Build Social Tools for Life

Building Conversations helps develop and improve social skills for teens, and connects parents with resources and families on a similar path

Connection for you. Connection for your teen.

Building Conversations is a safe, non-judgmental space for students and parents to learn social connection tips, tools, and strategies — all while meeting peers who understand the challenges your family is facing. We are committed to helping you and your student feel supported and equipped to build strong connections!

LifeFx® has temporarily paused our social skills programs. We will take this time to gather feedback on what you hope to see for social skills opportunities at LifeFx in the future.

Please take 2 minutes to complete the survey below. If you share your name and email address, we will contact you when social skill programs resume at LifeFx.

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While you wait, we can focus on social skills in 1:1 Executive Function Coaching. Sign-up for a free information call with our Program Director to learn more!

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Parents, you come too!

While the students are with their coaches, parents will be joined by with Clinical Psychologists and other caregivers in a group support setting. During this time, caregivers will learn new tools to facilitate conversations around friendship and social connection at home.

Parents are not required to attend with their teen, and teens are not required to attend with their parents. You are welcome to come separately, however we do strongly encourage teens and parents to attend together.

Building Conversations is for teens who…

  • Feel overwhelmed or anxious in certain social situations.
  • Want to make friends more easily, without feeling like it is a struggle to fit in.
  • Find it difficult to understand social cues or read body language.
  • Need help setting, and maintaining, healthy boundaries. 

Building Conversations is for parents who want to…

  • Learn new tools to better communicate and connect with your teen.
  • Meet other parents and guardians who are going through similar struggles.
  • Build a stronger relationship with your teen so you can provide the support they need.
  • Help their teen overcome the challenges they are facing, while allowing them the independence they need and want.