Program for the Education and Enrichment of Relations Skills (PEERS®) for Adolescents
PEERS® is a social skills intervention for motivated adolescents in middle school or high school (ages 12-17). Skills learned in PEERS reach far beyond friendship and may help students be more successful in their academics, community, or employment environments.
The PEERS Program meets in-person once a week.
- Timing: Meet once a week for 16 weeks.
- Scheduling: Classes are flexible and we try to accommodate the student’s and caregiver’s schedules.
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PEERS® is an internationally acclaimed, evidence-based program developed at UCLA by PEERS Clinic Founding Director Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson. The Zembrodt Education Center’s PEERS program is taught by a certified PEERS provider.