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Powerful Tools for School Based Clinicians with Heavy Caseloads

January 26, 2019 | Sacramento, CA | 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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*Pre-registration closes January 20th!

Course Description

Speech Language Pathologists who want to add more tangible, effective, and easy to implement social-emotional (SEL) tools into therapy in both school and clinical settings. The Kimochis Keys to Communication will be highlighted as these simple yet effective tools provide children the words and actions that promote social-emotional development, support positive behavior and contribute to academic success. The connection between feelings and behavior and how temperament influences social habits will be outlined for clinical implications. At the completion of this training, clinicians will be well prepared to run small social skill groups, push into classrooms, and/or run one-on-one sessions using these new SEL tools to promote resiliency and social competency in the students you work with. These powerful prevention and intervention tools are so well received and highly needed in our world today that parents and teachers will be even more aware as to what an SLP can do for young students.

Continuing Education

This course is eligible for 0.4 ASHA CEUs & 4 State Licensing Hours

Location

Embassy Suites, 100 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, CA 95814

 

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Ellen Pritchard Dodge, M.Ed is a recognized leader in speech pathology and communication skills in the classroom. Ellen has published numerous books and articles in the area of social emotional learning. Ellen has worked extensively in public schools where her communication curriculum won a National Character Education award. In 2013, Ellen served on Parenting Magazine’s Editorial Advisory Board. In 2017, The California Speech Language and Hearing Association bestowed Ellen, Honors of the Association.  Ellen is the mother of three daughters and lives in Northern California.