In this digital age where social interactions often occur indirectly, many children don’t get the necessary opportunities to develop healthy social, emotional, and interpersonal skills. This often leads to poor receptive-expressive communication skills, unfamiliarity with assertiveness, difficulties setting appropriate boundaries with peers, social discomfort, anxiety, and even bullying behaviors (whether as the receiver or the offender). Children often benefit from our group activities where a child can interact with other children, while solving social and emotional dilemmas in our Social Thinking games. These group activities help to increase awareness and acceptance of others’ varying perspectives while building empathy, compassion, and tolerance for differing viewpoints. In turn, this expands a child’s social repertoire for handling interpersonal situations without compromising healthy self-expressions.