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At Dynamic Therapy, we believe that a diverse and inclusive workplace is essential for success. That’s why we offer comprehensive training for corporate organizations, schools, and government entities to promote collaboration and equity among individuals with different abilities, races, backgrounds, sexual orientations, identities, and sex. Our trainings focus on helping individuals unlearn unconscious bias and fostering an environment of understanding and respect.

Our expert trainers apply evidence-based principles to create interactive learning experiences that promote personal and professional growth. We understand the intricacies of adult education and strive to keep all participants fully engaged. By improving performance and fostering innovation in the workplace, our trainings create a stronger and more motivated workforce, expands knowledge sharing, and improves company processes. Contact us to learn more about our virtual and in-person training and take the first step towards a more inclusive and successful workplace.

Contact us today regarding our trainings:

  • Ability and Disability – Let’s Consider Everyone!    

Join us for our transformative training, “Ability and Disability- Let’s Consider Everyone!” where we aim to promote social integration and inclusion of individuals with disabilities as an ethical principle. This training is designed to shed light on disability as a social justice issue by exploring the historical and contemporary issues surrounding disabilities. Our interactive training offers learning opportunities to help identify and address the inequities and injustices affecting the lives of individuals with disabilities. Despite federal legislation that protects the inherent rights of individuals with disabilities, they often face stigmatization and attitudinal and physical barriers in work and daily life. This training equips attendees with the knowledge and skills necessary to support individuals with disabilities and address subtle discrimination and prejudice. By attending this training, you will learn how to create a more inclusive and welcoming environment for individuals with disabilities, who often face negative experiences related to their disabilities. Join us in creating a more just and equitable society for all!

  • Communicating with Parents of Students with Differing Abilities

This training enhances teachers’ communication skills, enabling them to establish positive relationships with their students’ families. Teachers can learn how to improve and create healthy communication with parents by examining their current communication practices. This can help establish a cohesive team with a shared goal of the student’s success. Additionally, the training provides practical strategies for stress-free tracking and logging all correspondences with parents, ensuring transparency in student progress toward their individual learning goals.

  • Cultural Fluency/Humility in Special Education

Dynamic Therapy is dedicated to advocating for education equity and fostering a culture of inclusion for all children. We believe every child deserves to feel safe and secure in their homes, schools, and communities, regardless of race or ethnicity. To this end, we strive to create platforms that promote racial unity and eliminate systemic barriers to learning. Our goal is to cultivate a growth mindset among the next generation of learners and promote unification through education. Through our comprehensive training, attendees gain invaluable insights into cultural fluency, language awareness, and strategies for effective communication and engagement. Together, we can create a more equitable and inclusive society, one that celebrates diversity and nurtures the full potential of every child.

  • Early Identification of Speech, Language, and Hearing Disorders

This training equips attendees with the knowledge to recognize early signs of speech, language, and hearing challenges in children aged from birth to five years old. Through this training, attendees gain a deeper understanding of developmental milestones and learn what to expect during critical stages of a child’s language acquisition journey. By detecting and addressing these challenges early on, attendees can help prevent long-term speech, language, and hearing problems and promote healthy communication skills in children.

  • Enriching Speech and Language Development

Learning how to communicate effectively is a crucial milestone in a child’s language development. As a caretaker, you play an essential role in fostering your baby’s little sounds and expressions into words that can be used to convey a wide range of needs, wants, thoughts, and opinions. Join our training to discover practical strategies to enrich and encourage children’s speech and language development. Our experienced trainers will guide you through evidence-based approaches that promote language acquisition, and you will leave with practical tools and techniques to support your child’s communication skills.

  • How to Resolve Conflict in the Workplace

Interpersonal conflict is an inevitable aspect of any workplace. Disagreements and strong emotions can arise when individuals from different backgrounds and disciplines work together to achieve a common goal. In this presentation, participants will gain valuable insights and tools for effectively managing conflict in the workplace. Through interactive discussions and practical exercises, attendees will learn strategies for approaching difficult conversations, problem-solving, and identifying common ground. The presenter will also share tips for taking others’ perspectives, finding workable solutions, and strengthening relationships to achieve positive outcomes for all parties involved.

