The Role of School Therapists in Improving Mental Health and Reducing School Aggression
Occupational, physical, and speech/language therapists offer unique contributions to improve student attention and reduce aggression in school. Behavior management skills are crucial for enabling students to achieve maximum benefit from their individual, group or embedded therapy sessions. This fun, interactive workshop will teach you strategies that improve cooperation and behavior during individual and group therapy sessions, as well as address IEP goals related to improving classroom attention and reducing verbal and physical aggression.
- Discuss the role of school therapists in improving student attention and reducing aggression.
- Describe three strategies that can be used to improve behavior, cooperation and direction during school therapy sessions.
- Apply three school therapy strategies that help achieve IEP objectives related to improving attention and reducing verbal and physical aggression in the classroom.
Strategies to Reduce Problematic Reflexes and Habits, and Improve Postural Stability and Bilateral Coordination for Enhanced School Functioning
While many therapists believe that addressing problematic reflexes, postural stability and bilateral coordination improve learning and behavior, the use of these interventions is criticized for lacking adequate research support. This workshop will focus on evidence- based strategies that can be used to improve school learning and functional behavior while simultaneously addressing dysfunctional habits related to primitive reflexes, postural stability, and/or bilateral coordination.
- Describe the evidence-based rationale for school interventions that improve learning and behavior while simultaneously addressing problematic reflexes, postural stability, bilateral coordination, and/or habits.
- Describe how problematic reflexes, postural stability, bilateral coordination and/or habits can negatively impact school learning and behavior.
- Apply evidence-based classroom movement break strategies that improve learning and behavior while addressing problematic reflexes, postural stability, bilateral coordination and/or habits.
COURSE FEE: $169
Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapist Assistants, Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants, Speech-language Pathologist
This course is offered for 4.5 Contact Hours, 0.45 CEUs (Intermediate Level)Please visit our CEU page for further details
This course is offered for up to 0.45 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area).
If you wish to get continuing education credits after watching this session, you will need to take the post-test and pass it with a grade of 80% or better. To take the exam, watch session A and B and click the tab "Take Exam", after watching session B. After you have submitted your answers, you will find out if you passed. If you passed, click the "Receive certificate" button to download and print your CEU certificate. If you did not pass, you may re-take the exam at your convenience until you pass.
"This was the best online continuing education course I have ever taken. The presenter had so many evidence-based strategies that I cannot wait to take back to my school." - Occupational Therapist
For Group Pricing and Group Registration:
Please call the office for further information, to register and receive log in information for each individual.
Fee: $169 +$34 for each additional registrant (CEU certificate) up to 19.
Registration Form Conference 3 - mail/fax/call in with payment. Registrant information can be emailed to the office. Suggested Group Information Sheet (email to firstname.lastname@example.org)
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