Continuing Education Courses

Clinical excellence is one of THERAPY 2000’s core values. as a benefit of joining Therapy 2000, you have access to live and on-demand, high-quality, free CE courses all year long!

August 11, 2023

Webinar – Helping Breastfed Babies Latch: Tongue-tie and More

Audience: ST & OT Feeding Therapists

CEU Hours: 4 CEUs approved by TSHA, TOTA

Time: 8:30am – 12:45pm

Cost & Registration:

  • THERAPY 2000 / Green Apple Therapy employees: Free – REGISTRATION COMING SOON!
  • Participants Outside of THERAPY 2000: only $39!!! (Students – $20!!!) – REGISTRATION COMING SOON!

Location: Webinar

Note for T2K/GAT Therapists: we do not have permission to record this training; it will not be available later OnDemand

Facilitator: Dr. Jenny Thomas

Dr. Jenny Thomas is a pediatrician and breastfeeding medicine specialist in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Community and Family Medicine and Pediatrics at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW). She is a graduate of Marquette University and the Medical College of Wisconsin.  She did her residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals, served as Chief Resident in Pediatrics, and did a fellowship in Neonatal/Perinatal Medicine.   She has been an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) since 2003. She is now serving her 12th year on the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) Section on Breastfeeding Leadership Team.  She is a founder and a past Chairperson of the Wisconsin Breastfeeding Coalition and continues to serve as the Chapter Breastfeeding Coordinator for the Wisconsin Chapter of the AAP. She has received national advocacy awards, multiple teaching awards, and has been recognized for innovation within her practice and community.  She has been published in Clinical Pediatrics, the Journal of Human Lactation, and Breastfeeding Medicine. She is currently the lead author for the AAP Clinical Report on Ankyloglossia. She is one of the physicians recognized as a Fellow of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine (FABM) for her expertise on breastfeeding.


This presentation will review echolalia and its role in gestalt language development. We will take a look at the difference between analytic language development and gestalt language development, as well as, how to identify if a child is a gestalt language processor. The stages of Natural Language Acquisition (NLA) will be outlined and an in-depth look at laying the foundation for effective assessment and treatment of natural language development for gestalt language processors will be made. Assessment in terms of language sampling and scoring within the NLA framework will be discussed, as well as, establishing goals and language supports for gestalt language processors at each stage of NLA


Following this training, participants will be able to:

  1. List at least 3 fundamental reasons for making the recommendation of exclusive breastfeeding.
  2. Describe the normal physiology of the production and regulation of human milk.
  3. List and describe at least 3 conditions which can impact human milk production.
  4. Critically examine and discuss at least 3 articles of research around anterior ankyloglossia and how it translates into the recommendations provided to breastfeeding families.


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