LEGO® Club

A Social Skills Group for Children 6-16

Does your child struggle to attend birthday parties or have friends over?

Does she ask inappropriate questions or freeze up in social situations?

Does he love to play with LEGO®s?


Through building LEGO® models in small groups your child will learn and practice the following skills:

  • initiating social interaction
  • collaboration and problem solving
  • flexibility and turn taking
  • eye contact and other non-verbal and verbal communication


Group Details:

  • For children ages 6-16 (grouped with similar-aged peers)
  • Open, ongoing in-person group with hour-long sessions on Saturday mornings (masks required)
  • Led by Elizabeth Ernest, MSSW, MSCFT and Madison Gardner
  • Weekly parent meetings so that you can reinforce the skills learned at home


Research has shown that LEGO®-based therapy improves social skills in 6-16 year-olds with autism spectrum disorders.


For more information or to sign up for a screening, contact Elizabeth Ernest, MSSW, MSCFT at or 502-694-0079‬.

child playing with Legos
When: Saturday mornings for one hour
Where: In-Person at The Center for Mindfulness & CBT
Cost: $50
Led by: Elizabeth Ernest, MSSW, MSCFT and Madison Gardner

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