Serving children and young people ages 2-21+

SEC provides a variety of services using research-based methods, designed to build a solid foundation of social awareness. Each service we provide is considered a step along a path to build social skills, problem solving strategies, confidence and independence.  Our programming can be used in sequence, or it is often used in conjunction to provide support and instruction on the complexities of social interaction and skill development.

We offer two types of individual sessions – individual psychotherapy and individual social skills therapy – both designed to work on goals specific to your child’s needs. We develop individualized treatment plans that focus on creating a positive and safe environment for skill building. Our approach focuses on the client’s strengths to support and encourage individual growth. The following table provides more information about our two types of individual sessions. For more information, click here.

Individual Psychotherapy Individual Social Skills
Establishing goals Establishing goals
Developing coping strategies Developing coping strategies
Managing anxiety Conversation skills
Treating mental and emotional issues Concept building
Behavior therapy / cognitive therapy Initiating and maintaining friendships
Increasing emotional awareness Navigating social media appropriately
Developing skills for improving relationships Non-verbal social awareness and skill building
Provided by LPC or MSW Designing and implementing positive behavior management strategies
Examining social skills needs/ providing constructive feedback for improvement

Our group sessions are designed to provide opportunities for individuals to practice and learn new skills.  We structure our groups to facilitate individual growth within a group setting.

SEC offers a variety of academic and therapeutic services to provide well-rounded support to all of our clients.

For a listing of additional available services click here