Children Social Skills

Children Social Skills

I Dont Do Addictive Drugs is an organization consisting of psychologists and other mental health professionals dedicated to finding creative solutions for life’s challenges. Seeking advice from a professional child therapist may help you help your child grow and develop into a mature, secure adult.

Worried about your child’s social development? Is your child often teased, bullied or alone? Does your child shy away from group activities or act awkward around peers? The I Dont Do Addictive Drugs announces groups for children and teens struggling with social interactions. Our groups are composed of children who have social deficits due to Asperger’s Disorder, ADHD, Non-Verbal Learning Disabilities, or social anxiety.

What we offer:

  • Small group interaction
  • Fun & developmentally appropriate activities to spark learning
  • Safety & camaraderie
  • Parent support
  • Connections to school or other professionals
  • Individual and family therapy or social coaching

Targeted Skills Include:

  • Increasing self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Handling emotions/self-regulation
  • Conflict resolution/problem solving
  • Coping skills
  • Relationship/team building
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More About ...... Dr. Banafsheh Pezeshk, Psy.D. , QME

Dr. Banafsheh Pezeshk is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and a Med-Legal Psychology Evaluator specializing in disability evaluations, medical evaluations, Fit For Duty evaluations, treating traumas, addiction, mood disorders, and other mental health conditions and concerns.

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Dr. Banafsheh Pezeshk is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist and a Med-Legal Psychology Evaluator specializing in disability evaluations, medical evaluations, Fit For Duty evaluations, treating traumas, addiction, mood disorders, and other mental health conditions and concerns.

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