Middle School Groups

Middle school students face tough issues every single day and they need to feel that they aren't alone.  These workshops will provide a safe, comfortable setting to explore the everyday issues our pre-teens face.  

 

Workshops will teach critical strategies through interactive group activities such as role-plays/scenarios, group games, scenario discussions, short power point presentations, supplemental materials, and other creative approaches to maintain interest and develop connections within the workshop.

Dates for 2022/23 School Year:  Sunday's (see below)

Each Session = 4 weeks

Length = 45 minutes

Time:  9:30-10:15 - 8th Grade (co-ed)

Time: 10:30 -11:15 - 6th/7th Grade (girls)

Time:  11:30-12:15 - 6th/7th Grade (boys)

 

LOCATION: 

27280 Haggerty Rd.

Suite C-17

Farmington Hills, MI 48331

(South of 12 Mile Rd on the East side of Haggerty Rd.)

 

Cost:  $250 for the 4 week session

Paid in Full prior to start of session

No Refunds for absences

(If absent, parents will continue to receive summaries of group discussion and strategies) 

 

Grades 6-8 / Ages 11-14

Maximum of 6 students

A weekly parent email will be sent with information on how to reinforce each lesson at home. 

Social skills groups are ongoing with each skill building on the next. Currently enrolled students will have priority for subsequent sessions.  New students are welcome if space is available. 

Session 1 Relationships: Building Healthy Connections
Date: Sunday,
Oct 2, 9, 16, 23

Teen Students

Communication, Respect, Trust, Honesty, Healthy vs Unhealthy Relationships, Social Media's Influence, Accepting & Appreciating Differences, Compassion, Empathy, Personal Image 

Session 2 RESPECT: What does it really mean?
Date: Sunday, 
Oct 30 & Nov 6, 13, 20

Lecture

 Basic Expectation of Behavior/Common Sense, Everyday Etiquette,  Friendship Skills, Affects of Personal Image & Reputation, Perspective of Others, Effective Problem Solving Strategies & Ownership

Session 3
Acceptance of Self & Others
Date: Sunday,
Dec 4, 11, 18 & Jan 8

Asian Teens

Importance  of Self-Esteem, Self Evaluation, Understand Attitude, Learn Positive Affirmations, Identify Strengths & Weakness, Explore Ways to Improve Self-Esteem (empowering strategies, mindfulness, "I Can" Statements), Kindness, Self Care-Hygiene

Session 4 Responsibility: Home, School, Community, Social Media
Date: Sunday,
Jan 15, 22, 29 & Feb 5

Boy Checking his Phone

 Duty or Obligation, Accept Blame/Ownership,  Judgment (Good vs Poor), Decisions re: Social Media, Importance of Responsible Behavior; Sportsmanship, Digital Citizenship, 

 What would you do?

Session 5 STRESS: Deal with It!
Date: Sunday,
Feb 12 & March 5, 12, 19

Girl Relaxing

Signs of Stress; Identify Stressors, Stress Level & Physical Symptoms; Benefits & Negative Effects of Stress; Acceptance of Self & Situation - Keeping an Open Mind; Emotional Self- Regulation Tools to Manage Stress -Coping Strategies & Relaxation Techniques; Prioritize - Improve  Organization & Self Care

Session 6 Problem Solved: Explore Real Solutions to Real Problems
Date: Sunday,
April 16, 23, 30 & May 7

Sporty Teens

Learn Problem Solving Steps; Identify Size of the Problem & Approriate Reaction; Self Regulation; Assertiveness Skills; Peer Pressure - What is it & How do you deal with it;  Ownership & Acceptance of what you Can vs. Can't Control; Identify Solutions to Problems & Consequences of our Actions; 

Session 7: TBD

Teenage Group

To Be Determined

Session 8: TBD

Young Fun

To Be Determined

Middle School Groups

Grades 6-8/ Ages 11-14

Click box above for details on registering

**Interested in enrolling?  REGISTER & complete the google form 

Social Skills for Kids will keep your registration information on their waiting list until official registration opens in August.  We will then email you and request a day/time for us to chat about your child's needs. 

**Programs offered are geared towards students in general education with average intelligence and language skills. Students with ADD/ADHD, high functioning Autism, 2e or twice exceptional challenges, non-verbal learning disorder, learning difficulties, anxiety and depression will benefit from these programs.**