What's The Buzz? Social Skills Group – Ages 8-12

July 18, 2020

Does your child sometimes have a DIFFICULT time at school? Would you like to see them handling competition, peer pressure, disappointment and bullying with MORE CONFIDENCE?

Would you like to give your child’s social development more attention and time, but aren’t sure how to?

Adelaide Dramatherapy and Counselling is running SMALL GROUP, THERAPIST LED social skills “What’s the Buzz?” programs – different from class-based, teacher-led courses of 20-40 children.

Our unique delivery style means your child will receive MORE ATTENTION and have MORE TIME, enabling a DEEPER LEARNING EXPERIENCE.

The program fosters friendship connections between group members and encourages every participant to learn new social skills. It’s designed for children who struggle to make friends and fit in socially. Children who lack confidence, react too quickly and put others off, struggle to read the social play, to bounce back after upsets and deal with day to day frustrations appropriately. In essence, they have trouble making sense of how the social systems they interact with work; the family system, the school system or the friends system.

“What’s The Buzz?” is used to build the social and emotional capacity of young people. The program is used in many countries, is highly regarded, and includes 16 thoroughly structured, interactive lessons.

If you’d like to register your child for the 16 week program, please buy your ticket today and we will contact you with more information regarding registration and payment. Self-Managed NDIS clients can use NDIS funding.

This specialised group will be held in the beautiful new facilities of Adelaide Dramatherapy and Counselling, overlooking Belair National Park, and is delivered by two trained and QUALIFIED THERAPISTS.

Feel free to message us if you have any questions or need support registering your child.

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