Why is it that in every text-book example of language learning, the child is always requesting cookies, commenting on cookies, or protesting a lack of cookies? We should replace cookies with broccoli! This mom found out the hard way…and gave us a few laughs in the meantime!
Hanna Bogen, M.S., CCC-SLP is a Speech-Language Pathologist and Social-Cognitive Specialist. With a primary focus on therapies and interventions that support self-regulation and social communication, Hanna consults and collaborates in multiple schools to bring social-regulation, executive functioning, mindfulness, and social-cognitive strategies into the classrooms. She has trained K-12 teachers and educational specialists across the U.S. to support them in meeting the needs of all learners in their classrooms. In addition to her school consultation, Hanna provides individual and group therapy in the areas of articulation, language development, self-regulation, executive functioning, and social communication. Hanna is the co-owner of Executive Functioning Junction and the co-developer of the Brain Talk curriculum, which teaches students about brain functioning to improve metacognition and self-regulation skills. She holds a B.A. from Linfield College and a M.S. from the University of Washington.
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