Mindful Thinking for Social Expectations
Confident Solutions, LLC
We empower children, families, and schools through mindful connections.
For some students, obtaining and utilizing good social skills does not come naturally. They move through their environment having a difficult time communicating and understanding more than just direct language-based interactions. For example, good social skills include sharing space with others and learning to regulate one’s behavior to other peoples’ thoughts or expectations. For some students, these skills need to be taught.
We are offering a 4-week session beginning on November 13th. This session will focus on teaching techniques that will help reduce stress around the holidays and will provide tools to use based on the Social Thinking curriculum. Parents and caregivers will learn how to shift their thoughts and vocabulary while helping their child at home.
Your child does not need a diagnosis to attend. This class is designed for any child needing to learn how to “think” about thinking as well as understand more about the complex social world in which we live. While times of movement will be available, students must be able to sit in a room with a small group for one hour.
Parents will meet in a separate room and are required to attend each session so true integration can occur at home. We are also offering a corresponding sibling class during this time. To register, please visit Registration for Holiday Session or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
Groups are separated depending on age/grade. Group sizes will be kept small with no more than four to five children in each group.
Dates for the classes:
November 13th, November 20th, December 4th, December 11th
We look forward to seeing you on November 13th!
Christina and Wendy