Social Cognitive Interventions

Social Cognitive Interventions

Researchers have linked a lack of social problem-solving skills to youth violence (Pepler and Slaby 1994; Baranowski et al. 1997). When children and adolescents are faced with social situations for which they are unprepared emotionally and cognitively, they may respond with aggression or violence.

Many assert that we can improve children’s ability to avoid violent situations and solve problems nonviolent by enhancing their social relationships with peers, teaching them how to interpret behavioral cues, and improving their conflict-resolution skills. Social Cognitive Intervention is our commitment. Join Us to make a difference.

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