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E. J. Webster Visiting Scholars Institute
About Betty Webster and the Webster Institute:

Betty WebsterThe Elizabeth J. Webster Visiting Scholars Institute was established in 2009 in the spirit of maintaining, developing, and passing on to future generations. Dr. Betty Webster’s invaluable contributions to the professions of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.

Betty was an outstanding scholar and counselor. She was warm and caring, a guiding friend to both her students and colleagues. Indeed, she had a major impact on the lives of those with whom she interacted. Betty was also an exceptional educator, an icon for life-long learning. She valued the refinement of her basic clinical theories and their applications, as well as her own development as a poet, painter, and author of fiction novels.

The Elizabeth J. Webster Visiting Scholars Institute presents:

Narrative Means to Therapeutic Ends:

Meaning Making in Communication Therapy

July 8, 2010

 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Memphis Speech and Hearing Center Auditorium

807 Jefferson Avenue

To RSVP, please email or call 901/678-5800.

Featuring 2010 Visiting Scholars Dr. Robert Neimeyer and Dr. Anthony DiLollo

This course is offered for 0.6 ASHA CEUs(Intermediate level, Professional area).

NOTE: You must now have your ASHA membership ID number in order to get ASHA CE credit.

Additional Information

2010 Webster Institute Flyer

2009 Webster Institute Flyer

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