Welcome to Social Minds

Social Minds Therapy for neurodivergent kids and teens

Learning to interact in various social settings is an important skill, but it’s not something that comes naturally to everyone, especially those with language, speech difficulties or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Social Minds provides Social Skills support for kids, teens & young adults who experience social challenges. We help individuals by providing skills and strategies to help them feel confident when navigating their social world and building a stronger sense of self to achieve their individualised goals.

Our focus is on ensuring kids, teens & young adults with learning or behavioural difficulties aren’t disadvantaged from thriving socially. With a multidisciplinary approach, our programs combine evidence-based practices and a flexible approach where we modify our programs to suit each individual enrolled with us. We collaborate closely with schools, early childhood settings, professionals and parents/carers to help children, teens & young adults with learning disabilities and difficulties delve into their social minds to be the best version of themselves. As a result, our participants learn social skills in a safe and supportive environment, which they can take to the real world.

Social Minds strives to provide a specialised social skills service focused on boosting our learners’ confidence whilst making it a fun experience. Our dynamic team works collaboratively to ensure that our participants learn great long-term strategies to help them navigate their social world and strategies that work for them. 

Meet Monique

Social Minds started with founder Monique who had a passion for helping students in their learning. As a mobile tutoring service, Monique assisted her neighbours and local community members with their homework whilst completing her final years of school. She quickly realised her impact on these young learners and the rewarding experience of being an educator and built a strong relationship with all her students.

This resulted in the establishment of Love2Learn Tutoring & Early Learning in 2019. Social Minds is an extension of Love2Learn, and after finishing her degree in Autism at UOW in 2022, Monique is excited to be offering a service like no other in South West Sydney with her dynamic team.

The founder of Social Minds

Our Programs

Offering age and goal specific programs
Social Explorers Program for children with autism hosted by Social Minds
Social Explorers
Ages 4 - 7

The Social Explorers Curriculum is designed to help young learners develop the skills they need to be flexible social thinkers and social problem solvers. The program is explicitly taught through describing and demonstrating concrete concepts through structured play.

Zones of Regulation program run by Social Minds
Zones Of Regulation
Ages 4 - 12

This program is designed for students who struggle with self-regulation. The curriculum is geared towards helping students gain skills in consciously regulating their actions, which in turn leads to increased control and problem solving abilities.

Secret Agent Society Program with Social Minds
Secret Agent Society®
Ages 8 - 12

Secret Agent Society is a breakthrough social skills approach for ASD children aged 8-12. Your child will learn new skills to help support them through life’s different social & emotional challenges. This course takes a fun, in-depth approach and it works! It was created by Clinical Psychologist Dr Renae Beaumont and it’s used world-wide.

PEERS Program for kids and teens with autism as run by Social Minds
Ages 13 - 17 | Ages 18 - 30

The PEERS® program is an internationally acclaimed, evidence-based social skills group program for adolescents and young adults with social challenges. The program assists motivated teens and young adults with social challenges who are interested in learning ways to help them make and keep friends allowing the formation of more positive relationships.

A sensory room for all ages at the Social Minds centre in Camden
Our Sensory Room
All Ages

A Multisensory Room can be beneficial to children, adults with sensory processing disorders, autism, developmental delays or disabilities, ADHD, cerebral palsy, dementia, and those experiencing mental health issues. Visiting our Sensory Room is incorporated into our social skills programs.

Social Minds Club for kids and teens with autism and special needs
Social Minds Club
Building a community of support

Social Minds Club has been designed to help Kids & Teens with Social Challenges foster confidence and learn skills to assist them with navigating their social world. This program is for all kids and adolescents and is our NON-NDIS Program. SMC is adapted to fit the needs of those in the group and is a free-flowing friendship-building group that runs both in the centre and out in the community.

Our Socials

Keeping connected and staying up-to-date