Social & Coping Skills for Home & School:
An Ultra-Positive Training Approach

Wednesday, January 27, 7:00 - 8:15 PM

Are you seeing big progress from your child’s social skills group or school Social Emotional Learning (SEL) curriculum? If not, it’s hard for the struggling child to generalize learned social skills from one setting to another.

Whether it’s stubborn habits, anxiety, or forgetting, your child may not employ the great social skills he or she is learning. Discover the ultra-positive social training approach described in Mike Fogel’s new book, “The Social-Emotional Guidebook.”

Learn how successful programs such as the Art of Friendship & Camp Pegasus create positive learning cycles to reinforce skill acquisition and provide compassionate social coaching for miscues, and how you can, too!

Register in advance for this meeting.

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About our presenter: 

Michael Fogel, MA, ATR-BC, LPC, the founder/director of the Child and Family Art Therapy Center, is passionate about making the world a better place, one child and family at a time. Mike is a nationally registered, board certified art psychotherapist, and is a licensed professional counselor in practice since 1995. His penchant for innovation and creative problem-solving led to the creation of several unique child-centric programs: Individual Art-Play Therapy with Parent Support, the Art of Friendship Social Skills Program, the Team for Fun Community: An Un-Anti Bullying School Assembly, and Camp Pegasus, a social skills day camp. Mike was honored with the 2006 "Innovation in Art Therapy Award" by the Delaware Valley Art Therapy Association for his "tireless effort to take art therapy to forward-looking and ground-breaking places."