Tag Archives: speech pathologist

A Letter to My Younger Self – Liza S.

younger self This week's "Letter to My Younger Self" is written by one of our long-time team leaders, who is now our Associate Clinical Director - Liza Sanchez, M.A. CCC-SLP. This clinician has definitely experienced the highs and not-so-highs of a speech therapy career. From someone who thought she "knew it all" as a CF, Liza has learned from each experience and grown into an amazing clinician. Read on to find out what advice Liza would give her younger self!  Read More »

Succeeding in Your Rookie Year as a School Based Therapist

new speech therapistEveryone has been there. It’s your first year on the job. Even if you are an experienced therapist, if you’re making the transition to working in a school setting, you’ll have a bit of a learning curve. If you are working as a school-based occupational, physical, or speech therapist for the first time, don’t sweat it. There are several things you can do to make your rookie year go well.  Read More »