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ASHA Approved Continuing Education Provider HomeCEUConnection.com Announces Two New Live, Interactive Webinars for California Speech-Language Pathologists.
Date:2/19/2013

m_medium=Press%2BRelease&utm_campaign=California%2BSLP%2Btarget%2BFebruary%2B2013" onclick="linkClick(this.href)">"Child Abuse & Neglect: Recognizing and Responding to Hurtful & Harmful Behavior" broadcasts Sunday, February 24th, 2013 from 11am to 2pmET.

The second webinar of the weekend aims to provide the clinician with an increased understanding of children's negative feelings.

Course presenter Adina Soclof, MS., CCC-SLP teaches that "Praise is probably the single most effective way to encourage, motivate and increase repeat positive behavior in children. Praise also increases self-esteem. Children with developmental disabilities - including communication disorders - are at risk for low self-esteem. One of our responsibilities as clinicians is to ensure that the client will have a more positive view of self. Using praise effectively is one way to achieve that goal". Her course will discuss six tools to help accept, manage, and empathize with children's negative feelings in a therapy setting.

"New Ways to Communicate With Your Young Client" broadcasts live on Sunday, February 24th, 2013 at 3pm until 6pmET.

HomeCEUConnection.com webinars are designed to deliver an enhanced learning experience, streaming premiere content directly to the busy therapist's computer or laptop. These live, interactive sessions include demonstrative videos, detailed illustrations and interactive question and answer periods with highly respected educators.

California speech-language pathologists are encouraged to

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