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“Skills Check” Youth RPG Social Skills Group

Unleash Your Child’s Potential Through Fantasy RPG Play

Are you a parent looking for an engaging and innovative way to help your child (ages 12+) improve their social skills?

Look no further! At CFCE, we offer a unique and exciting approach to social skills training using tabletop role-playing games (RPGs) set in a fantasy world filled with wizards, warriors, dragons, and more!

A 7-Week Program for Youth (ages 12+)

Sundays from 1PM – 3PM

In Person at our Marlton-Maple location (50 S. Maple Ave.)

Winter 2024 Registration is Closed – Group is Full

Sundays 1/14, 1/21, 1/28, 2/4, 2/11, 2/18, and 2/25

Fee:  $390 total for 7-week program

Groups are affirming and inclusive of all gender identities and expressions.

Why Choose Our RPG Social Skills Program?

  • Engagement: RPGs provide an exciting and motivating platform that captivates participants, making the learning process enjoyable.
  • Real-Life Application: The skills developed through RPG gameplay directly translate to improved social interactions and relationships.
  • Safe and Supportive Environment: Our program fosters a non-judgmental and inclusive space for every participant to grow and thrive.
  • Experienced Coaches: Our team of experienced coaches is dedicated to guiding your child’s journey towards enhanced social skills.

Key Aspects of Our Skills Check: Fantasy RPG Social Skills Coaching Group

1. Emotional Regulation:

  • Explore and manage a wide range of emotions through character role-play.
  • Develop emotional regulation skills by navigating challenging situations in the game.
  • Acquire strategies to identify and cope with emotions in everyday life.

2. Collaboration and Problem Solving:

  • Engage in cooperative gameplay that encourages teamwork and collaboration.
  • Solve complex challenges within the context of a fantastical world, honing problem-solving abilities.
  • Learn to work effectively with others to achieve common goals, a skill applicable to various aspects of life.

3. Multiple Perspective Thinking:

  • Develop the ability to consider different points of view and understand the motivations of various characters within the game.
  • Enhance empathy and empathy-related skills by role-playing diverse characters with unique backgrounds and perspectives.
  • Apply this newfound perspective-taking skill to real-life situations and interactions.

4. Narrative Transference:

  • Immerse yourself in captivating RPG narratives that encourage creativity and storytelling.
  • Practice effective communication and storytelling, which are vital components of strong social interactions.
  • Transfer storytelling skills to real-life scenarios, boosting confidence and self-expression.

To secure your child’s spot or to learn more about our Skills Check: Social Skills Coaching Group, please contact us today.

Together, we’ll embark on a journey that will unlock your child’s full potential!