Rank #1: 36: The One About Childhood Apraxia of Speech with Nancy Kaufman
This episode features Nancy Kaufman, renowned expert in Childhood Apraxia of Speech. Tune in as we discuss the signs and symptoms of Childhood Apraxia of Speech, treatment options for Childhood Apraxia of Speech, and how Nancy is helping children and families from afar.
Apr 03 2019
Rank #2: 29: The One About Themed Therapy and Blogging with Whitney Smith
This episode features the amazing SLP, blogger, and TPT-author - Whitney Smith! Tune in to find out how she uses dramatic play and story grammar marker in therapy, secures grants for new materials, and her tips for blogging.
Feb 13 2019
True Confessions with Lisa & Sarah
SLPs Wine and Cheese's Podcast
SLP Happy Hour
The SLP Now Podcast
The Speech Space Podcast
First Bite: A Speech Therapy Podcast
The Speech Link: A Speech Therapy Podcast
SLP Trivia Fun
SLP Solution Morning Show
Speech Uncensored: A Speech Pathology Podcast
Learn With Less
Speech and Language Kids Podcast
SLP's and Q's
Speech Therapy Private Practice Startup Podcast
Speech Therapy: Storm of the Brains
Rank #3: 44: The One About Correcting a Lisp & Vocalic R with Karen Krogg
This episode features Karen Krogg from The Pedi Speechie! Listen to hear her tips for treating a lisp and vocalic /r/, about her most popular TPT resources, and where she gets inspiration for her funny felt board quotes.
Click here for the show notes!
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May 29 2019
Rank #4: 52: The One About Preventing Burnout with Kirsten Kelly
This episode features author, blogger and resource creator Kirsten Kelly. Kirsten is half the brains behind It's A Speech Thing. Today we chat about their most popular resources, taking care of your mental health, and about her partnership with close friend, Taryn. Did you know Kirsten loves to bake too? Tune in to hear her favorite recipes!
Aug 21 2019
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Rank #5: 69: The One About Articulation & Literacy With Kelly Farquharson
I am so excited for today’s interview, because it’s with Kelly Farquharson! Dr. Farquharson is a speech-language pathologist, associate professor, and director of the Children’s Literacy and Speech Sound (CLaSS) Lab at Florida State University. Today we are joined by Kelly Farquharson! In this episode, we discuss Speech Sound Disorders, Literacy, and Supporting School-Based SLPs!
Dec 12 2019
Rank #6: 25: The One With Nicole Allison From Speech Peeps
This episode features Nicole Allison from Speech Peeps! Tune in to hear Nicole's tips for being a minimalist SLP, her favorite resource she has ever created, and what it was like getting speech therapy as an adolescent.
Jan 16 2019
Rank #7: 16: The One About AAC With Gail Van Tatenhove
Oct 24 2018
Rank #8: 11: The One With Jenna Kirk From Speech Room News
Sep 19 2018
Rank #9: 79: The One About Getting Started With Teletherapy With Stacy Crouse
On this episode I am joined by Speech Language Pathologist, Certified Auditory Verbal Therapist, and teletherapist, Stacy Crouse. Stacy currently works full-time as a school-based SLP teletherapist providing services to children in K-12. She also creates no-print/no-prep SLP materials as well as resources for SLPs working with children with hearing loss.
Mar 18 2020
Rank #10: 3: The One With Meredith From Peachie Speechie
Jul 25 2018
Rank #11: 80: The One About Keeping Kids Engaged in Teletherapy with Stacey Pfaff
This episode I am joined by speech-language pathologist and teletherapist, Stacey Pfaff. Stacey works as a teletherapist full time for an online virtual academy.
Mar 25 2020
Rank #12: 56: The One About Speech Sound Disorders with Amy Graham
This week you get to hear from Amy Graham of Graham Speech Therapy! Amy works out of her home in Colorado Springs with private-pay clients.
In this episode, we discuss being in business for yourself, how having a niche therapy can help draw private-pay patients, the importance of doing an oral mech exam when assessing SSDs, her favorite tip for correcting lateral lisps, and how she uses principles of motor learning for SSDs.
You’ll love hearing Amy’s practical tips and words of wisdom. Join us!
Sep 18 2019
Rank #13: 53: The One About Bilingual Speech Therapy with Sarah Wu
This week you get to hear from blogger, Youtuber, and creator of Bilingual Speech Therapy Resources, Sarah Wu! Sarah is a bilingual SLP who was born in Australia, grew up in Wisconsin, and is now located in Illinois. In this episode, you will learn about Sarah’s unique path to speech-language pathology, about the pros and cons of teletherapy, and her bilingual therapy membership service. Click here for the show notes!
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Aug 28 2019
Rank #14: 33: The One About Minimal Prep Therapy with The Type B SLP
This episode features Abby from The Type B SLP! Tune in to hear how she is using technology to meet students' needs, where she gets inspiration for her custom bags, and using what you have in therapy!
Mar 13 2019
Rank #15: 5: The One With Rachael From Texas Speech Mom
Aug 08 2018
Rank #16: 4: The One With Maureen From The Speech Bubble SLP
Aug 01 2018
Rank #17: 66: The One About Student Loans With Brooke Tierney
Today I am speaking with Brooke Tierney about student debt and loan forgiveness. Brooke is a speech language pathologist working in the elementary school setting in southern California. She graduated in 2018 with close to $90,000 in student loan debt. She is determined to pay off her student loans aggressively, by targeting one loan at a time. Brooke has been in repayment for nine months, and she has paid off $21,000 of student loan debt. She plans to pay off the remainder of her student loans in the next three years.
In our chat today, we learn what Brooke has done to reduce expenses, stay motivated and different types of debt payoff. Brooke also discusses loan forgiveness and the common mistakes SLPs make.
1. Initially facing debt (after graduating)
2. Decreasing expenses, increasing income
3. Paying extra to debt (and how to pick which loans to target)
4. A few things to consider if you’re pursuing loan forgiveness
Game: What is a piece of advice you would tell your younger self?
Nov 20 2019
Rank #18: 27: The One With Jennifer From Speech Therapy Plans
This episode features Jennifer Bradley from Speech Therapy Plans! Listen to hear about everything Speech Therapy Plans has to offer busy SLPs, her tips for first year SLPs working in the schools, and her journey as a mom of a child with apraxia of speech.
Jan 30 2019
Rank #19: 9: The One With Ashley From Sweet Southern Speech
Sep 05 2018
Rank #20: 77: The One About Stuttering with Nina Reeves
Today I am joined by award-winning fluency specialist, Nina Reeves! Nina currently serves as staff fluency specialist for several school districts near Dallas, Texas. Her private practice is dedicated to children and adolescents who stutter, and she travels extensively, presenting training workshops on topics related to fluency disorders.
Mar 04 2020