Social skills development in adolescence
The Social Skills Groups
Please call: 847 446-7430 about intake and registration. Groups take place Monday through Thursdays after school and into the early evening for high school/college ages. Cost for each ten-group session: $595. As soon as we have the right-fit of children for a group we will begin a new group. There is a rolling admission throughout the school year.
A 6-Week Group for Parents
We begin new groups all the time.
- Encourage Successful Social Behavior In Your Children
- Learn Positive Parenting Skills
- Build a Closer Relationship with Your Child
Times can vary and we will try to be flexible.
New groups will be added.
Everyone is a friend until they prove otherwise.
Believe in yourself and you will be unstoppable.
- Emily Guay
We begin new groups as soon as we have enough children or adolescents to form a new group.
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