Incorporating Trauma-Informed Practice into Speech and Language Therapy

Presented By: Sharon Baum, Speech and Language Pathologist, Lecturer, Writer

Watch Now!

Become A Member Now to Enjoy Unlimited Webinars!

Click here to Become a Member

Presenter Biography:

Sharon is a Speech and Language Pathologist who specializes in working with adolescents struggling with language disorders and pragmatic language disorders, specifically correlated with ASD. She has a passion for mentoring graduate students through clinical supervision and collaborating with mental health professionals on presentations and publications focused on delivering a speech and language therapy in an environment that supports mental health. Her background as a writer for local newspapers continues to drive her interest in publishing research findings to help SLPs around the globe. Sharon currently oversee a speech and language evaluation team in the NYC Department of Education.

Learning Objectives:

  1. What is trauma?
  2. Learning red flags in adolescents.
  3. Strategies for engaging adolescents with trauma.
  4. How to use SLP strategies in a “post pandemic world?” Looking into the future.

Intended Audience: SLPs

Presentation Length: 30min-1 hour

Certificate: Included