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SOCIAL SKILLS MADE SIMPLE.

 

NEW!! Virtual Crash Course for Parents, Therapists and Educators: 

 

Social Skills and Emotion Management Skills for Children of All Ages 

 

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Understanding our Own Triggers: Feel it to Heal it

Ever wonder why certain things bother you more than others? Curious to know why you (or a loved one) have a strong emotional response to the most random events?

In this downloadable worksheet and video, we will guide you through identifying your own triggers and begin the process of healing by taking the very first step together...becoming aware of our triggers.

Meet Shifi

I have always been intrigued as to what make some families succeed and others families fail. One of the best decisions I’ve made was pursuing an advanced degree in Marriage and Family Therapy.  I have been told many times that my passion for the field is infectious and that my relentless pursuit in trying to find the “secrets to success” from the up-to-date research has actually become an obsession. My own children have been the greater impetus to the amount of time that I have spent, both in and out of school, researching how healthy families function and specifically what we need to do as parents to help our children. Thanks to the available literature and wonderful training, I’ve been able to uncover what I believe is the common denominator in healthy relationships: the development of true empathy.  

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WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO TEACH OUR CHILDREN "SOCIAL SKILLS"?

The most effective way for parents to teach Social Skills to our children is by developing appropriate Social Skills ourselves. We, the parents, must make the effort to engage and explore our relationships our spouses, friends, and especially with our children, in order to model appropriate Social Skills for them in an effective way.

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