Join us for a Discussion of Contemporary Clinical Aphasiology:
Wednesday, March 1st 2PM EST
Hear from authors and experts Patrick Coppens, PhD, CCC-SLP and Janet Patterson, PhD, CCC-SLP as they discuss important clinical issues in aphasia rehabilitation. The speakers will provide a broad overview of current, evidence-based clinical thinking on a variety of topic areas, as well as advice and examples for implementation in clinical practice. Several treatment components will be discussed, with special focus on Generalization and Treatment Intensity. This webinar is an ideal learning opportunity for clinicians, instructors and students.
About the Speakers
Patrick Coppens and Janet Patterson are both co-authors of the recently published text Aphasia Rehabilitation: Clinical Challenges.
Dr. Patrick Coppens is a full-time professor in the Department of Communication Disorders and Sciences at SUNY Plattsburgh where he teaches graduate neurogenics courses. Dr. Coppens was born and educated in Brussels, Belgium, where he acquired an undergraduate degree in Germanic Linguistics and a Master’s degree in Neurolinguistics. His doctorate in Communication Disorders and Sciences was awarded at Southern Illinois University – Carbondale. Dr. Coppens has 20 years of experience teaching and conducting research in the area of aphasia. He has published and presented extensively in his area of expertise and has edited and contributed to a prior volume entitled Aphasia in Atypical Populations.
Dr. Janet Patterson the Chief of Audiology and Speech Pathology Service at the VA Northern California Health Care System.