Creative Therapy Adelaide

Social Skills Drama groups

This exciting new program focuses on providing children with opportunities to play out situations they find tricky and practice their social and problem-solving skills. Drama-based games, music and movement will help active kids hone their skills and participate in group play and activities.

BUILD SOCIAL SKILLS

BUILD EMOTIONAL regulation

BUILD ATTENTION

Facilitated by a qualified educator and Master Creative Arts Therapy (Drama) student, your child will have fun and learn some social skills along the way. It is an 11 week program with the first session being an orientation to the program.

Information regarding skills practised in the session will be available to parents and simple activities encouraged, to strengthen new learning outside of the sessions.

time drama groups

PROGRAM STARTS:
23 APRIL 2021

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PROGRAM DURATION:
10 WEEKS + ORIENTATION DAY  

duration session drama group

SESSION DURATION:
50 MINUTES

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Fridays 3:30PM

Suitable for children in Preschool, Reception and Year One

FAQ

The sessions include an orientation, a topic focus and then a closing activity. 
The first session being an orientation to the program.
Session 1 parents/carers will be invited to participate in a short activity with the children.

To build social skills and improve self awareness in preschool and early primary school-aged children.

Our expert facilitator can support you to participate. If necessary, a parent may remain as a support person for the duration of the group or as long as necessary.

We have 11-week programs and follow-on programs will become available by demand.

Come in comfortable clothes – clothes that enable you to move freely. A drink bottle – we may need to rehydrate during our activities, but a sip of water can also be useful to help self-regulate. It is encouraged that a snack is eaten prior to the session as no eating will be allowed during the session.

Information regarding skills practised in the session will be available to parents and simple practise activities suggested, and encouraged, to strengthen the new learning outside of the sessions.

Parents/carers are required to remain onsite – waiting room or carpark. Children who need extra assistance may need their parent to remain in the room for the session. It is, however, strongly encouraged that parents/carers enable their children to participate independently as the groups are a place for children to develop social skills that they can apply in settings where parents/carers may not always be i.e. School.

Book an Orientation Day (free) session or for the Term.