  • Neurodiversity in the Workplace

Neurodiversity refers to the beautiful diversity in human brains and cognition, including differences in learning, attention, mood, and other mental functions. At Dynamic Therapy, we believe that people with varying neurocognitive abilities possess unique talents, perspectives, and skills that can be incredibly valuable in the workplace. Our training is designed to teach organizations how to recruit, hire, retain, and advance neurodivergent workers while creating a welcoming and inclusive work environment. Attendees will gain an understanding of the benefits of neurodiversity in the workplace, learn about neurodivergence, and discover ways to accommodate and support neurodivergent employees. Join us in promoting inclusivity and diversity in the workplace!

  • Speak with PRIDE: CommunicationIs Key   

This training aims to equip professionals with the knowledge and skills to communicate effectively and inclusively with members of the LGBTQ+ community. It emphasizes the importance of using appropriate gender-inclusive language, pronouns, and key terms to create a respectful and welcoming environment. Participants will learn how to communicate with sensitivity and understanding to build positive relationships and foster inclusion. With this training, professionals will be better prepared to meet the needs of diverse populations and create an inclusive workplace culture.

  • Speech-Language Pathologists— Who Are We and What Do We Do?

Speech-language pathologists, commonly known as SLPs, are professionals who specialize in communication disorders. They work with individuals across all age groups and treat a wide range of speech and language difficulties, including swallowing disorders. In this training, attendees will gain knowledge on how to collaborate with SLPs and effectively refer individuals with speech and language delays and disorders for appropriate treatment.

  • The Language-Literacy Connection

Discover the power of language and literacy development with our training on skilled reading. Language and literacy go hand in hand, and attendees will learn how to build a strong foundation for both. The training focuses on the reciprocal relationship between language and literacy, which changes over time. Attendees will also discover how speech-language pathologists can uniquely and critically impact clients and individuals by improving their literacy skills. Join us for a dynamic session that will revolutionize your understanding of language and literacy!

  • The Paradigm/Mindset Shift

The Paradigm/Mindset Shift is a training program designed to help educators, parents, and caregivers empower children to set and achieve their own goals in the academic setting. Traditionally, adults have been responsible for setting children’s goals and expectations. However, research has shown that when children are given the opportunity to set their own goals, they are more motivated and engaged in the learning process. In this training program, we will explore the benefits of allowing children to set their own goals and provide strategies for supporting them in this process. Participants will learn how to encourage children to take ownership of their learning, be more independent, and develop critical thinking skills. We will discuss practical ways to involve children in the goal-setting process, including setting achievable goals, breaking larger goals into smaller tasks, and tracking progress over time. We will also cover how to provide meaningful feedback and support to children as they work towards their goals. By the end of the training, participants will have a better understanding of the importance of empowering children to set and achieve their own goals and will have the tools and strategies needed to support them in this process.

  • Understanding Speech and Language Disorders: Identifying Signs and Symptoms

This training is designed for educators to enhance their understanding of speech and language disorders in children. During this training, participants will learn about the different types of speech and language disorders, their signs and symptoms, and how to identify them in the classroom. The training will cover various topics, including typical speech and language development, the impact of speech and language disorders on academic achievement, and the importance of early intervention. Participants will learn how to recognize and assess children who may be at risk for speech and language disorders and how to make appropriate referrals to speech-language pathologists. The training will also provide strategies for supporting children with speech and language disorders in the classroom, including modifications to instruction, accommodations, and assistive technology. Participants will learn how to collaborate with speech-language pathologists and other professionals to create effective learning plans that meet the unique needs of children with speech and language disorders. Overall, this training will provide educators with the knowledge and skills to identify, support, and advocate for children with speech and language disorders in the classroom. Participants will leave with a better understanding of the importance of early identification and intervention and how to work collaboratively with other professionals to support the academic success of all children.