Purchase PEERS® Manuals

Social Skills for Teenagers with Developmental and Autism Spectrum Disorders: The PEERS® Treatment Manual


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Purchase the evidence-based, social skills manual for teens to assist them in making and keeping friends.

Topics covered in this manual include: 

  • Developing and Maintaining Friendships
  • How to use appropriate conversational skills
  • How to appropriately use electronic forms of communication
  • How to appropriately use humor and assess humor feedback
  • How to start, enter, and exit conversations between peers
  • How to organize successful get-togethers with friends
  • How to be a good sport
  • How to handle arguments and disagreements with friends
  • How to handle rejection, teasing, bullying, and rumors/gossip

The PEERS Curriculum for School-Based Professionals: Social Skills Training for Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Purchase the evidence-based, social skills manual customized for the needs of psychologists, counselors, speech pathologists, administrators, and teachers.

Topics covered in this manual include: 

  • Developing and Maintaining Friendships
  • How to use appropriate conversational skills
  • How to appropriately use electronic forms of communication
  • How to appropriately use humor and assess humor feedback
  • How to start, enter, and exit conversations between peers
  • How to organize successful get-togethers with friends
  • How to be a good sport
  • How to handle arguments and disagreements with friends
  • How to handle rejection, teasing, bullying, and rumors/gossip

PEERS® for Young Adults: Social Skills Training for Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Other Social Challenges

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Purchase the evidence-based, social skills manual for Young Adults to assist them in making and keeping friends and developing romantic relationships.

Topics covered in this manual include:

  • How to use appropriate conversational skills
  • How to choose appropriate friends
  • How to appropriately use electronic forms of communication
  • How to appropriately use humor and assess humor feedback
  • How to start, enter, and exit conversations between peers
  • How to organize successful get-togethers with friends
  • How to develop romantic relationships and use appropriate dating etiquette
  • How to handle arguments and disagreements with friends and in relationships
  • How to handle rejection, teasing, bullying, and rumors/gossip

The Science of Making Friends: Helping Socially Challenged Teens and Young Adults

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Purchase this innovative book by Dr. Elizabeth Laugeson, Founder and Director of PEERS, which provides families with evidence-based tools for developing and maintaining friendships and relationships, and includes a DVD.