Pediatric Tx Corner: Pearla and Her Unpredictably Perfect Day: Teaching Social Emotional Literacy
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I enjoy finding SLP’s who are working and learning “outside the box,” applying their speech-language skills to important related areas of learning, to better the lives of our clients. I’d like to introduce you to Rochel Lieberman, a Speech Language Pathologist and PhD student in Communication Sciences and Disorders, with her field of interest in social emotional literacy and stress in language development. She is publishing her first children’s book, regarding social emotional literacy skills in children, “Pearla and Her Unpredictably Perfect Day,” a delightful story about a clever little girl who uses strategies to overcome perfectionism, solve a problem and see the the fun outcomes possible in her imperfect world! Here is Rochel’s guest post:
I was inspired by my work as a Speech-Language Pathologist to write Pearla and her Unpredictably Perfect Day.
While providing services to a wide range of children and adults over the years, I
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