Ryan Wexelblatt, LSW, CAS
Ryan Wexelblatt, LSW, CAS

Profile Details

Contact Name:
Ryan Wexelblatt, LSW, CAS
Group:
Active Professional Organization Member
Email 1:
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Last Name 1:
Wexelblatt
First Name 1:
Ryan
Address 1:
114 Forrest Ave.
Address 2:
Suite. 210
City:
Narberth
State:
PA
Zip:
19072
County:
Montgomery
Work Phone:
484-278-1088
Age Served:
Children (7 and up) through young adults
Directory Description:
Center for ADHD provides social skills programs for boys, therapy for self-regulation and social anxiety, a Summer Travel Program, Executive Function Treatment and individual Social Thinking instruction. We work with children, adolescents and young adults.

The Center is filling a tremendous need in the ADHD/Asperger's/ASD populations as the only provider of social skills programs that are co-facilitated by two men.

Our social skills programs are based on the Social Thinking methodology created by Michelle Garcia Winner. Ryan Wexelblatt, Center Director has received a Social Thinking Clinical Training Level 1 Certificate of Completion.

Please visit our website for information about our innovative programs.
Organization:
Center for ADHD
Professional Category:
Camp/ESY Program, Other, Social Skills Group, Therapy-Mutiple Disc
Professional Category Other:
Executive Function Treatment
Resource and Professional Directory:
Yes
Title:
Director
URL:
http://www.adhdphila.com
Social Groups -Support Groups - Workshops-Classes:
Guy Stuff: A hygiene/puberty/sexuality education program for boys. Separate programs for 5th grade, Middle School and High School.
"How to Hang Out"- a social recreational program to teach boys how to cultivate and friendships with other boys. Separate groups for middle school and high school.

Executive Function Skill Building Day Trips-Held on school holidays and vacation days.
Camps and Summer Programs:
Center for ADHD is pleased to announce the launch of our 2017 Summer Travel Program for boys ages 12-15 who present with ADHD, Asperger's or learning differences. Students may sign up for our full 8-week session or either 4-week session.

The Summer Travel Program is designed to help boys improve their social thinking, self-regulation, executive function and age-expected independent skills through a fun, active program. Local day and overnight trips are the setting to help boys generalize these skills experientially.

Please visit: www.adhdsummer.com for more information.