Social Thinking has helped more than 2.5 million people around the world for over 25 years
Social, emotional, and academic learning is a lifelong journey. At some point, we all struggle in social situations, and engaging in a social problem solving and feeling-based process can be difficult at times for everyone in the social world—at home, at school, at work, and within the community. But, understanding and considering our own and others' thoughts and feelings is essential for understanding most academic subjects. And when we work in groups (which we will throughout our lives), we need to be able to collaborate effectively with others, which requires taking and getting different perspectives, sharing ideas, and resolving conflicts. This is social thinking (thinking socially), and this critical learning is expected to develop and evolve throughout our lives as we work toward our own and collective goals.
That’s why the Social Thinking® Methodology offers a diverse array of research-informed resources, training, curricula, practical strategies, and visual tools for Neurodivergent and neurotypical social learners with solid to strong expressive and receptive language skills and all developmental ages, from 4 –80.
Teachers, speech-language pathologists, counselors, parents, and therapists just like you have used our lessons & strategies for more than 25 years. The Social Thinking Methodology provides evidence-based strategies to help people develop their social competencies, flexible thinking & social problem solving to improve: conversation & social connection, executive functioning, friendship & relationship development, perspective taking, self-regulation, and Social Thinking vocabulary. Our conceptual and teaching frameworks show interventionists, children, students, and clients how the social world operates and why through concrete, specific vocabulary and explicit, step-by-step instruction. And it provides developmentally based strategies and engaging activities to support social learners ages four through mature adulthood in moving toward improvement in their own social goals.
Explore our broad range of products, online courses, conferences, and free resources for teaching practical concepts, vocabulary, and strategies to help guide social learners in some of the most significant learning of their lives.
Core Products Across All Ages
Best Sellers for Early Learners
Best Sellers for Elementary School
Frustrated parents who are tired of chaos will find concrete, actionable guidance for raising an independent, self-assured, and organized child. Dr Korb defines the neurodevelopmental abilities that are critical for organization and shows parents how to develop their children’s organized thinking skills.Learn more
Best Sellers for Tweens, Teens & Young Adults
Part 2: Finding One’s Motivation to Tackle Many Moving Parts of Any Assignment
Series Name: Fostering the Development of Executive Functions
Strategies to Build Social Competencies
The Social Thinking Methodology provides evidence-based strategies to help people ages four through adult develop their social competencies, flexible thinking & social problem solving to meet their own social goals and improve:
- Conversation & social connection
- Executive functioning
- Friendship & relationship development
- Perspective taking
- Social Thinking Vocabulary