Registration is now open! To sign up or get more information, contact our Groups Coordinator, Britny Kirsner, at 704-552-0116 or email email@example.com
Betsy Harvey’s Minding the Times : An Online Group For Young Children
Mary B.’s Virtual Spring Social Skills Groups (1st – 6th grade)
Join us via Zoom for friendship, feelings, and fun online!
This 4-week Teletherapy social skills group includes kid-friendly activities & games that promote social communication and cooperative play skills such as greetings & introductions, conversation starters, whole-body listening, connected questions & comments, reading facial cues, perspective-taking, being flexible, coping with frustration, compromising, and winning & losing The Good Friend Way.
Tuesdays at 3:30 pm May 12, 19, 26, June 2 – 3rd & 4th grades
Wednesdays at 2 pm May 13, 20, 27, June 3 – 5th & 6th grades
Thursdays at 3 pm May 14, 21, 28, June 4 – 1st & 2nd grades
Social Skills for Aspies with Dr. Frank Gaskill
Wednesdays at 5pm
June 3rd– July 8th
This is a social skills & friendship group, focusing on life skills, daily living, anger management & building a healthy self-worth. Skills to be reviewed: how not to stand out in a crowd, family relationships, conversation skills, relaxation & anxiety reduction, manners, how to make friends & future life goals
Empowerment Group with Dr. Rachel Kitson
8 week group
Start Date: TBD
Co-ed, ages 13-17
This is a co-ed group for teens who are looking to gain more confidence, self-esteem & social skills. The group will be discussion based and it will be a space for the group members to share experiences, get feedback from others, make social connections & learn new skills.
Super Girls Groups with Kelley Bolton, Psy.D.
High School 9th-12th: Mondays @ 5:30 – 6:30pm
SuperGirls provides girls with an opportunity to develop the social and emotional skills that are so important for making friends and feeling confident in social situations. Along the way, this group seeks to help the girls learn about themselves and the personal qualities that make them special. Through fun activities, discussion, and relationships with other group members, the girls begin to develop tools, which help them to grow in self-confidence and to successfully navigate the social world.