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Does your pre-teen child struggle with starting conversations? Do they have a hard time taking turns during games or get frustrated easily?
In this group, they will learn how to engage with peers during age- appropriate games and activities. Focus is on good listening, finding common interests, social conversation, teamwork and friendship!

Goal: To increase appropriate socialization during play-based activities.

Objectives: A group for pre-teens to build social skills for success!
1. Be able to successfully participate in game activities.
2. Practice social skills including taking turns, sharing, waiting, listening, social
interactions, and communication.
3. Manage and express emotions as needed to engage in social settings.
4. Have fun and form new friendships!

Preregistration is Required: contact Integrative Psyche at 414-545-4430 or by email:

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