What to Expect

We know how confusing it can be to start something new. Here, we outline what to expect before and during your first class!


Make an Inquiry

Once you complete the contact form on our “Enrollment” page, you will be emailed a brochure with information and pricing for our classes. The software we use, Honeybook, will automatically send you a link to create a private login for our portal. This portal allows for all communication in one place and it allows us to securely process payments.



Once we’ve received your inquiry, we will reach out to schedule an intake. Intakes are required for acceptance to our program. Intakes take place over 1-hour long Zoom meetings. We request that the participant and their social coach attend.



After the intake, we are able to determine which of our courses would be an appropriate fit. We will send you a proposal to explain in detail what course we recommend. Dependent on the timing of the intake and the current cycle of classes, you may be placed on a waitlist. Our class sizes are limited to ensure that all participants receive appropriate instruction.


In Class

Before class, you will be emailed a Zoom meeting link. Once you join the meeting, you’ll be able to see your Instructor(s), Social Coach(es), and all of the other participants! We will explain the course structure and its expectations in depth in the first class before beginning our lesson. Our lessons involve socratic learning and role plays, so come ready to engage!

Implementation of the Program for the Evaluation and Enrichment of Relational Skills Social Skills Intervention in a University-Based Communication Sciences and Disorders Clinic

“This article reviews an evidence-based treatment, the Program for the Evaluation and Enrichment of Relational Skills (PEERS®; Laugeson & Frankel, 2010), and describes its implementation and success in a university-based communication sciences and disorders (CSD) clinic.”

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A Review of Social Skills Manuals for Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder

“PEERS is the manualized program with the strongest evidence with the largest number of efficacy studies, which are carefully controlled by use or rigorous designs, with research focused on the generalization of social skills, and with positive outcomes from replications by implementers other than the model developers. Social Competence Intervention also has a body of research that includes a randomized control trial design and research focused on the generalization of the social skills addressed in the curriculum.”

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Love on the Spectrum

“The participants receive advice on social skills and dating tips from the show’s experts Jodi Rodgers, and Dr Elizabeth Laugeson. Dr Laugeson is a licensed clinical psychologist and an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at the UCLA Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior. She is also the Founder and Director of the UCLA PEERS® Clinic, which is an outpatient hospital-based program providing parent-assisted social skills training for preschoolers, adolescents and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other social impairments.”

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