Virtual reality helps teens deal with social anxiety, ADHD, and more
Many children and teens experience difficulties in social settings, often to a degree that interferes with relationships and academic life. Our social cognition training provides a safe place to practice individualized scenarios in a virtual world while getting real-time feedback and recommendations from their Charisma Coach. Students improve their social skills in areas that are personally relevant and applicable daily.
WHAT IS THE TRAINING?
Students utilize Charisma, a game-based learning environment, to build social skills applicable in their daily lives. Students are advised by their Charisma Coach throughout every stage of the training that is based on research conducted at the Center for BrainHealth.
WHO CAN BENEFIT?
Children and teens with ADHD, on the autism spectrum, and those with learning differences and challenges with social communication who are looking to gain confidence in social situations.
WHAT ARE THE TRAINING OPTIONS?
- Five-week session: Bi-weekly 45-minute sessions for participants 8 years and older
- One-week Teen Intensive Training: Two-hour sessions for week-long training, best for participants 12 years and older
Both training options include an I-ASSERT (Interactive Analysis of Strategic Social Emotional Reasoning & Resilient Thinking) and Summary Report
On-going, individual booster sessions are available once the 10-hour training has been completed.
WHAT IS THE TRAINING SCHEDULE?
Sessions are available Monday through Friday during the day and after school.
We have rolling enrollment. The schedule and availability are discussed during the consult phone call.
WHERE IS TRAINING LOCATED?
Remote access is available: Programs can be delivered from the comfort of your own home.
Brain Performance Institute
2200 W. Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX 75235
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