Presentations and Workshops

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Presenting at the University of Washington Summer Institute on Clinical Supervision, July 2011

Judy Stone-Goldman, PhD, CCC-SLP, LMHC is a dynamic speaker and seasoned teacher, well known for her broad expertise and engaging teaching style. Through her popular courses, workshops, and continuing education seminars, she has long fostered awareness of the challenges we face in managing clinical relationships and boundaries. She now adds reflective practice to her arsenal of techniques for engaging in successful, balanced professional relationships.

Judy is available for presentations to staff at schools, clinics, and hospitals or for members of organizations. She individualizes events to meet the goals and professional needs of the participants while making sure to introduce them to core concepts and reflective practice. Her presentations and workshops are always lively, practical, and deeply human. You and your staff will come away with strategies and tools that will “recalibrate and recharge” the helping spirit and promote improved services through effective patient relationships.

Interested in having Judy present to your group or speak at an event? Click here to contact her and discuss the many possibilities.

Recent Presentations

“Personal-Professional Balance: Does It Exist? How Do We Find It?” Keynote speech, ASHA Health Care/Business Institute, Seattle, WA. April 2010.

“Reflective Writing for Personal-Professional Balance.” Workshop presented at ASHA Health Care/Business Institute, Seattle, WA. April 2010.

“Personal-Professional Balance: Reflective Writing as a Tool.” Speech and Hearing Sciences Proseminar, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, November 29, 2010.

“Beyond Venting, Rescuing, or Giving Up: Reflective Process for Self-Awareness and Balance in Clinical Supervision.” 2011 Summer Institute on Clinical Supervision, Washington, Seattle, WA, July 30, 2011.

“Improving the Patient Experience: Our Role as Reflective Professionals.” Evergreen Speech and Hearing Clinic, Kirkland, WA, January 26, 2012.

“Handling a Bad News Day: Holding Difficult Conversations with Families, Support Personnel, Peers, and Staff.” Alberta College of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists, Calgary, Canada, October 19, 2012.

Up-Coming Events

This week! ASHA session, Thursday evening, 6:30 – 7:30 p.m., GWCC/B407

“Reflective Practice for Self-Awareness and Emotional Balance in Professional Relationships.” Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Atlanta, November 15, 2012.

Take a Peek into a Workshop

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You’ll also find sample presentation materials in Resources (see Handouts from Presentations and Workshops).

Read What Others Say About Judy

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