Humans are social creatures and thrive on interaction with others. Without this, depression and isolation are inevitable, leading to further detrimental consequences on one’s mental health. Social skills are the behaviours, verbal and non-verbal, that we use in order to communicate
effectively with other people and they are governed by culture, beliefs and attitudes. They continuously change and develop throughout our lives. This workshop aims to help people improve their social skills so they can become socially competent and confident in life.
The session is for one and half hour including question answers if any.