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Welcome to the Cocoon!

As healthcare professionals, we are all on a lifelong journey of discovery to find better ways to help our clients.  To that end, the Cocoon is a place where professionals can come to learn more about how to develop their practices and better serve their patients.  All courses in the Cocoon are virtual and this page will continue to develop as more course offerings become available. 


As always, we would love to hear from you! If you have ideas for course offerings that you would like us to provide, please contact us.


Guide to Becoming an IBCLC


This is a comprehensive guide on how to become an IBCLC including pathways, exam logistics, differentiation between credentials, practicing and frequently asked questions. 

Is Myo Right for Me?


This mini-course is designed to help decide whether Orofacial Myology is right for you and/or your practice.  It includes information on how to integrate it into your practice, how  to get started and what to expect with the certification process. 

Confidently Connecting for Collaboration (CCC)

Introduction Confidently Connecting for

Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders are prevalent and affect numerous areas of health. Professionals in a variety of fields need to be aware and collaborate in the identification and treatment of these issues. Navigating personalities and politics prove difficult when building a collaborative team for these complex disorders. However, it is imperative to have a collaborative team for these multi-faceted disorders. Here is the formula for how I built a full team from scratch.  

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify strategies to “recruit” interdisciplinary team members          

  • Differentiate between cooperation versus collaboration                      

  • Identify resources available on this topic and key members of a collaborative team

Credentials and Accreditation


Speech-Language Pathologists

Confidently Connecting for Collaboration  is offered for 0.1 ASHA Approved CEUs (Beginner Level, Professional Area). It is recognized by The American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). Please make sure to have your ASHA member number available if applicable. This course is not approved for partial credit. Participants must attend the course in its entirety to receive continuing education units.


Satisfactory Completion - To receive ASHA CEU credit for Confidently Connecting for Collaboration, learners must: (1) View every section of the course in its entirety and (2) pass the quiz at the end of the course with at least 80% correct.  Hours will be reported the month after completion of all requirements. Each attendee who completes the course in full will receive a certificate of completion/attendance.  




Other Disciplines

Any other entities/organizations/professions vary with requirements and state boards of licensure. Please check with your individual governing body for requirements.

What Our Trained Professionals
Have to Say About CCC

“Novel and effective tips for collaborating and building a team, especially where one might not yet exist.”
Hallie Bullkin (Speech-Language Pathologist )

The Cocoon Course Policies 

Cancellation - Virtual courses are non-refundable. Chrysalis Orofacial® is not responsible for any expenses incurred by registrants.

Special Accommodation Requests - If you require special accommodations, please notify Chrysalis Orofacial® prior to registration, so that necessary accommodations may be arranged.

Complaint Policy - When taking courses, Chrysalis Orofacial® students are encouraged, at all times, to communicate their concerns to course creators and/or the administrative team by emailing If a situation arises in which a student had a complaint or grievance regarding instruction or other topics related to his or her course, the student is to adhere to the following procedure:

1. Within 72 Hours: Discuss the matter with his or her online course instructor(s), if applicable. If not resolved,

2. Within the following 72 hours: Discuss the matter with the CE Director. The CE Director has the responsibility of reaching a decision that is in balance with the best interest of both the student and the organization. If a written response is needed, the student will be notified in writing within 5 business days of the CE Director’s decision. A student or any member of the public may file a grievance about this organization with the Better Business Bureau by calling (864) 242-5052 or by completing a complaint form, which can be obtained on the bureau’s internet web site (

Technical Issues - Please note that Autumn Henning and Chrysalis Orofacial® are not responsible for acts of God or technical difficulties on the end of the participant including organizational firewalls that may block the dowloading or viewing of our materials. For any technical difficulties, please contact your ISP or local IT department for support.

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