Elizabeth Sautter, M.A., CCC-SLP
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Topic: Four Steps to Helping Your Child with Executive Functioning
What You Will Learn: The road to social-emotional learning starts with small steps. These foundational steps are also the basis for tackling executive function challenges. Let’s explore the path to social and emotional strength/success and executive function competence by learning about the WISE Model, an approach that incorporates Wisdom, Intentionality, Self-care, and Everyday Strategies in supporting children through mindful parenting. We will also learn how to use everyday routines and activities as opportunities for in-the-moment teaching as an “add-in” support, rather than “add-on.” Conscious parenting doesn’t have to be overwhelming! You can be your child’s best social-emotional coach and parent with confidence and ease. You will also receive a free copy of the WISE parenting journal and roadmap from the Make It Stick online course.
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About Elizabeth: About Elizabeth: Elizabeth Sautter, M.A. CCC-SLP is a speech therapist, speaker, and author specializing in social and emotional learning since 1996. She is the co-owner of Communication Works which provides speech therapy to schools and individuals in the SF Bay Area.
Elizabeth is the founder of Make Social Learning Stick where she provides consultation, training and resources. Elizabeth is the co-creator of the Make it Stick Parenting Online Course and Community and author of the Mom’s Choice award-winning book, Make Social and Emotional Learning Stick: Practical Strategies to Help Your Child Manage Emotions, Navigate School Situations and Reduce Anxiety. Elizabeth is also a Collaborative Zones of Regulation trainer and a co-author of the Zones of Regulation game, storybooks and card decks.
As a mom of two teen sons with additional needs as well as a therapist (a.k.a. “momathist”), Elizabeth Sautter is passionate about supporting children, teens and their families with social and emotional learning. Her mission to help kids manage emotions, navigate social situations and reduce anxiety goes beyond a career and is very personal to her.