Goose Creek offers a variety of social skills groups for children and adults.
The groups work on a wide variety of social skills, from picking up on nonverbal communication and managing social anxiety, to preventing inattention and impulsivity from harming social relationships, to establishing better visual and auditory perception, as well as organization, tone and other elements to building strong social relationships. Anyone who struggles with Social Skills can benefit from these groups.
Because of the nature of social skills problems, these group tend to be single-gender and tailored based on on age group.
The groups are helpful
to those who are socially delayed,
face social anxiety, struggle with
the impact of impulsivity and inattention
in ADD or AD/HD on relationships
and whose who are shy and introverted.
Several coaches teach social skills
group at Goose Creek.
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