Professional Development 

Social Sparks is privileged to have a variety of clinicians with various skill sets and expertise to provide professional development in the areas of mental health and social-emotional learning. 

A clinician from Social Sparks will meet with you to discuss your professional development goals and develop a presentation geared to your individual needs. 

General Professional development topics include: 

  • ASD 101​
  • ASD Strategies and Supports Across Settings 

  • ASD & Mental Health

  • Coping with COVID

  • Engaging Families in Therapy 

  • Oppositional Behavior interventions

  • Social-Emotional Learning in the educational setting 

  • Social Skills Groups 101

  • Tips & Tricks for Telehealth in the School Setting

  • Trauma-Informed Supports & Interventions

Fee Scale 

All consultation services are assessed on an individual basis and need. Please contact us for a request for service via email at:

 info@socialsparksri.com

Classroom Consultation

Educators, do you have a particularly challenging classroom that basic interventions and supports have not been successful with? Allow Social Sparks to come in and observe, support, and implement intensive classroom-wide interventions with your educators and staff.  

Formal Behavior

Assessments

  • Functional Behavior Assessments

  • Positive Behavior Support Plans

  • Safety Plans

 

Social Sparks will also assist with training staff to carry out and implement plans.  

Local Advisory Committee Presentations

Social Sparks frequently presents at school district LAC meetings to share more about our organization and the services we provide as well as the importance of Social Emotional Learning. Our hope is to make therapeutic services more accessible to families and school professionals. 

 

There is no fee for these presentations.

Additional presentation topics can be requested and prepared to meet individual committee needs. A fee may apply for individualized presentations.

“I think social skills are being kind to others, listening to others, defeating unthinkables, sharing, and being calm.”

—  AGE 8

What our clients say about "social skills"