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This profile was last updated on 6/19/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Clinical Supervisor

Phone: (248) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: s***@***.org
Judson Center Inc
Main Office 4410 West 13 Mile Road
Royal Oak, Michigan 48073
United States

Company Description: Since 1924, Judson Center has been a trusted non-profit community resource that creates solutions to improve the lives of individuals and families in southeast...   more
Background

Employment History

Education

  • B.A.
  • Master's Degree , Social Work
    The University of Michigan
  • Bachelor's Degree , Human Development and Social Relations
    Kalamazoo College
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Web References
Staff
www.judsoncenter.org, 19 June 2014 [cached]
Sarah Bretz, B.A., LMSW Clinical Supervisor Sarah received her Bachelor's Degree in Human Development and Social Relations from Kalamazoo College, and her Master's Degree in Social Work from The University of Michigan. Sarah has worked directly with children who have special needs for several years, in both respite and therapeutic settings. Prior to coming to Judson Center, Sarah worked as a PLAY Tutor, providing play-based therapy using Stanley Greenspan's Floortime model.
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Since joining Judson Center's Autism Connections staff in 2006, Sarah has been providing a variety of therapeutic services for children on the autism spectrum, including play-based therapy, play dyads, and social skills groups. Additionally, she also spends her time training individuals and professionals in the community about Autism and how best to work with individuals and their families. In her role as Clinical Supervisor, Sarah oversees many of the programs here at Autism Connections, including the social skills programming, the summer program, and the post-secondary program. She is also very committed to the sibling support services at Autism Connections, including the Sibshops program. As a sibling herself, Sarah is passionate about the benefits of providing support for siblings who are affected by being the brother or sister of a child with special needs.
Autism Connections Featured in Royal Oak Patch
www.judsoncenter.org, 10 Feb 2012 [cached]
Sarah Bretz, an autism specialist at the Judson Center, is the person responsible for introducing the two young children. Bretz was working with Brady in therapy for about a year when she decided to look for a "typical" child for him to interact with in a dyad.
A dyad is the smallest group. "It means two people," Bretz said.
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"I really don't have to do much," Bretz said. "It's pretty much all Adin. Brady is a different kid when he plays with him."
Bretz makes a chart with list of games for the boys to play.
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"As a therapist, I try to make it fun for both boys," Bretz said. "I don't want one of them to feel like they are coming here as a favor or that this is work."
If the boys complete all of their tasks and follow directions, they win a piece of candy.
"It helps keep them motivated," Bretz said.
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When Bretz approached her with the dyad idea, Weiner was happy to volunteer her son.
Staff
www.judsoncenter.org, 5 July 2012 [cached]
Sarah Bretz, B.A., LMSW Clinical Supervisor
Sarah received her Bachelor's Degree in Human Development and Social Relations from Kalamazoo College, and her Master's Degree in Social Work from The University of Michigan. Sarah has worked directly with children who have special needs for several years, in both respite and therapeutic settings. Prior to coming to Judson Center, Sarah worked as a PLAY Tutor, providing play-based therapy using Stanley Greenspan's Floortime model.
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Since joining Judson Center's Autism Connections staff in 2006, Sarah has been providing a variety of therapeutic services for children on the autism spectrum, including play-based therapy, play dyads, and social skills groups. Additionally, she also spends her time training individuals and professionals in the community about Autism and how best to work with individuals and their families. In her role as Clinical Supervisor, Sarah oversees many of the programs here at Autism Connections, including the social skills programming, the summer program, and the post-secondary program. She is also very committed to the sibling support services at Autism Connections, including the Sibshops program.. As a sibling herself, Sarah is passionate about the benefits of providing support for siblings who are affected by being the brother or sister of a child with special needs.
Staff
www.judsoncenter.org, 12 April 2012 [cached]
Sarah Bretz Clinical Supervisor Phone 248-837-2018 Sarah_Bretz@judsoncenter.org
Autism Connections - Oakland County Staff | Judson Center
www.judsoncenter.org, 19 May 2011 [cached]
Sarah Bretz, B.A., LMSW Clinical Supervisor Sarah received her Bachelor's Degree in Human Development and Social Relations from Kalamazoo College, and her Master's Degree in Social Work from The University of Michigan. She has worked directly with children who have special needs for several years, providing direct care. Prior to coming to Judson Center, Sarah worked as a PLAY Tutor, providing play-based therapy using Stanley Greenspan's Floortime model.
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Since joining Judson Center's Autism Connections staff in 2006, Sarah has been providing a variety of therapeutic services for children and teens on the autism spectrum, including play-based therapy, mentoring and play dyads. Additionally, she facilitates numerous social skills groups both here at our Autism Center, as well as within the community. Sarah is a strong advocate for individuals with disabilities and has provided school advocacy services to many families, helping children reach their highest potential educationally. She is also very committed to Judson Center's Sibshops Program, which provides therapeutic, activity-based support for siblings. As a sibling herself, Sarah is passionate about the benefits of providing support for siblings who are affected by being the brother or sister of a child with special needs.
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