Have you been curious about seeing private clients “on the side”? Want to know how to make private practice your side gig or transition into private practice? Read More
In this episode, Jill Shook of www.privatepracticeslp.com, shares specific steps you should follow to get started. This episode shares go-to steps in order so you can avoid overwhelm and start seeing those clients!
Our short interview series continues! Up this episode, Bryony Rust from Salt and the Sea. Bryony was joining us for our first live interview all the way from the United Kingdom!
Bryony discusses her area of expertise: helping early communicators with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Bryony shares her philosophy on working with early learners, as well as some tips you can try right away to get started! Read More
This episode, Sarah and Sarie talk about how to make friends when you move as an adult. Easier said than done, but not to worry - Sarie and Sarah have a step-by-step process to get you started.
Sarie also shares her road to becoming an SLP, and how she got to where she is today.
The co-hosts also answer a listener question:
Should you follow your passion in your work choice?
This episode also contains some SLP Wisdom, a way to take things off your to-do list. Read More
In this Episode, we interview Felice Clark from The Dabbling Speechie about how to manage mixed groups.
How can you target multiple goals in one session? How do you take data for groups with different goals? How can you manage behavior and stay organized while targeting so many different objectives?
Felice has got you covered with that, and lesson ideas for mixed groups. Listen in, and be ready to manage your mixed group with more fun and ease! Read More
This bonus episode, we share an interview with Kristin Cummings from Simply Speech. In this interview, you’ll hear about an easy lesson Kristin always has in her back pocket, and a lesson gone wrong that stopped before it even started. Read More
Are you interested in essentialism? Would you like to be able to let things go more easily?
The hosts talk about the book Essentialism by Greg McKown and what this means to their work (and home) lives.
Sarah and Sarie also talk about their struggle to let things go - what has worked, what hasn't, and what they are trying next.
The hosts also discuss what they are making more time for, and how to make more time for it (Sarah's got a baking list at the ready!).
In an SLP Wisdom segment to help you move forward when you feel self doubt. Read More
In this special episode, Sarah and Sarie share 10 easy lessons to make your SLP life run even more smoothly.
What’s an easy lesson? Read More
One that can work:
Do you have a learner with Autism who isn't using verbal language yet? In this getting started series, Rose from ABA Speech by Rose shares the four biggest myths about Autism and how to get started with your nonverbal learners. Read More
Ten Minutes with Shannon Werbeckes
For this bonus interview, we sat down with Shannon Werbeckes from Speechy Musings. We asked Shannon:
What is one go-to easy lesson you use?
What’s a time things didn’t go as planned in your speech therapy room? Read More
Are you looking for a tight-knit SLP community? Sarah and Sarie discuss the importance of SLP friends, and how to find your own crew and cultivate those relationships for more joy and fun with your work life. Read More