Face Time: A Social Skills Group for Teenagers
Face Time is a social skills group, developed using the evidence-based PEERS treatment program, designed to give teens with Aspergers/Autism and Social Anxiety a way to learn skills to navigate the social world. The group format allows teens to practice the tools they need to be successful with others and include maintaining appropriate friendships, making the right choices in social situations, and the development of healthy self-esteem.
Face Time is an 8-week group that meets weekly for one hour.
Topics covered include:
Conversational Skills/Reciprocal Conversation/Electronic Communication
Finding Common Interests
Teasing and Bullying/Peer Conflict/Peer Rejection
Changing a Bad Reputation
Day: Starting October 22, 2019
Time: 7:00pm -8:00pm
Group Facilitator: Erin Lawson, PsyD.