Social Savvy: Relational Skills for Kids and Tweens

Social Savvy Building Relational Skills
Michelle Brownlee

Michelle Brownlee, LPCC



July 10, 2024 9:00 am


90 min sessions, weekly for 4 weeks (July 10, 17, 24, 31). Ages 6-10 will meet 9-1030 am, 11-14 will meet at 11-1230 pm.


Family Strong Counseling: 11180 W 44th Ave, Ste 106, Wheat Ridge, CO 80033


Early Bird Rate: $160 ($40/session) for all 4 sessions (deadline June 28)


A relational and social skills building group for kids ages 6-14. 


Time: 9:00-10:30 for ages 6-10                             

          11:00-12:30 for ages 11-14

Has your child or student had difficulties making and keeping friends? If so, our upcoming summer workshop promises to be an invaluable resource for children and adolescents navigating the complexities of social interaction. 

Led by therapist, educator, and school counselor, Michelle Brownlee, LPCC at Family Strong Counseling and Wellness, this workshop is tailored to empower students ages 6-14 who may struggle with friendship dynamics, including those with mild to moderate autism. Here’s what participants can expect:

  • Expert Guidance: Michelle brings her wealth of expertise to provide compassionate, comprehensive instruction and hands-on practice, ensuring that skills learned are applied effectively in real-life scenarios.

  • Practical Application: Through interactive exercises in small groups, participants will learn to translate abstract social concepts into tangible actions, encouraging cooperation and partnership among peers in a safe and inclusive environment.

  • Skills Development: Students will learn behaviors that are predictive of positive social outcomes, such as forming lasting friendships and experiencing genuine happiness.

  • Emotional Growth: Our workshop is designed to gently nurture emotional intelligence, self-awareness and self-esteem, empowering students to confidently navigate social situations.

  • Cognitive and Language Development: Participants will sharpen cognitive and language skills, laying a strong foundation for establishing secure and fulfilling peer relationships.


Michelle Brownlee

As a compassionate therapist, school counselor, and educator, Michelle is a dedicated advocate for children and adolescents. With over two decades of experience, she employs a holistic and attachment-focused approach to nurture secure and fulfilling relationships and enhance the mental well-being, emotional growth and happiness of her clients, young and old alike. Michelle’s expertise lies in fostering resilience within a warm and nurturing therapeutic environment, ensuring each child feels supported on their journey toward emotional growth and fulfillment.

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