Social Skills Training

If you are an adult and find yourself struggling with ease and confidence in navigating social situations in personal and workplace relationships, Social Skills Training may be right for you. 
Social communication can be impacted by a variety of disorders, such as anxiety, ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder), Brain Injury, and ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder); or by a change in environment or audience (e.g. location, workplace, change in role or demands, or social circle). Like any skill, social communication can be improved.
Together, we will create a profile of your strengths and challenges, reduce barriers, develop improved social thinking and understanding, and implement a step-by-step plan to increase social communication confidence and success. 

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EXAMPLES OF GOAL STATEMENTS:

I will understand and/or reframe the value of social communication

 

I will feel confident engaging in small talk conversation across many scenarios (e.g. social and workplace situations)

I will become a contributing participant in conversation 

I will develop a better understanding of how to use and interpret nonverbal cues, such as body language and tone of voice

I will use a step-by-step approach to reduce fears and anxiety relating to social communication

I will examine and repair barriers and perceptions that lead to breakdowns in communication

I will use assertive communication to better navigate conflict

I will present myself in a way that is authentic and aligned with how I wish to be perceived 

SpeechAppeal

2300 Yonge Street, Suite 1600, Toronto, ON M5C 2X4
Email Alyssa McCarthy at alyssa@speechappealclinic.com
Email Daniel Boyle at daniel@speechappealclinic.com
 
Office Phone: 416-549-1641
Office Fax: 416-549-1619
Address: 2300 Yonge Street, Suite 1600, Toronto, ON M5C 2X4