The Missing Link for SLPs

An Interview with an Interesting Neuropsychologist {SLP Spotlight}

The Missing Link for SLPs
An Interview with an Interesting Neuropsychologist {SLP Spotlight}
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I am with Dr. Lynn Fraley today who's a good friend of mine, and she is a neuropsychologist. I'm excited to have her here today to explain to us what goes on in her world as a neuropsychologist.

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Introduction

Focus

  • To give listeners a brief introduction to what a neuropsychologist does

Story

  • Lynn is an out-of-the-box neuropsychologist who has a unique approach to assessment and recovery.  

Discussion & Reflection Questions

  1. What is a neuropsychologist?
  2. Why did you become a neuropsychologist?
  3. Tell us about your typical day as a neuropsychologist (hours worked, patients seen)
  4. Have you ever worked with a medical SLP?
  5. Tell us about your greatest rewards as a neuropsychologist. - Share a story if possible.
  6. What words of advice do you have for a graduate student or SLP in the field?
  7. Any last comments or insights?

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