social skills training


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social skills training

The components of rehabilitation programs that focus on the skills necessary for effective interaction with other people.
See also: training
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The current study included five participants who were referred to a local university-based clinic for social skills training. Consent for participation was obtained from parents or guardians of each participant after they were given a review of the purpose and procedures of the social skills group.
Family psychoeducation, social skills training, and maintenance chemotherapy in the aftercare treatment of schizophrenia.
Effects of social skills training and social milieu treatment on symptoms of schizophrenia.
Social skills training for children with ASD prior to entering camp to increase their chance for success in the camp environment.
Social Skills Training: For Children and Adolescents with Asperger Syndrome and Social Communication Problems ([SST] Baker, 2003) served as the intervention, from which 6 skills were identified to serve as the focus for this study.
To determine the effectiveness of the Social Skills Training Program for Children, the Wally Child Social Problem-Solving Detective Test and the Wally Understanding Feelings Test were administered to the children in the experimental and control groups before and after the training program.
Social skills training with children and young people: Theory, evidence and practice.
The Effect of Social Skills Training Interventions on Social Competence
Speech and language therapy can including counselling, personal contact psychology, modification techniques, relaxation, anxiety control, hypnotherapy and social skills training. Some GPs prescribe tranquillisers for adults who stammer a lot.
TRI also offers young adults with individual, family and group counseling, social skills training, individualized teaching and academic remediation.
In order to help mental health consumers equip the essential social skills necessary in the workplace and facilitate mental health consumers for competitive employment, both foreign and local studies have shown the potential of implementing social skills training in the vocational rehabilitation context (Mueser & McGurk, 2004; Tsang & Pearson, 2001; Tsang, 2003; Wallace, Tauber, & Wilde, 1999; Wallace & Tauber, 2004).
Some promising complementary approaches are school remediation; social skills training; recognizing and treating allergies; improving nutrition by avoiding additives, chemicals and refined sugars; .ADD coaching; behavioral cognitive therapies; individual and family education; EEG Biofeedback; homeopathy; and other mind/body techniques.