Teen Groups for Middle School age and High School age – Teen groups are a psychology-based social group for students with social anxiety, ADHD or high-functioning autism. The groups are divided into middle school age and high school age. Teens are able to discuss issues and social situations that they encounter at school and learn to problem-solve together in a therapeutic setting. Community activities are provided which help to allow practice of social skills in a natural setting. To benefit from this program, participants should be in a regular education curriculum with age-appropriate verbal skills.
ADHD Club – program designed for boys and girls between the ages of 10 and 14 years diagnosed with ADHD or who may have difficulties with executive functioning skills. Facilitated by Rachel Pasquerilla, EdS, BCBA and Lindsey Tornow, EdS, BCBA this program promotes strategies for organization and school success through student and parent involvement.
Young Adult Group – This is a psychology-based social group for young adults who have graduated high school with Asperger disorder, high functioning autism, or social anxiety disorder and have difficulty being in group settings. The program is designed to improve social skills and increase social engagement with same-age peers. Community activities appropriate for young adults provide the opportunity to practice the skills taught. Developed and directed by Michelle DePolo, Psy.D., BCBA-D.