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Are you ready for a research-based social skill group?

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Friendship is such an important part of life. Developing relationships can be challenging, but our program will support young adults in developing the relationships they want in a neurodivergent affirming manner. 

Where: Downtown Raleigh, NC


PEERS® for Young Adults is a 13-week evidence-based

social skills intervention for motivated young adults between

18-38 years of age who are interested in learning skills to

make and keep friends and develop

relationships. This internationally acclaimed

program was originally developed at UCLA by PEERS® Clinic

Founding Director, Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson. During each

group session, young adults are taught

important social skills and are given the opportunity to

practice these skills. PEERS® may be appropriate for

individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, or intellectual and developmental disabilities. Kenzie Clark is a PEERS certified instructor and will be leading this class to support young adults towards the relationships they are hoping for.


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Seats are limited; register today!



Downtown Raleigh


 Participant Sessions: Every Wednesday Evening from 5:00-6:30 pm

Dates: August 28-November 20

Social Coach and/or Parent Zoom Sessions: Once a Week for 13 weeks

30 minutes 

Dates: To be determined


Want to Move Forward and reserve your spot? 

Step 1: Complete the interest form today!

Step 2: Our team will review the forms and reach out to you to schedule an interview

Step 3: Our team will offer and secure your spot 

Inquire for Cost: Scholarships Available

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