Resources Directory Children & Adolescents > Area Social Skills Trainings
 ProviderDescriptionWebsitePhoneLocation
Aspiring Youth - Ryther Child Center Social Skills GroupsThis social enrichment program helps young people develop the skills and confidence to feel comfortable as they navigate the social world. The programs are for students who have challenges in the mainstream social setting. Many students do have a diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome, LD or similar developmental traits, but no diagnosis is necessary to participate. The program works with children, teens, and young adults in the Seattle and Eastside areas, please contact Ben Wahl for more informationLink206-517-0241Seattle
Carrie Sheppard, LMHC - MindSource CenterThe mental health counselors and therapists offer a wide range of counseling, evaluation and training services to address a variety of social, emotional, and developmental needs. They specialize in those impacted by autism spectrum disorders, learning and neurodevelopmental challenges offering both individual or group options. Services for children, teens, and adults. Not located in the Seattle, distance counseling and services availableLink253-639-7146Covington
Gregory Greenberg, Ph.D.Provides Social Skills therapy individually for children with AD/HD, also helps families manage the behavior issues their children may experience.425-637-7700Bellevue
Leslie Fields, M.Ed., LMHC - Casey’s ClubhouseThe Social Skills programs work on regulation, problem solving, mindfulness, confidence, determination, and mastery. These six skills are broken down into different approaches so children have opportunities to integrate and reinforce what they are learning. The groups are for children grades 1-8. Contact: Leslie Fields.Link425-503-3925 Kirkland
Lisa Ann Mikulencak, M.A., LMHC, CMHSWorks with children experiencing life problems, learning challenges, understanding friendships, enemies and bulling and other awkward social challenges. Some children have learning issues, ADHD, high functioning Autism, Asperger’s, Sensory Processing Disorder, anxiety or depression. Children do not need a diagnoses to participate in the classesLink206-683-8625Seattle
Minnette Stewart, M.A., CCC, SLP
Seattle Speech
Works with young adults in job coaching and life skills trainingLink206-650-1601Seattle
Sandy Swan, M.Ed. - Licensed Mental Health CounselorSocial Skills and Self-Esteem groups are available for primary ages 5-8, and Intermediate ages 9-12 upon request.Link253-234-4459Renton
Spotlight Social Skills – Northwest Speech Therapy - Regina Feinberg, M.A., CCC-SLPSpotlight Social Skills works with children, adolescents and young adults who have challenges with social interaction. The skills groups provide the opportunity to understand, practice and enhance social skills in order to make friends and get along with others at home, school and work. Many children in the groups have a diagnosis of Asperger’s Syndrome, High Functioning Autism, PDD-NOS and/or ADHD, while others just struggle with social skills. Link206-226-8813Mercer Island
Wally’s Club and Wally’s Play Groups
Karrin Grutz, B.A.
Classes teach children to deal with conflict and anger, how to make friends, how to develop important life-long social skills and how to communicate effectively. Coached play groups for preschoolers, kindergarteners, and home schoolers with an emphasis on social skillsLink206-281-8403Seattle