- Significant gains in social abilities like recognizing emotions of others, understanding intentions of others and developing social relationships
- Increased ability to focus on social cues, block distracting information, and recognize key information needed to build conversations
- Improved social confidence and decreased social anxiety
Virtual Training Helps Underserved Middle Schoolers Hone Social Skills
Center for BrainHealth
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Maria Johnson, MA, CCC-SLP
Director, Youth and Family Innovations Lead Research Clinician and Trainer, Charisma Virtual Social Coaching
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