Are you looking for an evidence-based social skills program that actually works? Does your child have autism, ADHD, anxiety, or difficulty with social and emotional skills?
The Secret Agent Society (SAS) is small group social skills program for children aged 8-12 years. SAS engages participants with spy-themed games and eye-catching resources. The curriculum has been proven to improve the social and emotional skills of participants.
Secret Agent Society participants learn how to:
- Recognise and manage their own emotions
- Cope with change
- Solve social problems
- Detect other people’s emotions
- Talk and play with others
- Deal effectively with bullying
SAS features an animated ‘secret agent’ computer game as well as parent and teacher resources and information sessions to encourage children to use their new skills at home and at school. At the end of the program, the junior detectives will graduate as a ‘secret agent’, armed with the social and emotional tools they need to continue their work in the ‘real world’. SAS is a fun, small group program that aims to help children learn how to feel happier, calmer, and braver!
For further information about the program, and the research behind it, visit the Social Skills Training Institute website, http://www.sst-institute.net.
Learning Curve Psychology has a specially trained psychologist who delivers the Secret Agent Society program at our Beaconsfield clinic on a regular basis. To inquire about enrolling your child or to attend one of our information sessions, please contact our friendly team on 9768 9990 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.