Social Skills

Social skills are the abilities we use to communicate and interact with each other, both verbally and non-verbally, through gestures, body language, and our personal appearance.

Human beings are sociable creatures, and we have developed many ways to convey our messages, thoughts, and feelings to others.

What is said is influenced not only by our tone of voice, volume of speech, and the words we choose, but also by more subtle cues such as body language, gestures, and other non-verbal communication methods.

Developing social skills involves being aware of how we communicate with others, the messages we send, and how our methods of communication can be improved to make our interactions more efficient and effective.


  • More and better relationships: Establishing rapport with individuals leads to more relationships and sometimes friendships.
  • Better communication.
  • Greater efficiency.
  • Advancing career prospects.
  • Increased overall happiness.

Relationship Skills

Good relationships don’t just happen. They take time, patience, and work. I believe the quality of our lives is determined by the quality of our relationships. When we have good, healthy, and functional relationships, we add value to each other’s lives, and life is great!

We cover the following skills in these sessions:

Love, communication, empathy, conflict resolution, commitment, self-management, life skills, and stress management.

Confrontation: How to Confront with Confidence and Skill

There are some difficult conversations you simply can’t shy away from—no matter how adept you are at avoiding confrontation. Whether you’re a people pleaser or not, there comes a time when you need to confront a roommate who’s been leaving the door unlocked, address a parent or relative who’s overstepped, or give constructive feedback to a colleague at work.

If someone in your life is causing you emotional, physical, or ethical distress, eventually, you’ll need the courage to speak up. There’s a way to approach confrontation in a healthy and constructive manner without appearing weak or overly aggressive.

Fortunately, the tendency to avoid confrontations isn’t a permanent trait or genetic curse. With the right habits and mindset shifts, you can train yourself to handle confrontations effectively and confidently.


  • Learn how to be assertive.
  • Opportunity to verbalize needs.
  • Teaches flexibility.
  • Teaches active listening.
  • Recognizes patterns of behavior.
  • Leads to solutions.
  • Practices communication skills.
  • Helps set boundaries.

Our Services

We provide the following services:

Business Coaching, Character Education Curriculum, Corporate Workshops & Wellness, Counselling, Life Coaching, Life Skills Coaching, Life Skills Workshops, Neurodiverse Coaching, Neurodiverse Free School Talks, Neurodiverse Information Workshops, Neurodiverse Lagging Skills Assessments, Neurodiverse Teachers Training Workshops, NLP Coaching, Parenting Workshops, Presentations, Talks, Trauma De-briefing, and a free monthly Neurodiverse Support Group Meeting via Zoom.

Send us a message and we’ll work with you to find a time and day for the session that works best for you. If you are unsure of the life skills you require, we may schedule an evaluation. Initial Assessment covers a quick overview of the person’s background, present difficulties, and the skill set needed to overcome difficulties and overcome obstacles that they are encountering personally or professionally.

We would LOVE to hear from you and hope to meet you soon!


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