For some people with ADHD, being social fills up their battery. Yet, for others, it drains them of their energy. But the truth is that
Meet Caroline Maguire, M.Ed.
Helping parents, families and adults navigate today’s complex social emotional world.
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Are you searching for social emotional learning answers for yourself, your child, your school, or your clients to:
- Connect well with others
- Get along/ make friends / deepen your social network
- Understand everyone by being a “social spy?”
I offer practical, “real world,” and easy-to-follow solutions to learn how to relate better to others. From chit chat, to deeper connections, interacting in groups, to being a true friend, I teach people how to connect with greater confidence… and thrive.
I have the answers you need.
Becoming a Social Spy: How to Read People Using Observational Learning
How We Can Help You
Feeling secure in today’s world is hard for adults and kids alike.
Today, more people than ever have experienced feeling deep wells of social isolation and struggle with making friends, confidence and feeling secure in their own skin.
Together we can work on these critical skills with kids, adults, and educators:
My Free Gift For You: Calming Intrusive Thoughts
When we engage unwanted, distressing thoughts we lose the ability to read cues, reach out and connect meaningfully.
Social connection is proven to:
Without adequate and appropriate social skills training, your child or teen may not outgrow their weaknesses. Learn how to coach kids to develop and practice the social skills that enable “natural” social interaction.
Proximity does not ensure teamwork. Our systematic approach to building social emotional learning skills helps you lead students to become productive team members, set goals, build positive relationships and develop long-term societal benefits.
Start your journey to better socializing here. Learn how to make friends, warm up to any social interaction, understand others, their emotions and social situations. It is never too late to learn these lifetime social skills.
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Maybe, in the past, you’ve gotten a phone call from your child’s school. Your son has pushed another kid’s face into some pasta at lunch. He has been reprimanded and is in trouble again. Or you saw your daughter be snarky to other girls at a classmate’s birthday party and heard her say snide things, like “We can see you are a genius” or “I’m trying to picture you with a personality” to other kids.
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