The Missing Link for SLPs
At the intersection between grad school and a successful career, our Fresh SLP content focuses on empowering SLPs and audiologists to launch their careers with confidence. Get clinical wisdom, pep talks, tips for success and so much more related to speech-language pathology! This podcast keeps you connected with the art of the profession, to help you master more and stress less!
Brought to you by Mattie Murrey, MA, CCC/SLP - Fresh SLP of The Missing Link for SLPs
Meet Lauren Fay, a voice specialist who works at Duke Voice Care Center, an outpatient facility within Duke University’s Healthy System. Lauren takes us through her typical day and caseload, covering the TEP and laryngectomy management she does in the process. She also offers advice for ...
A Day in the Life of a Medical SLP: Love Dysphagia? Learn What it Takes to be a FEES Private Practice SLP
Meet Katie Decker, a medical SLP who runs her own mobile FEES practice. Katie shares how she got into speech pathology, why she felt drawn to FEES, and what it takes to start a business. She also offers wisdom for SLPs just starting out, as well ...
Meet Emily Hosokawa, a medical SLP working in the acute care setting. Emily shares the joys and challenges of working in this environment, along with what led her to pursue speech pathology in the first place. She also offers insight into building confidence as a newer SLP so ...
Meet Tim Stockdale and Wendy Chase, two medical speech-language pathologists currently working in higher education. Both of them are professors at Rocky Mountain University, and Wendy also serves as the Director of Clinical Education. They’ve been heavily involved in building the graduate program for speech pathology ...
Meet George Barnes and Allie Boyer, two FEES specialists who started a mobile FEES company called FEESible Swallow Solutions. These SLPs explain how they got into such a specialized position, offer advice for students and clinical fellows looking to walk a similar path, and discuss some ...