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:
- 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
Hat Ihr Kind Probleme mit:
- Mitmachen und Freunde finden
- Angemessene Reaktionen auf verbale und nicht-verbale soziale Stimulus
- Reziproke Gesprächsfähigkeit entwickeln
- Umgang mit Stresssituationen
- Zusammenarbeit mit anderen Menschen
- Handhabung zwischenmenschlicher Beziehungen
- Umgang mit unangenehmen Emotionen
The group aims at building following skills:
- Sustaining friendships
- Improving self-esteem
- Being more responsible and empathetic
- Being able to express difficult feelings
- Navigating social situations successfully
Interacting with peers help children build social, reciprocal and communicative skills. Through playful activities they can learn actively listening, interpreting body language, asking questions, taking turns and other skills that will help them feel comfortable in social and unknown situation.
Die Gruppe zielt darauf ab, folgende Fähigkeiten aufzubauen:
- Freundschaften pflegen
- Verbesserung des Selbstwertgefühls
- Verantwortungsbewusster und einfühlsamer sein
- In der Lage sein, unangenehme Gefühle auszudrücken
- Soziale Situationen erfolgreich meistern
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.
Free trials are unavailable in Zurich
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.
Social Skills Group Geneva
- Social Skills Programme Co-Facilitator, Laura Alfageme
- Social Skills Programme Co-Facilitator, Nora Geppert
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information on program or registration.
When: Wednesdays, 14:30-16:00
Who: 7- 13 years old children with special educational needs, emotional/behavioral issues, bullied children
Where: Quartierhaus Kreis 6. Langmauerstrasse 7, 8006 Zürich
- CHF 70.-/ session
- CHF 630/ semester
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Practical Details for Geneva
When: Mondays from 16h30 to 18h00
Where: ASK offices
Ecumenical Center, Rm 246
1218 Grand-Saconnex (GPS address: 1 rte des Morillons)
Time: 16h30 – 18h00
- ASK Member: CHF774
- ASK Member annual rate: CHF2,160 (paid at 1st term)
- Non-ASK Member: CHF860
- Non-Member annual rate: CHF2,400 (paid at 1st term)
We offer one free trial session during which we will assess the children’s fit for the group.
Sept 14 (outside -Botanical Gardens), Sept 21 (outside – TBD), Sept 28 (outside – TBD), Oct 5 (outside – TBD), Oct 12 (outside – TBD)
Nov 2, Nov 9, Nov 16, Nov 23, Nov 30, Dec 7
Jan 11, Jan 18, Jan 25, Feb 1, Feb 8, Feb 22, Mar 1, Mar 8, Mar 15, Mar 22
Apr 12, Apr 19, Apr 26, May 3, May 10, May 17, May 31, Jun 7, Jun 14, Jun 21
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