Groups

​Learn about and practice social and life skills in a safe and comfortable setting​

From healthy relationships to problem solving to coping with life stressors, our groups meet for a range of topics to help you focus on the skills you need.

Groups for children and teens

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​Early language learners group

3-5 years, accompanied by a parent or caregiver
This play group focuses on facilitating play, speech-language communication, social-emotional functioning and peer interactions through a variety of naturalistic experiences. We model our strategies and techniques so parents can learn and incorporate them into daily and home routines. They can also be easily generalized for use in school and other community settings.

Social skills group

Groups currently being formed for 8-11 years, 12-14 years, and high school
Playing with friends can be a challenge when issues like sportsmanship, following rules and taking turns don’t come naturally. These groups use games as a way to develop and strengthen these important social skills.  Group members will practice friendship skills like chatting, asking questions, two-way conversations, and how to be a good sport whether they win or lose a game.

Groups for teens and adults

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Problem-solving group

Learn to understand anger and how it affects you and others, while learning techniques to manage anger more effectively.

Dating skills group

Learn how to maintain healthy relationships, how to handle sexual feelings and attraction, and how to communicate and make good decisions in relationships.

Autism spectrum people in education (ASPiE) group

ASPiE is a peer support group for college students with ASD which focuses on peer interactions, support, and shared interests to build relationships in a fun environment.