbal learning disability (NLD) and similar diagnoses.  A treatment framework and curriculum is developed which targets improving individual social thinking abilities. Using social skills group training, we build social  and related skills in students and adults. 

Prior to beginning  therapy, an interview with the guardian/case manager is conducted and the individual receives a comprehensive evaluation that assesses the individual's skill set across the domains of behavior, language, social cognition, executive functioning, vocational, academic and self-help. A written report including formal recommendations is provided. The individual is assigned a team of therapists and a program supervisor, who oversees the individual's progress.

Social Skills Groups Services are at  our treatment center and in the community. Our  program allows for treatment to occur in multiple environments.  We provide a highly individualized program, which requires a minimum six hours of therapy weekly consisting of three sessions over three separate days, two of the sessions can be in-home.

Services are provided Monday through Friday from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm in three two hour sessions:

We have years of experience working with students and adults providing  comprehensive services  that are designed to improve the quality of life of each of our clients. Students and adults that are impacted by varying disabilities often display challenging behaviors that interfere with their daily lives and ability to integrate in the community. We provide behavioral support services for agencies and organizations that serve these  individuals (generally in an ICF or HCS capacity) through the use of a Social Skills Assessment and a Functional Behavioral Assessment and subsequent treatment plan, development of the plan,  and monitoring.

Weekly Social Skills Group for Children Ages 5-6, 7-8 & 9-11

This is a 10-week social skills training group focused on the acquisition, maintenance and generalization of interpersonal skills. Specific social skills are taught each week using an evidenced-based teaching model (instruction, modeling, practice, review) and behavioral strategies (points, rewards, and consequences). The group is appropriate for children with social skills deficits who have average or above cognitive and language abilities.

Summer Day Social Skills Group Camp for Children Ages 5-12


Summer Day Social Skills Group camp is a co-ed 6-week social skills summer treatment camp for children ages 5-12 with mild-to-moderate (non-aggressive) difficulties, such as ADHD, Asperger’s, PDD-NOS, NVLD, Anxiety, and Learning Difficulties. We use a social-thinking behavioral approach to teach social, academic, and athletic skills. Summer Day Social Skills Group camp is a fun and therapeutic summer experience for kids who need extra support and attention at camp.

Weekly Social Skills Group for Teens & Young Adults Ages 12-14 & 15-19

Emerging adulthood can be particularly stressful for adolescents and young adults struggling with friendships, intimate relationships, family dynamics, bullying, peer pressure, body image issues, academic pressure, experimentation with substances, sex, social anxiety, and low self-esteem. This group follows a CBT and interpersonal therapy model where participants can discuss topics, practice new social skills and receive real-time peer feedback.

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