Social Skills Group for Preschool Children

Social Skills Group for Preschool Children

The social skills program for preschool aged children is an evidence-based program to support the social development of children who experience difficulties in relating to other children. The program is individualised to each child, and follows an age-appropriate play-based model to support the development of their social skills in a friendly and fun environment.

Registering for Parent Membership will Provide 10% on Below Fees as well other ASK programs.

Preschool Children:

A social group for young children who are experiencing social difficulties in the Geneva region

New Term Fee: CHF 495 

Every Monday from 15h00 to 16h00

Term 3 Dates:

Apr 24th

Mai 1st, 8th, 15th, 22th

June 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th

It is a compulsory pre-requisite to register online for your son/daughter to be able to take part in the social skills program. If this is your first time joining an ASK social skills program, you will need to register for a trial session first, and then register your son/daughter permanently after discussing with the group facilitators.

Book Program

Term Rate - Preschool Children CHF 495

*10% discount available for Parent Members, log in to your account to receive the discount at check-out.

Available Places: 6
The Term Rate - Preschool Children ticket is sold out. You can try another ticket or another date.
Trial Session CHF 0

* 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.

Available Places: 20
The Trial Session ticket is sold out. You can try another ticket or another date.


ASK Geneva
Ecumenical Center, 1218 Grand-Saconnex (GPS address: 1 rte des Morillons)


Social Skills Group - Geneva
+41 (0) 22 788 21 02

ASK is dedicated to offering a range of programmes and services driven by the needs of parents, their children, young adults, and professionals.