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May
28
Mon
Social Skills Club – 3rd Term
May 28 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

ASK Social Skills Group is an inclusive after-school programme designed to help children who regularly struggle with social interactions and how to read social cues. ASK Social Skills Group aims to help children develop the skills they need in order to improve their ability to relate to others.
Full details at https://allspecialkids.org/how-we-help/social-skills-group/

This event has a Google Hangouts video call.
Join: https://plus.google.com/hangouts/_/allspecialkids.org/social-skills?hceid=YWxsc3BlY2lhbGtpZHMub3JnXzgxbHFtZjAyMnZ1MDhlMXFoa3V1N2Z1czY4QGdyb3VwLmNhbGVuZGFyLmdvb2dsZS5jb20.5o0f7g1cr17kn7q2n6ih6gj669&hs=121

Jun
4
Mon
Social Skills Club – 3rd Term
Jun 4 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

ASK Social Skills Group is an inclusive after-school programme designed to help children who regularly struggle with social interactions and how to read social cues. ASK Social Skills Group aims to help children develop the skills they need in order to improve their ability to relate to others.
Full details at https://allspecialkids.org/how-we-help/social-skills-group/

This event has a Google Hangouts video call.
Join: https://plus.google.com/hangouts/_/allspecialkids.org/social-skills?hceid=YWxsc3BlY2lhbGtpZHMub3JnXzgxbHFtZjAyMnZ1MDhlMXFoa3V1N2Z1czY4QGdyb3VwLmNhbGVuZGFyLmdvb2dsZS5jb20.5o0f7g1cr17kn7q2n6ih6gj669&hs=121

Jun
11
Mon
Social Skills Club – 3rd Term
Jun 11 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

ASK Social Skills Group is an inclusive after-school programme designed to help children who regularly struggle with social interactions and how to read social cues. ASK Social Skills Group aims to help children develop the skills they need in order to improve their ability to relate to others.
Full details at https://allspecialkids.org/how-we-help/social-skills-group/

This event has a Google Hangouts video call.
Join: https://plus.google.com/hangouts/_/allspecialkids.org/social-skills?hceid=YWxsc3BlY2lhbGtpZHMub3JnXzgxbHFtZjAyMnZ1MDhlMXFoa3V1N2Z1czY4QGdyb3VwLmNhbGVuZGFyLmdvb2dsZS5jb20.5o0f7g1cr17kn7q2n6ih6gj669&hs=121

Jun
18
Mon
Social Skills Club – 3rd Term
Jun 18 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

ASK Social Skills Group is an inclusive after-school programme designed to help children who regularly struggle with social interactions and how to read social cues. ASK Social Skills Group aims to help children develop the skills they need in order to improve their ability to relate to others.
Full details at https://allspecialkids.org/how-we-help/social-skills-group/

This event has a Google Hangouts video call.
Join: https://plus.google.com/hangouts/_/allspecialkids.org/social-skills?hceid=YWxsc3BlY2lhbGtpZHMub3JnXzgxbHFtZjAyMnZ1MDhlMXFoa3V1N2Z1czY4QGdyb3VwLmNhbGVuZGFyLmdvb2dsZS5jb20.5o0f7g1cr17kn7q2n6ih6gj669&hs=121

Jun
25
Mon
Social Skills Club – 3rd Term
Jun 25 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm

ASK Social Skills Group is an inclusive after-school programme designed to help children who regularly struggle with social interactions and how to read social cues. ASK Social Skills Group aims to help children develop the skills they need in order to improve their ability to relate to others.
Full details at https://allspecialkids.org/how-we-help/social-skills-group/

This event has a Google Hangouts video call.
Join: https://plus.google.com/hangouts/_/allspecialkids.org/social-skills?hceid=YWxsc3BlY2lhbGtpZHMub3JnXzgxbHFtZjAyMnZ1MDhlMXFoa3V1N2Z1czY4QGdyb3VwLmNhbGVuZGFyLmdvb2dsZS5jb20.5o0f7g1cr17kn7q2n6ih6gj669&hs=121

Jan
8
Tue
Social Skills Group 2018-19, Registration for Second Term @ ASK office 150 Rte de Ferney Room 246 1211 Geneva GE Switzerland
Jan 8 @ 4:30 pm – Mar 19 @ 6:00 pm

Social Skills Group

 

ASK Social Skills Group is an inclusive after-school programme designed to help children who regularly struggle with social interactions and how to read social cues.  ASK Social Skills Group aims to help children develop the skills they need in order to improve their ability to relate to others.

The programme is open to any child who has difficulty with social skills, such as:

Making and maintaining eye contact
Joining in and making friends
Responding appropriately to verbal and non-verbal social cues
Engaging in reciprocal conversational skills
Resolving conflict
Coping with stressful situations
Co-operating with others
Managing interpersonal relationships
Dealing with uncomfortable emotions

 

1
2
3
4


 

 

 

 

Trial Session and Pre-Assessment

 

Prior to joining the group, your child is welcome to attend a free trial session. Depending on the outcome of this initial session, the facilitators may request that your child undergoes a pre-assessment with a psychologist in order to determine whether the group can meet his or her needs.

Pro-Social Skills Group

 

A typical group session focuses on a theme/skill with which all of the children tend to experience difficulty, and most of the games and skill-building activities of that session center on that theme/skill. Much of the skill-building takes place in vivo as the group members are encouraged to relate to one another informally; most of the session is dedicated to peer socialisation.

 

Pratical Details

 

Mondays from 16h30 to 18h

 

Apr
16
Tue
Social Skills Group 2018-19, Registration for Third Term @ ASK office 150 Rte de Ferney Room 246 1211 Geneva GE Switzerland
Apr 16 @ 4:30 pm – Jun 25 @ 6:00 pm

Social Skills Help

 

ASK Social Skills Group is an inclusive after-school programme designed to help children who regularly struggle with social interactions and how to read social cues.  ASK Social Skills Group aims to help children develop the skills they need in order to improve their ability to relate to others.

