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Selective Mutism Camp Counselor

Hello, if anyone is interested in learning evidence based treatment strategies for working with children with selective mutism, my colleague Tracey Ward is looking for counselors for an intensive camp this summer and training is provided! Visit https://www.bravecampseattle.com/become-a-counselor
Here’s the dates:
July 23-24. Training on evidence-based treatment for selective mutism held in Seattle with in-person requirements
3-12 Direct Clinical Hours between July 26 -August 19th: In person clinical lead-in sessions to be scheduled between July 26 and August 19th with campers/clients to prepare for camp week (to be scheduled separately based on clinical trainee and client availability)
August 23 – August 27th, 2021, 9-3pm: CAMP WEEK!
Internships for Undergraduate Students and Practicums for Graduate Students

Structured Literacy for English Learners Webinar

Do you have the right evidenced-based techniques for teaching language and literacy to English learners?

Structured Literacy Instruction Among English Learners

Presented by National Expert, Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan, Ed.D., CCC/SLP, CDT, CALT, QI. The webinar will be live and recorded on Dec. 2, 7-9 PM EST. The webinar counts for 2 Cont. Ed. Hrs. for all & CMHs for SLPs.

Can’t watch it live? Everyone that registers will get the recording of the webinar emailed to them to view for one month.

More Info/Registration $30

Brief Background:

The number of English learners attending public schools continues to increase.  Educators working with students of all ages, in general education and special education, can therefore benefit immensely from understanding the evidence-based approaches for teaching language and literacy to this diverse population of students. This exciting new session is presented by Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan, Ed.D., CCC/SLP, CDT, CALT, QI, a renowned expert and national leader in the arena of structured literacy approaches for English learners. They will explore each of the components of structured literacy and will gain practical strategies for the design and implementation of structured lessons which address cross-language and literacy connections. English as a second language strategies will also be discussed and modeled. Equip yourself and your colleagues with the needed information to address your diverse student population, and get your questions answered live from a noted authority in this arena.

For more information on this webinar or to save your seats, please go to their website by clicking here. To find other trainings, click here.