Social Skills Groups
This group is designed to help children learn skills that are important in establishing friendships and maintaining positive social interactions while having fun in a group setting. It will include instruction, role-playing or practice, and feedback to help learners acquire and practice skills to promote positive social interactions with peers across settings. Parents will be informed about the skills learned during group sessions to encourage the child to practice the new skills in between group meetings. This group will run for eight weeks on Mondays from 6pm - 7pm. Costs may be covered by insurance.
500 E Washington St, Suite 100
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104
Call Dr. Cynthia Foster
Group MeetsEvery Monday, Tuesday
6pm - 7pm
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