PEERS Spring Registration is Open!

Natasha Young

PEERS for teens Social Skills Training at west coast centre for learning

PEERS: Social Skills Program for the Modern Teenager. Spring Registration is Open for Both Online and In Person programs. Begins late February!

What is PEERS social skills training? Developed at UCLA by Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson, PEERS programs are built on a solid foundation of research. They are effective in increasing social abilities among teens and young adults, particularly those facing social challenges. These programs cater to a range of needs, including Autism Spectrum Disorder and ADHD, anxiety, and depression. In these programs, teens engage in practical learning through role-playing and interactive exercises. Simultaneously, parents play an active role, learning strategies to guide their teens in social settings. This multifaceted approach ensures the skills that are taught extend beyond the classroom, and into everyday life.
At West Coast Centre for Learning, we recognize the diverse and individual learning needs and therefore offer PEERS programs in various formats. Whether it’s through online sessions or in-person classes, our aim is to make social skill development accessible to all teens that need it. Our dedication to science-backed social skills training is unwavering. By offering PEERS programs in diverse formats, we open up a world of social opportunities, helping teens and young adults navigate life with confidence and success.
Click HERE for more information on our program and registration!