Social Learning groups provide the format for the therapy groups provided at PSCAS. Using the work of Michelle Garcia Winner, Glenna uses a “Social Thinking” approach to teaching social skills to students with social challenges. This approach, based on cognitive behavioral therapy, will teach participants to become "social thinkers", learning how to be "part of a group", make logical guesses about the intent of others, and change their own behavior to keep others thinking positively about them. Students meet weekly with others of similar age and social communication ability to learn new skills while having fun. Children from elementary, middle and high school can take advantage of these groups. Groups can have three to five members. To learn more about social thinking, go to www.socialthinking.com.
Social Learning Groups for 2017-18 (subject to change)
Tuesdays, 4:00-5:00 - grades 3 and 4
Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30 - grades 7 - 9 (group full)
Wednesdays, 4:00-5:00 - grades 3 and 4
Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30 -
Thursdays, 4:00-5:00 -
Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 - grades 5 and 6 (group full)
There is still room in the schedule to add two more groups. Please contact Glenna Clouse if you are interested.
Please contact Glenna to discuss your needs. If it seems reasonable that services from PSCAS could meet your needs, then an intake appointment will be scheduled. During that appointment, records will be reviewed, you will have a chance to discuss your child's needs in more detail, and, most importantly, Glenna will get a chance to meet you and your child. The intake fee is $90 and usually lasts about 45-60 minutes.
Working with individuals and their families is always available. Whether the concern is how to deal with your child’s behavior, difficulty with friends, difficulty at school, or any other reason, Glenna is able to provide this service. She relies on practical approaches to counseling including client-centered counseling, cognitive behavioral therapy, and her years of experience working with people on the autism spectrum. Since each individual is unique, please contact Glenna for more information on the counseling services you are seeking.
Early Intervention Consulting
Through Snohomish County Early Intervention Program, services are provided to families in need of counseling and/or behavior consultation. Glenna draws from a variety of approaches including applied behavior analysis, behavior modification, cognitive behavior therapy, and parent coaching to provide assistance to families.
Assessment for Early Entrance to Kindergarten
As a certified school psychologist, Glenna is qualified to provide private assessment for early entrance to kindergarten or first grade. This is for children who do not meet the age criteria for entrance due to having a birthday shortly after the August 31st deadline that is Washington state law. Children considered for early entrance must be significantly advanced for their age. Please contact Glenna for more information.
New Client forms (downloadable):
Disclosure Statement (including fees and payment information)
Privacy Practices (HIPAA)
Child/Adolescent Information Form for new clients