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Free Webinar Series: How to Use Social Thinking Materials to Teach Ages 19–80 

March 23, 10:00 – 11:30 AM California Time, Presentation: 1 hour, Q & A Session: 30 mins

Presented by: Michelle Garcia Winner, MA, CCC-SLP, Founder of Social Thinking

Moderated by: Pamela Crooke, PhD, CCC-SLP, Social Thinking Chief Strategy Officer



Description & Handouts 
Will this webinar be recorded?
Yes! If you've registered, you'll receive a link to the recording to watch at your convenience - regardless of if you attend the live session or not.
Social emotional learning isn’t just for children, we continue to strengthen and improve our social and emotional competencies across our lives. Michelle Garcia Winner, the founder of Social Thinking, and her colleague Dr. Pamela Crooke have been helping young and mature adults develop these competencies for over 15 years and have been inspired by growth in clients of every age.
In this webinar, Michelle will discuss concepts and strategies to help adults with subtle but significant social learning challenges. She will also review the information taught in the book Good Intentions Are Not Good Enough, written by Michelle and Pam, in addition to the newest strategies they are currently developing.

Presentation Handouts 
Intention Based: Social Behavior Mapping for Adolescents and Adults - blank
Intention Based: Social Behavior Mapping for Adolescents and Adults - filled

Certificate of Attendance & CEUs
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Discount on Teaching Materials
10% Off All Teaching Materials!
As a thank you for watching the webinar, we're giving you 10% off all teaching materials - books, curricula, games, posters, and more!

Use coupon code: ages19to80, expires April 6, 2017. Sale excludes registrations for conferences and our Clinical Training program. Cannot be combined with any other offer.

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Helpful Resources

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Teaching Materials

Good Intentions Are Not Good Enough    


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