Category: Social Cognition, Social Fluency
What Planned Ignoring Does and Why We Shouldn’t Get Comfortable With It It hurts my feelings to be ignored. She said it. In her full five year old boldness. And I understood it. I quickly got it. It gave me pause and moved me to think about how ignoring (planned or unplanned) is dismissive of…
Landria Green, SLP GuruABA and SLP, Being an SLP-Roll Up Your Sleeves, career in therapy, Conversations in Leadership, diversity and inclusion in ABA, selfcare, Social Cognition, Social Fluency, therapy business, therapy business development, Work Life Balance
Unpacking Pain, Protests, and Providing Service
What’s A Therapist To Do When The World Is Amuck and YOU Still Need To Provide A Service? Years ago, I had an experience when my bad day turned into a bad week. I was in such a state of emotional pain and angst. I could not see anything beyond my well warranted emotions. While…
Landria Green, SLP GuruABA and SLP, Being an SLP-Roll Up Your Sleeves, career in therapy, diversity and inclusion in ABA, Social Cognition, Social Cognition, Social Fluency, Social Fluency, Work Life Balance
You must be logged in to post a comment.