Presentation Schedule

For FAB STRATEGIES® Workshops & Consultations Email: JLP96007@gmail.com

VirtualBookTour

PESI 2-Day Behavior Seminar for Mental Health, Allied Health & Teachers

March 12 & 13, 2020 Rochester, New York

PESI 2-Day Behavior Seminar for Mental Health, Allied Health & Teachers

April 23 & 24 Oakland, California (& Webcast)

ERI Two Day Workshop May 1 & 2, 2020 in Derry, New Hampshire

New Hampshire Workshop

ERI Two Day Workshop September 25 & 26, 2020 in Indianapolis, Indiana

ERI Two Day Workshop October 16 & 17, 2020 in Des Moines, Iowa

Des Moines Workshop

ERI Two Day Workshop November 20 & 21, 2020 in Cedar Knolls, NJ

Cedar Knolls Info

ERI Two Day Workshop October 

Workshop Descriptions

ERI Two Day Workshops: FAB Strategies to improve behavior for Occupational, Speech/language, Physical & Mental Health therapists emphasizes treatment for 3-21 year olds with developmental, behavioral, PTSD and mental health challenges.  Register early as course size is limited to provide individualized teaching in developing and implementing a program of individualized developmental, behavioral, sensory,  and massage treatment.

AOTA National Conference Boston, MA March 27, 2020 from 9:00 – 11:00am Poster: Positive Behavioral Interventions & Supports in School O T

BER 1 Day Mindful Behavioral Strategies in Preschool & Kindergarten: Strategies that can be immediately used by teachers and therapists in classrooms that include students with complex behavioral challenges including Developmental, Sensory, & Mental Health Challenges.

BER Two Day Train-the-Trainer: A two day course to train teachers, administrators, as well as school occupational, speech/language, physical and mental health therapists to train teachers and therapists to improve learning and behavior in students with significant behavioral, developmental and mental health challenges.

 

 

 

14 Comments

  1. Hello, I saw you present at Therapies in the School a few years ago and was inspired! Would love to arrange for a few of my colleagues to come see you present in MA or RI. Also personally interested in your train the trainer courses, but I can’t seem to find registration info for any of the above. Any suggestions?
    Thanks,
    Carol Vieira OTR/L

    1. Thank you so much for your kind comments and interest in my upcoming seminars. I give one day courses for teachers and therapists and a two day Train-the-Trainer course for BER that you can get more information or register for by calling BER at 800-735-3503. The train-the-trainer for BER focuses on teaching you to train therapists and teachers and is more focused on behavior when teaching full groups and classes. Information and registration for my ERI 2 day courses can be found at 800-487-6530 and is more geared for occupational, physical and speech therapists. It teaches advanced handling as well as being a train-the-trainer for other staff but emphasizes advanced treatment more that training.

  2. Hello! I was hoping to attend your session in Johnson City, however the brochure is not opening. Would you be able to email a copy?

  3. Are you interested in coming to South Florida? I know a few centers who might be interested in having you lead a workshop: CARD center at Florida Atlantic University (Boca Raton), Slomin Center (Delray Beach), Palm Beach School for Autism (Lake Worth).

    1. I would love to visit South Florida. My family lives in Sarosota so it is a favorite place for me to present. I will be visiting Jacksonville, FL some time in 2017 if they want to see my two day seminar. Thanks for your interest.

  4. Also agree a summer conference needed. The upper peninsula in Michigan is absolutely beautiful in the summer!

  5. I agree with Karina. Need a summer conference, in Michigan, Wisconsin, or Minnesota. Thanks

  6. I’d be interested in one of your workshops. Summer would seem like a good time to offer one for school based therapist – we wouldn’t need to take time off and would have some strategies ready for the new year. Any chance you might yet offer one in June?

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