New students: Be sure to complete the intake forms to complete your registration process.
Returning students will need to complete our Policies and Procedures form at registration every time.
ESA and private pay accepted. Please see the Sliding Scale for private pay.
Girls Club --- Saturdays January 11th - February 29th, 9:30 - 10:30 AM
(Recommended Ages 9 to 12)
Using Thinksheets (Winner, 2014) and Social Behavior Mapping (Winner, 2010), girls will learn to distinguish what are the expected and unexpected behaviors in different social situations, how to make and keep friends, emotional regulation and other social concepts specifically tailored to girls with social deficits.
This class lasts for 1 hour - 8 week session once a week.
Social Acting Afternoon Class --- Thursdays January 9th - February 27th, 4:30 - 5:30 PM
Using visual, auditory, and kinesthetic learning styles, Social Theatre™ can be a way for those who struggle with social deficits to learn and practice social skills. Studies show that collaboration, improvisation and theatre are effective in increasing social skills, imagination, coping skills, and academic skills. Social Theatre™ is valuable to all levels. Students with lower cognitive/communication abilities will learn and practice theory of mind skills, including joint focus, eye contact, feelings recognition and recognizing social cues. Students with higher cognitive/communication abilities will work on increasing skills in the areas of feelings recognition, eye contact, joint focus, recognizing social cues, perspective taking, and collaborative imagination.
*Please note that all actors/actresses will need to provide their own costumes for the performance. Costumes and make up is to the individuals own comfort.
Mindful Thinkers --- Mondays January 6th - February 24th, 5:15 - 6:15 PM
(Recommended Ages 14 to 16)
Combining Mindfulness and Social Thinking® students will be challenged to infer and explain social expectations in a variety of complex scenarios. Instruction will include various mindfulness techniques and how to incorporate them with with concepts just as being a part of a group, social perspective-taking, the friendship peer-a-mid, and other related skills.
This class lasts for 1 hour – 8 week session once a week
Social Heroes --- Mondays January 6th - February 24th, 4 - 5 PM
(Recommended Ages 6 to 9)
Using Superflex ™ ... A Superhero Social Thinking ® Curriculum (Winner and Madrigal, 2008), students will practice flexible thinking and identify strategies for overcoming their individual challenges, learning form our hero SuperFlex™.