Social Skills 

are a Superpower

Offering young people a gift that lasts a lifetime.


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I teach your children the skills needed to succeed academically, socially, and emotionally. 

When your child has social confidence, they can conquer anything.

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Social Skills Tutoring for Youth Ages 7-17


Social skills are the skills we use to interact with others. They include things like how to make friends, how to communicate effectively, and how to resolve conflict.

Social skills are important for success in school, sports, making friends, and even in academic interviews.

If you are the parent or caretaker of a child age 7-17 and they are struggling with social skills, they may benefit from social skills tutoring.

Social skills tutoring can help them learn the skills needed to interact with family, peers, and adults in a positive and productive way.


What We Do

At our social skills tutoring program, we help youth learn the following skills:

  • Self-regulation and Self-control
  • Self-awareness
  • Eye Contact, Greetings, and Introductions
  • Common Courtesies
  • Making friends
  • Communicating effectively
  • Resolving conflict
  • Self-confidence
  • Empathy, Integrity & Respect
  • Overcoming Shyness
  • Table Manners
  • Social Manners
  • Social Tutoring for youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder


How We Do It

Social Skills Tutoring for Youth is a local, New England-based program, not available online. Tutoring is taught through two options:

  • Private, 1:1 instruction
  • Small group instruction


Our Philosophy

We believe that everyone can learn social skills. We also believe that social skills are learned best in a supportive and encouraging environment. Our goal is to help youth develop the social skills they need to succeed in life.

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Focusing on improving social skills takes time and effort, but it's worth it. Enrolling your child now will help them become more confident and outgoing.

They will be more likely to make friends, succeed in school, and connect with the people who can help them reach whatever goals they set for themselves.