SMARTS Executive Functioning Group
Spring 2020 Groups - Groups begin week of January 27!
Saturdays, 10:30-11:20 AM
Wednesdays, 6:30-7:20 PM
Only 1 Open Seat!
A few spots remain!
This psycho-educational group is for students who need support with executive functioning skills. Executive function (EF) is a broad term used to describe the complex cognitive processes that are the foundation for flexible, goal-directed behaviors. Key EF processes include shifting flexibly (cognitive flexibility), goal setting, organizing and prioritizing, accessing working memory, as well as self-monitoring and self-checking.
This unique group will meet weekly for one-hour group sessions on specific executive functioning skills. Each individual client will meet with a facilitator for a 30-minute one-on-one session immediately before or after the group session on alternating weeks. Three parent sessions will also be included in the semester-long program.
Informational video about our groups: