Group Therapy & Social Skills Classes






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Group Therapy & Social Skills Classes

Stone Creek's Group Therapy and Social Skills Classes are tailored specifically to children, adolescents and adults. Each class is uniquely designed for that age group’s developmental level, needs and personalities. If you do not see a group or class that is right for you or your child, please let us know. We are always looking to provide services based on the needs of our community.


Elementary Age Social Skills Classes

As children mature, social interactions not only become more important, they become more difficult and sophisticated. This can sometimes lead them to getting in trouble in school, being bullied or teased, and feeling left out. Sometimes they may even become the “bully.” These children may struggle with hyperactivity, anxiety, rigidity and problem-solving difficulties. Our trained play therapist facilitates classes that focus on developing leadership skills and nurturing children’s ability to negotiate with peers, be appropriately assertive, problem solve, and be more flexible. Our elementary-age classes run concurrent to school semesters (Fall, Spring, and Summer) and last between 10 and 16 weeks. Elementary age classes are 45-50 minutes in length.

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Junior High Social Skills Classes

Middle school is an important time of development and growth for an adolescent. The onset of puberty brings physical, cognitive, and emotional changes. Our Junior High Social Skills Classes are separated by gender and designed to help middle school students understand and cope with these changes while learning to navigate the social challenges that arise during Junior High. Members are supported to improve a variety of skills such as communication, conflict resolution, and emotional regulation to help them in developing and maintaining steady social connections.

High School Social Skills Class

In High School, adjusting to increased academic demands while navigating important interpersonal relationships can be difficult for many adolescents. These classes provide a safe place for high school students to connect and identify with others who may be coping with similar situations and challenges. High school classes are designed to support members to manage stress, anxiety and anger, improve self-esteem and develop coping skills to deal with peer pressure. Social skills classes are separated by gender and provide a place for members to set and achieve goals, form healthy relationships and to feel empowered, confident and understood!

Young Adult Social Skills Class

The transition from adolescence to adulthood can bring a variety of new struggles in many areas of a young person's life such as academic or career, peer relationships, romantic relationships and family relationships. Social skills classes can support young men and women to adjust to new challenges of adulthood, cope with academic and professional stresses, improve social skills, boost confidence and self-esteem and navigate through shifting dynamics of family relationships.

ADHD Women's Classes

The neurological makeup of ADHD presents unique struggles for women not only socially, but emotionally, professionally and at times even physically. Stone Creek's ADHD Women's Class focuses on addressing the unique issues women with ADHD face daily including social struggles, marital problems, parenting difficulties, physical health issues, and professional underachievement. Under the guidance and supervision of Director and ADHD Specialist, Dianne W. Appolito, LCSW, the class provides a safe environment for women to explore the negative aspects of ADHD and learn about the positives. Members can hope to gain valuable skills to improve self-esteem, socialization, marital communication, organization, time management, emotional regulation and more.

Our current Group Therapy and/or Social Skills Classes are:

Pre-Kindergarten Co-Ed Social Skills Classes Michele H. Kamerman, LPC, RPT Summer 2017 Monday 4:00 p.m.
Kindergarten Co-Ed Social Skills Classes Michele H. Kamerman, LPC, RPT Summer 2017 Tuesday 5:00 p.m.
1st/2nd Grade Girls Social Skills Classes Michele H. Kamerman, LPC, RPT Summer 2017 Tuesday 4:00 p.m.
1st/2nd Grade Boys Social Skills Classes Michele H. Kamerman, LPC, RPT Summer 2017 Thursday 5:00 p.m.
3rd-5th Grade Girls Social Skills Classes Michele H. Kamerman, LPC, RPT Summer 2017 Thursday 4:00 p.m.
3rd-5th Grade Boys Social Skills Classes Michele H. Kamerman, LPC, RPT and Keri M. Silverstein, LCSW Summer2017 Monday 5:00 p.m.
Junior High Girls Social Skills Classes Supervised by Michele H. Kamerman, LPC, RPT and Keri M. Silverstein, LCSW Ongoing TBA TBA
Junior High Boys Social Skills Classes(7th/8th Grade) Keri M. Silverstein, LCSW Ongoing Wednesday 5:00 p.m.
High School Girls Group Stephanie L. Marks, LPC Ongoing Thursday 6:00 p.m.
High School Boys Social Skills Classes Keri M. Silverstein, LCSW Ongoing Wednesday 4:00 p.m.
Young Adult Social Skills Classes Leticia H. White, LMSW Ongoing Thursday TBA
*Please note that details for upcoming groups and/or classes are subject to change as needed based on member sign-ups and therapists' schedules. Upcoming groups and classes that do not meet the minimum number of members by the registration deadline may be canceled without notice.

If you're interested in signing up or receiving more information on Group Therapy or Social Skills Classes, please call 281-579-0703 or use the contact form below.


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