Secret Agent Society
Online Group Program
Secret Agent Society Online Group Program
Emotional regulation & social communication program for 8-12 year olds, with a Neurodiversity-Affirming approach
Update about SAS Groups with Play. Learn. Chat.
I no longer run SAS groups, and I generally don’t recommend this support any more. I don’t believe that the program (as it is supposed to be delivered ‘by the book’) is aligned with best practice for neurodivergent children.
If you are a parent looking for guidance, support, community and strategies, I’m here to help, with the Connect & Grow Community!
To learn more about how to choose Neurodiversity Affirming supports for your child’s social abilities, please check out my recorded, on-demand webinar for parents: Affirming Ways to Support your Neurodivergent Child’s Social Interactions
Here are some other supports that you might find beneficial for your child, that are neurodiversity affirming. None of these suggestions constitutes an endorsement as I haven’t personally checked out these providers. Please discuss your questions and needs directly with the providers.
- Mike Byrne, Counsellor – https://counsellingwithmike.com.au/ – Inclusive and supportive programs for mental health blending geek cult
- Alixandra Leisemann, Occupational Therapist – Viva Kids Occupational Therapy – https://www.vivakidsoccupationaltherapy.com.au/
- Therapeutic Dungeons & Dragons social skills group program here at The Kooky Clinic next term, designed and run by our Psychology team, for tweens and teens https://kookyclinic.com.au/
- Small Talk Speech Therapy work with children and teens in an ND Affirming way & offer telehealth services – https://www.smalltalkspeechtherapy.com.au/
If you are looking for other providers of the Secret Agent Society program, find them here.