Introducing SLP Life Happens a solo episode series with Sarah! In today’s episode Sarah is talking about imposter syndrome. Have you ever experienced self-doubt, feeling like somehow you are a fraud or not good enough?
Most of us feel imposter syndrome at some point in our profession. Read More
Did you meet your goals for 2019? Did Sarie and Sarah? In this episode the cohosts follow-up on how they’re both doing with meeting their goals for 2019. Spoiler alert: neither got 100% and they get real about it in their discussion.
What follows is a collection of listener favorite segments including lazy lessons for phonology and articulation, SLP life hacks, and lessons gone wrong! Read More
Sarah is adopting and is ready to talk about it on the podcast!
This is a very special and personal episode for SLP Happy Hour. Sarah opens up to our listeners about something she and her husband have been working towards for years…adopting a child. Read More
Have you wondered what’s out there as far as other job options? Toyed with the idea of quitting your job?
This episode discusses what to consider if you are contemplating a job change, and explores compassion fatigue - and how to tell if you have it.
The cohosts also share 5 tips to consider so you can say your best yes (and say no to everything else) and talk about their experiences with burnout and what they are saying YES to this year. Read More
Have you struggled with burnout? Or do you know an SLP who has? We know burnout isn’t something unique to SLPs - healthcare and education are both careers with high burnout rates.
What causes burnout? What are the causes of burnout at the organizational level? Why are so many helping professionals burned out? And what can we do about it?
This episode, Sarah and Sarie talk about friendships (including SLP friendships).
How did the co-hosts meet?
What are their most annoying habits?
Do Sarie and Sarah really get along? When there is conflict, what is it about?
How do you know when you need to get space from a friendship?
How do you handle friend break ups? Read More
How well do Sarie and Sarah really know each other? (With a pop quiz!)
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