By Barbara Cooper and Nancy Widdows
The rates of autism, Asperger’s disorder, and nonverbal learning disorder are on the rise. Each of these conditions is marked by poor social skills, which is why many children with the disorders are bullied or teased by their classmates.
In this workbook two therapists who specialize in treating kids with social skills problems give teens the tools they need to make friends, read nonverbal cues, and learn the “unwritten rules” of behavior that govern social interactions. Teens also learn conversation skills and how to effectively express feelings and opinions. Good social skills can help make their lives easier.
144 pages. 8 x 10. Softcover. May 2008.
This item is part of the Teen Self-Help Recovery Workbooks.