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Secret Agent Society

Does your child seem perplexed by the subtle art of making friends and keeping them? Have they mastered passing the ball in soccer, but still can't handle losing the game? Do you worry that despite their amazing potential, they might miss out because they aren't as socially savvy as they could be? We help children learn the important aspects of social behavior that allow them to manage life's challenges and enjoy others. 

Empowering your Child to feel Happier, Calmer, and Braver.

This special detective themed program includes 9-weeks for parents and children ages 7-11. Cadets use video gaming, role play, and fun activities to learn complex concepts that help them learn the right social skills.

During SAS, cadets learn how to engage in a number of social behaviors including:

  • How to recognize emotions in themselves and others.
  • How to express feelings in appropriate ways.
  • How to cope with feelings of frustration and anxiety.
  • How to start, continue and end conversations.
  • How to play well with others.
  • How to tell the difference between friendly joking and mean teasing.
  • How to manage bullying.
  • How to cope with making mistakes.
  • How to handle new situations and ask for help when needed.

Parents learn s
kills right along with cadets, and they assist them to make the most of their weekly practice.


The Secret Agent Society holds the highest clinical change published for a program of its kind in the world!

How it works

Cadets and parents meet every week with our team to learn foundational skills during active, live virtual sessions. Early in the program, cadets also spend some time gaming to reinforce their skills. Finally, cadets participate in weekly 'home missions' over the course of 9-weeks where they practice specific skills. Between their live sessions, online practice, and weekly “real world” missions, cadets learn to solve the complex world of social mysteries. 

Teachers are also invited to participate in the program and are even provided weekly resources to help them incorporate skills in the classroom. 

Following our 9-week program, we have a graduation party for our cadets. We look forward to celebrating with you.

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