Ask-the-Expert: School Edition! How to Support Students with Selective Mutism During Pandemic

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About the Event

This is a live, one-hour virtual Question/Answer session with SM school expert, Jennifer Brittingham, M.A. Participants are given the opportunity to submit questions upon registration and Jennifer will answer them all live, giving teachers, other education professionals, and parents the opportunity to learn how to continue engaging and interacting with SM students virtually during school closures and social distancing. Topics of discussion can and will focus on how to continue social communication strategies remotely, preparing for entry back to school if and when possible, and regression prevention. This interactive webinar workshop is perfect for the teacher, parent, or caregiver who is interested in learning how keep a student(s) with Selective Mutism engaged and communicative with schools, restaurants, and store closures.

Cancellation policy

We do not provide a refund if you need to cancel your registration. We understand that sometimes things come up so if you're unable to attend, we will provide a one-time registration transfer into this event a future date if 24-hours' notice is given.

About the Organizer

International expert Dr. Elisa Shipon-Blum and her dedicated team provide a supportive, comprehensive center that addresses the needs of the child, teen, and young adult with Selective Mutism and related challenges. Dr. Shipon-Blum developed Social Communication Anxiety Treatment® or S-CAT®, the evidenced-based treatment program exclusively used at the SMart Center, has been used to successfully treat over 6,000 individuals worldwide. Selective Mutism and related social communication anxiety disorders are widely misunderstood. As a result, individuals suffering from these issues are frequently misdiagnosed and mismanaged. The SMart Center gives those affected by these challenges—and their families—a place to feel safe, at home, and understood. Learn more at

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