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Young Volunteers

Some teens have difficulty picking up on social cues and understanding the perspectives of others. Knowing how someone might react to something that we say or do makes it a struggle to start or engage in a conversation!
Goal: To increase understanding of how to navigate through various social situations occurring in daily life and to better communicate and socialize with peers and others.

Objectives: A group for teens to build successful social skills!
1. Understand appropriate group roles in order to complete group tasks.
2. Learn what factors contribute to a healthy friendship.
3. Be able to identify various components of successful communication and socializing.
4. Discuss and build on engaging in spontaneous, age-appropriate conversations.

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

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