At CCL, we continue to expand our programs for children and families. We are very excited to offer new groups to facilitate your child's social- emotional development. We look forward to working with your children.
Our 6th annual Innovators In Education Conference brings experts in the area of education and mental health to our area. Hope you can join us!
Preschool - Kindergarten


Social Adventurers will focus on building the foundational Social Thinking® concepts for interacting with peers. Concepts include social observation, play skills, perspective taking, being a part of the group, and problem solving. We will share our imaginations going on adventures and completing group challenges. This program uses the We Thinkers!™ Curriculum.

Social Smarts

Children will learn the thinking process behind social skills as they begin to understand the importance of thinking about others. Through group activities, they will practice fundamental skills and strategies that will teach them how to participate in a group, read cues to guess thoughts, expand their social emotional vocabulary, understand the perspective of their peers, and adapt their behaviors across settings

The Detective Agency

Detectives will explore core Social Thinking concepts of looking for clues, being aware of other people’s thoughts and feelings, group expectations and more. As they complete challenges and group missions, the detectives will improve their self-awareness and self-regulation abilities.


Train The Brain

This group is designed to empower children by targeting their self-awareness to improve their social/emotional, self-regulation, executive functioning, and communication skills --all while having fun! Multiple evidence brain-based methodologies will be incorporated, including Brain Talk, Social Thinking, Zones of Regulation, and Mindfulness. Weekly take home ideas and simple strategies to practice will be provided for both child and parent.

Awesomely Social
  Ready to communicate with greater social ease? This interactive group is designed for children who are ready to dig deeper into their ability to understand, increase and use their perspective taking abilities to communicate with confidence.  Children will learn how to handle emotional reactions within themselves and others, gain cognitive flexibility, and understand the social code for working in groups. Through the lens of a growth mindset, we will explore strategies to effectively communicate by negotiating ideas and problem solving with others.


( Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills) is a 13-week, 1.5-hour evidence-based social skills intervention for adolescents with social challenges. During each group session, adolescents and young adults are taught important skills and are given the opportunity to practice these skills during socialization activities. Parents attend separate sessions focused on assisting their teens in making and keeping friends. Parents learn to help expand their teen’s social network and provide feedback. Enrollment is limited. Parent participation is required.

AND MORE.......
It Takes Two to Talk ®
The It Takes Two to Talk Program is designed specifically for parents of young children (birth to 5 years of age) who have been identified as having a language delay. In a small, personalized group setting, parents learn practical strategies to help their children learn language naturally throughout their day together.

The It Takes Two to Talk Program teaches you, step-by-step, how to become your child’s most important language teacher.


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Yoga For Children
Our office is now offering individual yoga sessions for children with Andrea Creel, MSW, LMSW, E-RYT 200, founder of Shining Kids Yoga.
Individual yoga sessions can assist children in many ways, including:
- increasing emotional self-regulation skills
- increasing strength and flexibility in the body
- learning mind-body skills for decreasing feelings of stress or anxiety

Sessions are 30 minutes long and are tailored to meet the unique needs of each child.

Embracing Neurodiversity: Strength-Based Strategies for Children & Teens
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