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About Your Instructor – Adina Soclof

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Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Adina Soclof is an experienced, school-based Speech-Language Pathologist who understands firsthand the many behavior challenges facing therapists working in the schools today. Known nationally for her expertise on effectively managing challenging behaviors in therapy settings, she offers practical, insights into better understanding the causes of challenging behaviors and highly effective strategies for addressing them in school-based therapy environments.

Adina is the author of Improving the Behavior of Attention-Seeking, Manipulative and Challenging Students During Therapy, the extensive digital resource each participant will receive at the seminar.

An entertaining and engaging presenter, Adina provides an abundance of innovative, highly effective ideas to more effectively manage challenging behavior in school-based therapy settings. Whether your school is in-person, online or in a hybrid learning environment, you'll leave with strategies that will help students succeed and strengthen your role as a therapist in the school setting.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"Adina's presentation was loaded with very useful information. Lots of examples that can be implemented. Very relevant to working with the type of students I work with."

"I liked all of the functional strategies that may be implemented to better support a defiant or uncooperative child within the therapy setting and within the academic setting overall."

"Every bit of this seminar was applicable. I have five students with significant behavior problems on a daily basis. The new and insightful information I received will help me better manage those behavior problems."