Mental Health Skills Training

Develops daily living skills and improves interactions at home, school and in the community for individuals, ages 2 to 21

Skills Training develops daily living skills and teaches coping strategies for home, school and in the community. Reduce at-risk behavior while strengthening the skills needed for life-long success.

Training can be done on an individual basis with the individual and parent, with the individual and the entire family or in groups of peers with similar strengths and challenges. Group skills training develops social and coping skills needed for interacting with a group.

Individual, family and group skills training for ages 2 to 21 teaches: daily living skills, flexibility, relationship skills, safety awareness, communication, problem solving and self-advocacy. It strengthens relationships and improves family interactions.

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