Secret Agent Society

What is the ‘Secret Agent Society’ (SAS) Program?

The Secret Agent Society (SAS) Small Group Program help kids 8 to 12 years of age crack the code of emotions and friendships. Junior Detectives graduate from SAS equipped with the skills to feel happier, calmer and braver while making new friends and keeping them.

Does TMB have trained SAS Facilitators?

Yes! TMB has three trained SAS facilitators

Is it possible to access 1:1 SAS therapy?
  • The research on the SAS program was conducted in a small group format, therefore this is what is generally recommended. In addition, since the focus of the Secret Agent Society Program is to teach your child peer interaction skills, we feel that having your child engage with content in a group with peers around their own age is best.
  • TMB offers 1:1 sessions for those who are unable to attend our group sessions.
  • TMB also incorporates SAS strategies and skills into our Mission Hangouts program, which gives children a great opportunity to put their new SAS skills into practice!
My child has already done the SAS program, but I feel they may need to do some more practice. Can you help?
  • There are a few options for this.
    • Access a second SAS program. The content of the Secret Agent Society program is very dense and we do find that sometimes kids benefit from doing the program twice to maximise benefit.
    • 1:1 follow up sessions with a Secret Agent Society Club leader (facilitator)

Mission Hangouts our facilitated peer playdate program

Do you offer Secret Agent Society during the school holidays?
  • The Secret Agent Society program is structured to occur over 9 club meetings, with time in between each meeting to practice the skills learned. We would love to offer the program in an intensive format over school holidays but feel that the integrity of the program would be lost and your child would not gain very much from it.
  • If you are looking for a program over school holidays, we recommend checking out Mission Hangouts our facilitated peer play data program.
What prerequisite skills does my child need to get maximum benefit from the Secret Agent Society Program?
  • To gain maximum benefit from the SAS program, we recommend that your child:
    • Be comfortable sitting in a small group of his/her peers
    • Be able to engage in a 3-4 exchange conversation about a range of topics.
    • Be able to answer a variety of Wh- questions (who, what, when, where, why)
    • Be able to report on/recall events in the recent past.

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