Speak Your Feelings Blogger Hanna Bogen shares how she uses a thought bubble to help teach a high school student how to use self-talk: “My client requires LOTS of visual support as we tread through the concepts of social cognition and pragmatic language. I model self-talk by holding up this laminated thought bubble ... Blogjam
Blogjam  |   January 01, 2013
Speak Your Feelings
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Blogjam   |   January 01, 2013
Speak Your Feelings
The ASHA Leader, January 2013, Vol. 18, 16. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ3.18012013.16
The ASHA Leader, January 2013, Vol. 18, 16. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ3.18012013.16
Blogger Hanna Bogen shares how she uses a thought bubble to help teach a high school student how to use self-talk:
“My client requires LOTS of visual support as we tread through the concepts of social cognition and pragmatic language. I model self-talk by holding up this laminated thought bubble (yeah, yeah, I know it looks like a laminated intestine…it’s not art class!) and often ask him to do the same. All you need is some card stock, a laminator and a few straws (covered in tape) for the handle! Sometimes, I use this same thought bubble to demonstrate when I’m having a red or green thought, and the kinds of feelings those thoughts give me. The beauty of laminating everything is that you can write on them with dry erase markers and then just wipe them clean.”
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