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Where Social Skills Means Building Relationships

SUMMER CAMP

 

2022 SUMMER CAMP

IS CANCELLED

 

 

New Website

 

www.ArmannFenger.com

 

For more information about

individual or family therapy,

take a look at my new website

 

 

Help us through a Donation

 

Please donate,

to provide therapy scholarships

for families who need help

 

 

When is it a good time?

When is the best time to INTERACT, RELATE, and COMMUNICATE with your child? This is a commonly asked question, and understandably so.  We are all very busy in our daily life with work, school, sports, and other extra curricular activities. Many parents spend hours driving their kids from one activity to another, so when can we find time to build meaningful relationships?
 
The answer is simple... ANYTIME:
Driving around town, INTERACT, RELATE, and COMMUNICATE
Cooking dinner at home, INTERACT, RELATE, and COMMUNICATE
Doing yard work on the weekend, INTERACT, RELATE, and COMMUNICATE
Cleaning the house or garage, INTERACT, RELATE, and COMMUNICATE
Doing homework at night, INTERACT, RELATE, and COMMUNICATE
Waiting for siblings to finish, INTERACT, RELATE, and COMMUNICATE
 
At Learning on the Log we INTERACT, RELATE, and COMMUNICATE in every location we visit. It does not matter if we are hiking, swimming, playing sports, rock climbing, or commuting in the van - our goal and focus remains the same. We INTERACT, RELATE, and COMMUNICATE, we develop relationships that have meaning, and we teach social skills that can be generalized to other areas of a child's life.
 
- Armann Fenger