Tuesdays This Summer: 1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
6/15, 6/22, 6/29, 7/6, 7/13, 7/20
Does your child struggle when navigating social interaction? Has Covid-19 brought up
concerns regarding your child’s social skills as we return to a “new normal”? If so, you’re not
alone. For an array of reasons, many children struggle to use healthy social skills. The goal of
this group is to introduce and review important social skills in an engaging and fun way! Group
members will have the opportunity to share their experiences and work together with each
other to build these skills and enhance self-esteem.
Group Members learn to:
 Identify social skills
 Practice utilizing social skills in real life
 Improve self-awareness
 Strengthen communication skills
 Improve self-esteem
 Strengthen problem-solving strategies
 Learn friendship-making skills
Group Leader: Katelyn Schaefer, MSW, LCSW enjoys working
with school aged children presenting with a range of concerns,
including depression, anxiety, autism, relational/peer concerns,
behavioral concerns, and school/academic issues. She works
diligently to create a safe space for children to feel supported and
understood. Katelyn also believes in the importance of bringing in
parents/guardians and other professionals to facilitate the highest
level of therapeutic support to her clients.
Who Should Attend: Boys and girls entering 3rd-5th grade
Cost: $240 for 6, 90-minute sessions. Fees are paid upon registration.
Date and time: Tuesdays: June 15th, 22nd, 29th, July 6th, 13th, and 20th
1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
Location: In-person at the WCPA office: 1215 Fern Ridge Pkwy, Suite #110 St. Louis, 63141
Masks will be optional, each family may choose for their child.
How to Register *
Online registration is available at: https://conta.cc/3tEwNws
Questions or concerns? Call WCPA at (314) 275-8599
Register Today – space in the group is limited

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