Linked In– (12+ year olds) Helping teens to build their empathy and perspective taking skills in order to build friendships and social connections.
Groovy Adventure Group – Fun, Interactive, Sensory Play Group (Movers- see flyer for developmental stage description) In this group you will learn about your baby/toddler’s amazing sensory-motor development. You will go home with loads of activity ideas which are easy and affordable to replicate.
Brave Girls Group – A Girls Social Group For Early Primary Years (6-7 year olds) This group is great for making new friends, learning ways to problem solve, gain confidence and coping with conflicts.
Courageous Little Ladies – A Girls Social Group For Middle Primary Years (8-9 year olds) Targeting the child’s emotional world of self monitoring & management while developing social skills & making new friends.
Fabulous Friendships – A Girls Social Skills Group (9-11 year olds) Covering topics from the PEERS Program, girls in their late primary years are able to develop tangible social skills.
Fun with Friends – Developing Play Skills (3-4 year olds) This group will create opportunities for your child to learn how to play a range of games well with friends.
Little Super Heroes – Teaching the Zones of Regulation (4-5 years old) Learning self regulation as well as recognising others emotions within a group setting through the use of a range of different strategies & different resources.
Private Ladies Business – Helping Girls Becomes Successful Young Ladies (12+ year olds) A social skills group helping girls develop into successful young ladies through gaining confidence understanding behaviours, understanding their bodies and the many changes that occur.
Worry Woos – Developing Emotional Skills (6-8 year olds) This group is based on the Worry Woos books & plush toys. It aims to help improve emotional intelligence & develop empathy as well as creating a positive emotional understanding.
Sensational Socialisers – A Social Problem Solvers Group For School Aged Children (5-8 years old) This group covers the Five Social Thinking Concepts to help make better social decisions when in the midst of social play & interaction.