Social Skills Groups for Children
The Sarah T. Butler Children’s Center provides group therapy services for young children through adolescents.
For the younger children ages 2-9 the topics cover basic social skills such as listening, keeping our hands to ourselves, asking for help, asking questions, joining in, turn taking, initiating and maintaining play with peers.
For middle school children, ages 10-14 the topics cover more advanced conversation skills, friendship skills, hygiene tips, expressing feelings and recognizing other’s feelings, dealing with teasing/bullying, anger management, relaxation, apologizing, accepting consequences and handling disappointment.
We offer parenting groups to help you learn to manage stress and anxiety while helping your children be their best. Topics may include: Parenting the Strong-Willed Child, Learning to Manage Stress, Parenting with Love, Understanding ADHD & Autism, etc.
Please contact the Children’s Center at 706-649-6507, ext. 1361 or email Christi Schiffman at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or would like to register for one of the groups.