The DVDs available to purchase are of seminars about selective mutism presented by Dr Elizabeth Woodcock, Clinical Psychologist and Director of the Selective Mutism Clinic in Sydney. She is co-author of the chapter ‘Treatment Programmes for Children with Selective Mutism’ in the book ‘Innovations and Advances in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy’ edited by D. Einstein (2007). Elizabeth conducts regular training seminarsand webinars for teachers, parents, and health professionals on the topic of selective mutism.
Elizabeth has worked in both private practice and the public sector, in both research and clinical settings for twenty years. She provides supervision and treatment for selective mutism as well as other childhood and adult psychological conditions. The treatment approach for Selective Mutism is largely cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT) and uses strategies that are shown by research to be effective.
Each of the training DVDs provides practical and informative advice for parents, teachers, and support staff about how to manage children with selective mutism. The presentation is split in half with a view of Elizabeth presenting on one side of the screen, and the powerpoint slides on the other side of the screen. All of Elizabeth’s presentations are highly practical, packed full of strategies, but are also presented in a very clear and easily understood way.
The DVDs can be purchased via the website via a secure payment gateway by clicking ‘Add to cart’ under the relevant DVD. If you would prefer to purchase the DVDs through our head office, please call reception on 02 9438 2511 or contact us using the online form here.
If you do not have a DVD player, we have made available external DVD players that plug into the USB port of your computer or laptop at a special price of $10. After you add your DVD to the cart, you will be able to add the DVD player at that time.
If you are interested in the recording of the one-day clinician webinar, click through to purchase and you will be sent the links to view the four-part webinar over a period of 4 weeks.
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