Navigating the social landscape of childhood and adolescence is challenging for even the most socially astute and outgoing youth. It is particularly difficult for those who learn differently, struggle with anxiety or attention, or lack social skills. Social challenges can lead to social isolation, low self-esteem, anxiety/depression and can have a profound impact on overall functioning. However, with appropriate support, increased social competence can be developed.
In this webinar, Child and Family Therapist Hope Harris-Black will share her insights and expertise in fostering the development of sound social skills in children and adolescents. She will share effective, successful, evidence-based techniques from the social and relationship skill building PEERS® program of the Center for Assessment And Treatment (CAAT). Ms. Harris-Black will explain why specific social skills are important and provide practical strategies that can be implemented by parents, educators, and therapists.
Extended Access available January 27 – February 15
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