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  • Ages: 18-80
  • Format: Paperback
  • Published: 2023


Learning how the social world works is a lifelong process! These three books provide practical guidance, tools, and humor to help adult social learners make sense of evolving expectations within the adult social world. Learners ages 18-80 can gradually develop social competencies that help them achieve their own social, academic, and career goals. Save 10% with this bundle of relevant and explicit social thinking concepts and strategies created specifically for adult social learners of all ages.

What’s Inside This Bundle

Socially Curious and Curiously Social: A Social Thinking Guidebook for Bright Teens and Young Adults
New edition! All-new language, content, and book cover design featuring artwork by a Neurodivergent artist! Teen and young adult readers give rave reviews of this award-winning “get real” guidebook with anime illustrations that helps social learners sail the stormy seas of dating, texting, lies, and everyday relationships. Targeted social emotional strategies encourage readers to better navigate their social worlds, develop stronger social competencies, and manage social anxiety. Interventionists (parents, caregivers, and professionals) appreciate how it better equips them to explain the Social Thinking® process, helping young adults learn to use metacognitive strategies to navigate to self-regulate within social situations. Use the free Socially Curious Thinking and Reading Guide with the book to enrich the social learning and conversation. Buy the book as part of the bundle, or separately for full price. Digital version must be purchased separately—only on Apple Books and Google Play (not printable).

Slaying Digital Dragons: Tips and Tools for Protecting Your Body, Brain, Psyche, and Thumbs from the Digital Dark Side
With respect, empathy, and wacky humor, Slaying Digital Dragons empowers teens to explore their screen scene; join the resistance against Big Tech’s manipulations and addictive algorithms; protect their body, brain, psyche, reputation, and relationships from the Digital Dark Side; and conduct a self-intervention (called an “App-endectomy”) to reset and optimize their digital lives. Buy the book as part of the bundle, or purchase separately for full price.

Social Thinking at Work: Strategies for Understanding and Navigating the Workplace
This award-winning book unpacks the power of our social cognition. It’s written for both neurotypical and Neurodivergent adult readers to better understand the powerful ways in which we “read” not only what people mean by what they say, but also how others perceive how we emotionally relate. The title reflects a problem experienced by so many clients who report their “good intentions” were met with disappointing outcomes as they worked toward their social goals. This book is also a good primer for neurotypical employers/employees or HR departments to read about the experiences and perspectives of Neurodivergent coworkers and perhaps develop empathy for the complexity of the bi-directional social learning process. Provides practical strategies for how to effectively work in a group, understand the hidden rules of the social world—including workplace etiquette and politics—and build relationships. Buy the book as part of the bundle, or separately for full price. Digital version must be purchased separately—only on Apple Books and Google Play (not printable).

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Instructor: Michelle Garcia Winner

In this webinar, Michelle Garcia Winner, the founder of Social Thinking, discusses an evidence-informed Social Thinking - Social Competency Model. This model is a way to think about a four-step developmental process to help educators and therapists better support their students and clients.


Instructor: Michelle Garcia Winner

In this free webinar, Michelle Garcia Winner, the founder of Social Thinking, will discuss concepts and strategies to help adults with subtle but significant social learning differences and/or challenges. She will also review some of the newest strategies under development.

Adults and Being Social: We're All a Work in Progress! | Dec 2023

Author(s): Michelle Garcia Winner, MA, CCC-SLP, and Pamela Crooke, PhD, CCC-SLP

Here's the bottom line: The general public expects adults who do not manifest obvious social skills problems to use good social skills at work and in the community.

Social Thinking & the Transition to Adulthood | Dec 2023

Author(s): Michelle Garcia Winner, MA, CCC-SLP and Pamela Crooke, PhD, CCC-SLP

Even though scientists tell us the brain physically stops growing by our mid-20s, has your brain stopped learning? We continue to learn throughout our lifetime and our social learning is no exception. We find that adult clients can be strong social leaders. They have more social awareness and socially-based experiences, and they do well discussing and applying social concepts in real world settings. They are also less likely to blame their challenges on a peer, teacher, or a parent.

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