Deep Dive Study Groups

Our Deep Dive Study Groups and 1:1 consulting sessions are add-on services that give you access to some of the most respected leaders in the Speech-Language Pathology field. Whether you’d like to increase your knowledge on a topic, review a specific case or have a list of questions, our expert facilitators will take the time to answer and discuss with you in a safe environment. All questions are welcome!

Deep Dive Study Groups are offered for ASHA CEUs and limited to 20 SLPs and/or SLPAs per group to ensure the attention and support you and your peers deserve.

Select your expert facilitator below and register for Deep Dive Study Groups and/or 1:1 consulting sessions. If you would like a Deep Dive Study Group tailored to the needs of your organization or cohort, please contact us!

Meet the Facilitators

Adina Soclof | MS, CCC-SLP

In this Deep Dive Study group, we will examine learning differences, identify common challenges that can disrupt children’s learning, explore techniques for helping children become aware of and use their own strengths, and discuss multiple strategies and techniques that can lead to our students’ positive outcomes.

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E. Jason Hall | MS, CCC-SLP

This group/course will be an overview of how to start a coaching or consulting business/private practice hybrid that focuses on entrepreneurs and professionals that require speech and communication services and professional development training.

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Janine Benner | MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-CL

This Deep Dive Study Group will review approaches to assessments, a variety of strength-based criterion reference and observational checklists for young autistic preschool aged children clinicians can use in school-based or clinical settings.

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Karyn Lewis Searcy | MA, CCC-SLP

This Deep Dive Study Group will assist new graduates and those less familiar to the private practice or school placement on working with people diagnosed with communication disabilities and their caregivers.

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MariBeth Plankers | MS, CCC-SLP, ATP

The Role of the Speech Language Pathologist with AAC and Literacy is engaging and ever-changing. This is due to the communicative needs of students/clients (pediatric to geriatric) and the major advancements of assistive technology.

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