Resource: Social Thinking
Website: Social Thinking
Description: The term social thinking encompasses many treatment programs described as "teaching social thinking and related social skills." These strategies share common traits: How their own social minds work - why they react and respond the way they do, The behaviors that make others feel good and bad, How these behaviors are affecting their own emotions, responses to and relationships with others across different social contexts.

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