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"Ambiguous Loss: Supporting Families During Stressful Times"
Karyn Lewis Searcy,, CCC-SLP and Char Boshart, M.A., CCC-SLP
Thursday, October 13 2022, at 7:00pm (Eastern)
.1 ASHA CEUs
SUBSCRIBE at SpeechTherapyPD.com
We were honored to share a day with you. Your extensive experience and common sense, research-based approach to intervention will help those we serve.
- The SLPs of Madison City Schools
Thanks for sharing your knowledge, techniques and humor! Your refreshing energy reminds me why I got in this field. Helping my kids still "floats" my boat!
- Erica DelVal, SLP, and Podcast Guest
Char was thoroughly engaging. She made complex information and tasks easy to understand. All attendees left with practical strategies that they can apply in their therapy.
- Carrie Jerylo, SLP, Sora Pediatric Therapy
I've been using your materials for years, and I just knew this book and material would be great. You do not disappoint and I think you've outdone yourself this time!
- Annie Rosen, SLP
I want to thank you! I went on hiatus and just returned, feeling a little overwhelmed. I went to your seminar and was encouraged by your attitude, energy, and perspective.
- Leslie Keldsen, SLP
Thank you for helping me become a better therapist! I've been to 4 of your seminars and I’ve seen wonderful therapy results. Thank you for your knowledge and support!
- Meredith Yarbrough, SLP
I've been attending your trainings for years. Some even twice! You've made a difference in so many lives in this field, as well as our therapy-kids. Thank you a million times over.
- Delores Smith, SLP
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Do parents understand what you do in therapy and why you do it? Realistically, some do but most don’t. And they won’t know until we tactfully tell them. Why is this important? An obvious answer is to improve home follow through, etc., but an even more important and fundamental reason is advocacy. The attitude and actions of parents and caregivers strongly influence the child’s attitude, cooperation, and dedication to the therapy process.