PEERS® for teens ages 13 - 17

PEERS® for young adults 18 - 30

Evidence based social skills course for Teenagers & Young Adults

About PEERS®

PEERS® stands for Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relational Skills. The program is an internationally acclaimed, evidence-based social skills group program for adolescents and young adults with social challenges.

The program runs for 16 weeks, consisting of 90 minute weekly sessions. 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.

Evidence-Based Success

Peers® for Teens is recognised world-wide as one of the most successful evidence-based programs of its kind in the world and has helped thousands of children over the last 10 years.

Originally developed by Dr Elizabeth Laugeson at the University of California (UCLA) PEERS®, the program has a strong evidence-base for use with adolescents and young adults with Aspergers/ASD, but is also highly appropriate for those with ADHD, anxiety, depression, learning difficulties, those who may be twice exceptional or gifted and talented or indeed anyone experiencing social challenges.

Participant Sessions

16 sessions

90 minutes per session

Small groups consisting of teens/young adults with one leader

Parent/Mentor Sessions

8 sessions

90 minutes per session

Small groups consisting of parents/mentors with one leader

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