• Services 

    Skill Groups

     

    Led by: Special Educator and/or Child/Adolescent Therapist

    Our skills groups meet once per week for forty-five or sixty minutes. We offer a variety of skills groups covering topics such as Social Skills, Executive Functioning, Emotional Regulation/Coping Skills, and How to Navigate the Girl World. Please call for group schedules!

     

     

    New groups are frequently forming!

    Please contact us if you do not see a group that meets your needs!

    Individual Counseling 

    Please call (774) 847-9340 or email Info@SocialCompassCounseling.com

    Learning Disabilities

    Social Communication Disorder

    Autism

    Asperger's Syndrome

    ADD/ADHD

    Coping Skills

    Anxiety

    Depression

    Bereavement

    Emotional Regulation

    Behavioral Problems

    Social Withdrawal

    PTSD

    Divorce

    Self Injurious Behavior

    School Refusal

    Social Communication Disorder

    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

    Individual Therapy
    Group Therapy

    Developmental Delays

    Early Intervention

     

     

    *Some clinicians are accepting BCBS and Tufts

     

    Special Education Consultation, Executive Function Coaching, Individual Tutoring & Skills Work

     

    Please call (774) 847-9340 or email Info@SocialCompassCounseling.com

    Specializes in:

     

    Executive Functioning & Academic Coaching

    Social Skills & Social Thinking

    Educational Review

    IEP Consultation & Meeting Preparation

    504 Consultation and Education

    Life Skills & Functional Academics

    Independent Living Skills

    Emotional Regulation

    Individual and Group IEP Tutoring and Skills Regression Work

    Interest Inventories

    Vocational Interest Inventories and Exploration

    Person Centered Planning

    Job Coaching

    Travel Training

    Post Graduation Planning

    Development of Skills in the Community

    Learning Disabilities

    Social Communication Disorder

    ADD/ADHD

    Autism

    Asperger's Syndrome

    Down Syndrome

     

     

    *Take the frustration and confusion out of Special Education