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 About Open Doors 


Open Doors Social Skills Groups are designed to provide children the opportunity to develop valuable social strategies for enhanced interactions with peers and family. Participation helps children and adolescents constructivley release pent up tension. It is comforting to hear peers voicing similar experiences, feelings and fears, making it that much easier to express their own. We focus on promoting communication, and as a result, individuals begin to explore their fears while strengthening appropriate responses to negative emotions. Help those you love learn how to define themselves and the world around them.

  • Groups meet weekly for 1 hour

  • Group sessions are independently planned and tailored to the needs of the participants

  • Participants are grouped by age and parental concerns

  • All ages are welcome

  • Format includes techniques such as role play, goal setting, arts & crafts, guidance games and other activities

  • Group summaries are emailed weekly

  • Assessments and follow-up recommendations are available

Open Doors Social Skills Groups are best for children and adolescents who face difficulties interacting with same-age peers. This may include individuals with ADHD, nonverbal learning disabilities, Aspergers Syndrome, social communication challenges, and other types of behavioral or learning issues.

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About Nicole Pollack LMSW,CSW 

Nicole Pollack, LMSW, CSW, earned her Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Michigan and her Master's Degree in Social Work from Wayne State University. She has spent her career working with children, adolescents, and adults both individually and in groups in a multitude of settings including schools, residential facilities and family agencies. She has been affiliated with William Beaumont Hospital's Center for Human Development since 1994. In addition, she has taught both special and regular education classes. Her clients have included foster care, children with ADHD, Aspergers Syndrome and other learning differences. Pollack is passionate about improving the lives of children and their families, and founded Open Doors over 15 years ago to help children reach their fullest potential and enrich their lives.

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Currently serving the Greater Detroit Area of Southeastern Michigan.

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