Social Skills Group for Children 6-10 Fall 2013

Katie Overcash will be facilitating an ongoing Social Skills group for boys and girls ages 6 – 10 starting in Fall 2013.  Please fill out the form if interested in receiving information about the group once it is released.  Details are not confirmed about the group as far as length of time, day of theContinue reading “Social Skills Group for Children 6-10 Fall 2013”

2013 Social Skills Summer Camp for Boys 11 – 14

Social Skills are imperative during the adolescent years due to increased contact with peers and as training for adulthood.  Some adolescents need extra assistance and practice of these important life skills.  Social Skills for adolescent boys 11 to 14 will focus on the following areas; dealing with feelings, communication, teamwork, decision-making, goal-setting, self-control, making andContinue reading “2013 Social Skills Summer Camp for Boys 11 – 14”

Social Skills Development Camp for Girls

I am pleased to announce that I will be conducting Social Skills Summer Camps at Charlotte Christian School this Summer.  This weeklong summer camp will help girls develop social skills.  Children enrolled in this camp will master these topics while interacting with their peers. Schedule of Topics: Monday – Communication & Teamwork Tuesday – RecognizingContinue reading “Social Skills Development Camp for Girls”

Charlotte Christian School – Social Skills Group for Boys 8-10

**Please note, this group is only open to students at Charlotte Christian School** Thank you for your interest in the Social Skills Group after school program.  If you want to sign your son up for group, I will need you to click the “Survey” link below and fill out the form.  After the survey isContinue reading “Charlotte Christian School – Social Skills Group for Boys 8-10”

Social Skills Group for Boys 5-10 Spring 2012

Middle Childhood, ages 5-10,  is an important stage of development.  Boys in this stage start school, gain peer groups, begin to understand others, and establish their abilities that make them unique.  Boys achieve social competence by exhibiting basic interaction, friendship, communication, empathy, and social rules skills. According to Erikson, children are in the stage ofContinue reading “Social Skills Group for Boys 5-10 Spring 2012”