Social Skills Groups

Social skills groups are small groups that help teach children how to interact appropriately with others their age
social skills groups

Working Together to Improve Social Interactions

Social Skills Groups can be a valuable resource for individuals who want to improve their social skills and build stronger relationships with others. By practicing and developing these skills in a supportive environment, individuals can experience a range of personal and professional benefits.

Potential Benefits of Social Skills Groups:

Improve social interaction: Social skills groups can help individuals develop the skills they need to interact effectively with others. This can include learning how to start and maintain conversations, understand social cues, and navigate different social situations.

Increase self-confidence: As individuals develop their social skills, they may feel more confident in their ability to interact with others. This can help improve their self-esteem and overall well-being.

Reduce social anxiety: For individuals with social anxiety, social skills groups can provide a safe and supportive environment to practice their social skills. This can help reduce anxiety and build confidence in social situations.

Better relationships: Improving social skills can also lead to stronger and more fulfilling relationships with friends, family, and coworkers.

Improve academic and career success: Social skills are essential for success in many areas of life, including school and work. Individuals who improve their social skills through social skills groups may be better equipped to succeed academically and professionally.

What to Expect

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Kaleidoscope Mental Health Counseling accepts insurance. Visit our Getting Started page for a list of insurance providers we accept.

Dana Ellis offers therapy online or in person.

Dana Ellis primarily works with neurodivergent populations. She specializes in working with anxiety, ADHD and autism spectrum disorder. Dana’s goal is to help each of her clients, no matter how young, realize their fullest potential.

Visit our Services page for more info and a full list of specialties.