Session: Sunday Morning

Comfortable in the Uncomfortable

“Sign Language interpreting is not a profession for those who are uncomfortable with change. Interpreting is an ever-developing field that requires its practitioners to change, adapt, and grow. Often, the issue is not the lack of desire to change, rather it is creating lasting change. How do we, as interpreters, know what we should be …

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Skill Based: ASL to English, Listening! Understanding! and Voicing!

“Improves your listening strategies! How? Forensic strategies develop the constructive use of passive skills! As we interpret, we often interpret the implicit into explicit information. By discovering strengths in ‘noticing differently’ – increased empathetic VENACULAR understanding occurs. What is the role of intuitive and inferential listening – WHILE VOICING? Comprehensive communication – how do we …

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G-Spot 101

“Perhaps you are aware of what a G-spot is, where it is and what it does but for many out there this mythical magic spot is elusive. Physical arousal, sex, and associated pleasures can be very technical. If you want to understand them, you must be able to break them down. DID YOU KNOW: that …

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Beginning Court/Legal Terminology for Interpreters

“This interactive workshop is designed for participants who are interested in pursuing courtinterpreter certification. Many interpreters and interpreting students are interested in eventuallyworking in a court/legal setting but are unsure where to start. The information presented in thisworkshop is primarily vocabulary/concept based and is designed to provide a foundation fromwhich to build a more well-rounded …

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