We offer workshops for school-age children and teens or those in a post-secondary institution which address skill development in fun and innovative ways.
We provide intervention workshops to develop skills in a variety of areas using the most current research-based interventions.
We are familiar with the most effective cutting-edge strategies that have been proven to be effective. We stay on top of the research and continue to develop our skills through ongoing professional development.
Executive functioning (EF) skills are the mental processes necessary for us to pay attention, remember directions, plan out and prepare for projects, and multi-task. The Executive Functioning Skill-Building Workshop will work on building your child’s executive functioning skills to help them thrive in the classroom setting. We use research-based practices to provide high-quality support to elementary, middle, and high school students. Executive Functioning support can be useful for clients with ADHD, anxiety, or even when adjusting to everyday demands of school. This skill builder workshop can also be useful to those in college.
Anxiety is a normal reaction for scary or stressful situations. Anxiety helps us make sure that we are adequately prepared for a job interview or an important test. However, for some children high amounts of anxiety occur in situations when it is not helpful. This can lead to frustrating arguments, tears, and increased stress for both the child and the parents. The Anxiety Skill-Building Workshop will work on reducing your child’s anxiety and increasing their coping skills to help them thrive in the classroom setting. We use research-based practices to provide high-quality support to elementary and middle school students.
Social skills are vital to our everyday functioning in society. Social skills allow us to recognize when someone is angry, or can help us make a new friend. Everything from buying milk, to answering the telephone, to working on a group science project requires social skills. Our workshop focuses on teaching children and adolescents how to read social situations, as well as teaching the appropriate behavior to use in social situations. We use research-based interventions and strategies to help children gain social skills.