Our Favorite SLP Podcasters Share Their Most Listened To Episodes

If you are reading this as it posts, in July-August 2019 we are taking a podcasting break so that we can spend more time with our families and also be intentional about planning and batching work moving forward. We are so excited for what lies ahead for the SLP Happy Hour Podcast!

Especially in the past few years, SLP podcasting has really exploded. There are so many different podcasts covering a variety of specialty areas of practice. For this post, we asked SLP podcasters to share their most downloaded episode so we could share it with you. If you love listening to podcasts as much as we do, check out these episodes to find a new podcast you love.

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Stress and the SLP: What We Are Trying

It’s no surprise that being an SLP can be stressful. Although this job is portrayed at times as giggles and playing games all day, there are also very real demands of productivity, paperwork and billing.

In fact, we’ve polled our audience online and we’ve found nearly 50% is considering a job change (another SLP job in another setting) and more than 50% of our audience has considered leaving the profession.

So, I’m going to guess that you feel a bit stressed and overwhlemed. In fact, we feel that way too (especially this time of year).

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Five Things I Didn't Want To Admit About My CF

This blog is essentially a reflection on the life and career lessons I learned during my clinical fellowship (CF) year. My CF year was unique in that, not only did I volunteer for a first year position working with students with complex communication needs, but I also decided to join Sarah Lockhart on a podcasting adventure and openly discuss my experiences during my first year as a speech-language pathologist.

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