Maintaining a conversation.
Standing up to bullies.
Call SOS if your child:
2.Is very shy
3. Is a victim of bullying
4. Is aggressive or bullies others
5. Can’t interpret body language
6.Has other social issues.
“The better part of one’s life consists of his friendships.” Abraham Lincoln
Because as a parent, you interact with your child on a daily basis, you might not perceive the difficulties he has interacting with peers or adults. Therefore, a social skills evaluation that pinpoints his difficulties will allow you to see the bigger picture. In addition, once the problem is identified, Mrs. Schonfeld can aid you in formulating a step-by-step approach to a solution.
Social Skills: Dealing with issues such as self-esteem, maintaining friendships, listening skills, trust, bullying, and the explosive child, this workshop provides activities, readings, and worksheets in order to facilitate social skill development. This workshop is the perfect choice for people looking to enhance their classroom or family’s social behavior.