All Children Deserve to Have Friends
If you are struggling to make friends, or know someone who is, then you have come to the right place. You will find many different tips, strategies, and services here. We currently have three main categories: Tips for Teens, Advice for parents, and Services. It doesn’t matter if you don’t fit neatly into one of those categories. You just need to apply what you find to your situation.
Start here if you are looking for tips and strategies for making and keeping friends.
Start here if you have a child who is struggling socially; or, if you would like to understand why some struggle to make friends while others don’t.
Browse some of our recent testimonials to see what our clients think.
My 7-year-old son has learned valuable social skills in his social skills group. We have seen huge improvements in his interactions with other children since he has been in the group. His teachers at school have noticed as well. He has shown improved inter-personal abilities, and he is less shy. He has the confidence now to meet and interact with children who are new to him.
Mt. Kisco, NY
My son has been coming regularly to a Saturday morning group. It has been a very positive experience for us. His therapists are wonderful and he has made huge progress within the class. He is made to feel totally welcomed and comfortable. He truly is part of a group here and I would happily recommend the programs and practice to anyone. “Where I Can Be Me” sums up perfectly the ethos of Isa Marrs. My son loves being here!
Old Greenwich, CT
Where I Can Be Me has been a wonderful experience for my son. He made his first friend here at the first class. He loves coming to class and seeing his friends, and he has learned so much.