SELECTIVE MUTISM 102
Treating Selective Mutism in the Educational Setting
Friday, May 8th • 8:30am - 4:00pm
How will this virtual workshop help you?
Hear a little bit more about me and get an overview of what you will learn from attending my Selective Mutism 102 training.
As a result of attending this live webinar, you will be able to...
Describe the hierarchy of therapeutic goals
Identify at least 3 therapeutic targets for an individual with SM in the educational setting
Name at least 3 key team members in the treatment of SM
Describe at least 3 outcomes of effective intervention
List at least 2 strategies for overcoming barriers to intervention
Who should attend?
This interactive workshop and is an extension of SM101 and is intended to help providers in an educational setting effectively treat a variety of children, adolescents, and young adults with Selective Mutism (SM) using a team approach and evidence-based practice. If you are an SLP, SLA, Classroom Teacher, Special Educator, Para, Case Manager, School Administrator, School Counselor, School Psychologist, or any other School Personnel, this training is perfect for you. Please note that the webinar will not be recorded so attendance at the time of the workshop is required if you will be attending via webinar.
This workshop is offered for 6 contact hours which you can count towards ASHA certification maintenance. Click here for more info.
What people are saying about this workshop...
"Silence is the most powerful scream. Over the last few years, we have encountered more students with selective mutism. Annie has partnered with us and provided professional development that has had a profound impact on how we address our student needs. We didn't always recognize what a powerful form of communication silence is, and with her partnership, we are meeting the needs of these students to ensure they are making meaningful progress. Thanks for all you do Annie!"
"Annie has vast knowledge about this topic and her passion for helping students with Selective Mutism is obvious. Her presentations are extremely informative and engaging and I always learn volumes about how to help these students. Annie’s commitment to sharing what she knows about this topic is admirable and inspiring"