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 Katie Brown, a speech-language pathologist and certified brain injury specialist who started her own private practice after just three years of being in the medical SLP field. In the latest episode of The Missing Link, Katie walks listeners through her journey to opening her private practice, discusses ...
Meet Jessica Schell, a speech-language pathologist who currently works in the skilled-nursing setting. In our latest episode, Jessica shares what a typical day at a SNF facility looks like. She reveals what clinical fellows can expect from this work environment, how they can prepare themselves, and some of ...
Meet Dani Newcombe, known online as The Messy SLP. Dani works in a pediatric setting and spends her time online connecting with other speech-language pathologists through her Instagram Reels. A firm believer in using humor and positivity to approach her work, Dani dives into why she became an ...
Meet Kate Peabody, who went from climbing the Fortune 500 ladder to building her own business as a creative life, career, and business coach. Kate has helped numerous clients determine which path is “right” for them, and she’s given them the tools to take the first steps toward ...
Conversation with an SLP Graduate Professor on Improving the Classroom-to-Clinic Connection with Problem-Based Learning Approach (SLP Spotlight)
Meet Louise Keegan, Ph.D., an Associate Professor of Speech-Language Pathology at Moravian College who was instrumental in developing the Master of Science program at the Pennsylvania-based institution. Louise walks us through the problem-based learning structure her graduate program embraces, how her background led her to that approach, and ...