Improving social skills does not need to look like sitting around in a group talking about social skills or practicing scripted behaviors. Many boys learn best when they’re working with their hands and can be the most authentic when the focus of their attention is on an activity. Today, during this High School group we had a very productive discussion about understanding other kids intentions and how much information to share when communicating with peers.
Ryan Wexelblatt, LCSW is the Director of Ride the Wave Counseling in Bryn Mawr, PA and Linwood, NJ. Learn more at: www.ridethewavecounseling.com