Being comfortably social is a natural phenomenon for some and for others it is a daily struggle. We teach the “why” of social communication and interaction in order to understand behaviors and emotions rather than teach specific social skills to react to them. When we develop the skills to think about social behaviors we are better able to adjust our own behavior in the moment rather than depend on following a social rule which may not be the best for the situation. Learning how to adjust behaviors is something that will be recognized by others as “good social skills” and will create a more positive, comfortable experience for all involved.
Consultation: Free 20-30 minute meeting with parent(s), immediate family members, and/or prospective client.
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