The programme is open to any child who has difficulty with social skills, such as:

Making and maintaining eye contact
Joining in and making friends
Responding appropriately to verbal and non-verbal social cues
Engaging in reciprocal conversational skills
Resolving conflict
Coping with stressful situations
Co-operating with others
Managing interpersonal relationships
Dealing with uncomfortable emotions

 

1
2
3
4


 

 

 

 

Trial Session and Pre-Assessment

 

Prior to joining the group, your child is welcome to attend a free trial session. Depending on the outcome of this initial session, the facilitators may request that your child undergoes a pre-assessment with a psychologist in order to determine whether the group can meet his or her needs.

Pro-Social Skills Group

 

A typical group session focuses on a theme/skill with which all of the children tend to experience difficulty, and most of the games and skill-building activities of that session center on that theme/skill. Much of the skill-building takes place in vivo as the group members are encouraged to relate to one another informally; most of the session is dedicated to peer socialisation.

 

Pratical Details

 

Mondays from 16h30 to 18h

 

Sep
14
Sat
Zurich Parental Skills Workshop @ La Escuelita
Sep 14 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

 

Presented by mgr Psych. Katarzyna Wach

 

How to deal with tantrums, defiance, aggression, fears, attention deficit, on-line gaming

and media consumption in general, your child relationships with peers…

How to connect with your child and why is connection so important?

 

The workshop welcomes around 10-12 parents of children of all ages. Couples are encouraged

to come together. In a safe and non-judgmental environment where everybody feels

comfortable to share and expose themselves in front of the group, we will explore together how to serve our kids best by meeting the demands of the outside world and at the same time to take care

of ourselves. We will all learn from each other using different examples yet each of us as a

parent will be able to relate to some well-known aspects of different situations.

Workshop Objectives

  • To address parents´ questions and problems and discuss them together
  • To focus on how parents can regulate their emotions in the challenging moments
  •  To focus on how to coach, not to control our children
  • To introduce a variety of exercises and resources for parents to empower them in dealing

with everyday challenges and with the kids

 

Katarzyna Wach is a social psychologist, Jungian analyst and a Swiss

licensed psychotherapist and a mother. She grew up in Poland and lives in Zurich where she maintains her private practice. Katarzyna works with many expats who

are also parents and struggle both with adjusting to the demands of  Swiss culture, rules and

education system for their children and every day challenges of meeting their children`s needs

without neglecting their own needs as people, parents and spouses.

www.katarzynawach.ch

praxis@katarzynawach.ch

Sep
21
Sat
Zurich Parental Skills Workshop @ La Escuelita
Sep 21 @ 9:30 am – 12:00 pm

 

Presented by mgr Psych. Katarzyna Wach

 

How to deal with tantrums, defiance, aggression, fears, attention deficit, on-line gaming

and media consumption in general, your child relationships with peers…

How to connect with your child and why is connection so important?

 

The workshop welcomes around 10-12 parents of children of all ages. Couples are encouraged

to come together. In a safe and non-judgmental environment where everybody feels

comfortable to share and expose themselves in front of the group, we will explore together how to serve our kids best by meeting the demands of the outside world and at the same time to take care

of ourselves. We will all learn from each other using different examples yet each of us as a

parent will be able to relate to some well-known aspects of different situations.

Workshop Objectives

  • To address parents´ questions and problems and discuss them together
  • To focus on how parents can regulate their emotions in the challenging moments
  •  To focus on how to coach, not to control our children
  • To introduce a variety of exercises and resources for parents to empower them in dealing

with everyday challenges and with the kids

 

Katarzyna Wach is a social psychologist, Jungian analyst and a Swiss

licensed psychotherapist and a mother. She grew up in Poland and lives in Zurich where she maintains her private practice. Katarzyna works with many expats who

are also parents and struggle both with adjusting to the demands of  Swiss culture, rules and

education system for their children and every day challenges of meeting their children`s needs

without neglecting their own needs as people, parents and spouses.

www.katarzynawach.ch

praxis@katarzynawach.ch

Sep
23
Mon
Social Skills Group 2019-20, Registration for First Term @ ASK office 150 Rte de Ferney Room 246 1211 Geneva GE Switzerland
Sep 23 @ 4:30 pm – Dec 9 @ 6:00 pm

Social Skills Group

 

ASK Social Skills Group is an inclusive after-school programme designed to help children who regularly struggle with social interactions and how to read social cues.  ASK Social Skills Group aims to help children develop the skills they need in order to improve their ability to relate to others.

The programme is open to any child who has difficulty with social skills, such as:

Making and maintaining eye contact
Joining in and making friends
Responding appropriately to verbal and non-verbal social cues
Engaging in reciprocal conversational skills
Resolving conflict
Coping with stressful situations
Co-operating with others
Managing interpersonal relationships
Dealing with uncomfortable emotions

 

1
2
3
4


 

 

 

 

Trial Session and Pre-Assessment

 

Prior to joining the group, your child is welcome to attend a free trial session. Depending on the outcome of this initial session, the facilitators may request that your child undergoes a pre-assessment with a psychologist in order to determine whether the group can meet his or her needs.

Pro-Social Skills Group

 

A typical group session focuses on a theme/skill with which all of the children tend to experience difficulty, and most of the games and skill-building activities of that session center on that theme/skill. Much of the skill-building takes place in vivo as the group members are encouraged to relate to one another informally; most of the session is dedicated to peer socialisation.

 

Pratical Details

 

Mondays from 16h30 to 18h