Social Skills Group:
Children Ages 7-9
Sundstrom Clinical Services is pleased to announce a four-week social skills group for children ages 7-9. Groups can be an effective way for young children to work on problem-solving, developing empathy, teamwork, and establishing and maintaining friendships. This social skills group is formatted to simulate similar structure to a school hybrid schedule to allow opportunities for children to learn and practice skills to connect virtually and in-person. Each session will include group activities that promote problem-solving, logical thinking, sensory exploration, or creativity with opportunities to practice what they have learned both in session and in the weeks between.
May 5 (In-Person), May 12 (Virtual)
May 19 (In-Person), May 26 (Virtual)
$200 for 4 week package/ $50 per session
*Insurance may apply.
For questions or to enroll please contact Lisa Snow
Lisa Masako Snow, Psy.D., is licensed as a clinical psychologist by the Oregon Board of Psychology and Washington Examining Board of Psychology. Dr. Snow completed her doctoral training in Clinical Psychology from Pacific University. Dr. Snow provides both comprehensive psychological evaluations and behavioral treatment for children. Dr. Snow’s theoretical orientation integrates developmental, behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, and attachment-based interventions. Clinical interests include early childhood cases, multi-racial identity development, neurodivergence, elimination disorders, anxiety, disruptive behaviors, and socio-emotional delays.