Opening a Private Practice Helped Me Be a Mom Again

Opening a Private Practice Helped Me Be a Mom Again

Since I can remember, I’ve always had determination. I would describe myself as thoughtful, organized and goal driven—so when I … Continued

Ethics Consult: The Importance of Failure

Dear Ethics Consult, I’ve been licensed and in private practice for just over a year now. I have several clients … Continued

Why Transitioning to Being an Office-Based SLP Saved My Practice

To the traveling SLP—whether in school or private practice—I see you, working out of your car. I was in your … Continued

What We Can Learn From Difficult Clients

Maybe you recognize that feeling—that sense of dread you feel in your stomach as their appointment is approaching. You start … Continued

Examining Faith in Things Unseen

Religion—like many aspects of life—holds both beauty and brokenness. In the name of religion, wars have been fought and countries … Continued

Why Focusing on Values Helps Build a Sustainable Practice

As therapists, we typically join the mental health field out of a deep desire to help others. We go to … Continued

How Providing Mental Health Services in Schools Transformed My Practice

I grew up constantly surrounded by children. My house was the place where neighborhood kids congregated. Combine that with my … Continued

Working with Transgender Clients? Here’s What You Need to Know

Over the past year, I’ve held a lot of intentional and sacred space for transgender people in therapy groups, individual … Continued

5 Tips for Staying Organized as a Mobile SLP

I love to see the creativity that my SLP colleagues put into decorating their offices and waiting rooms. But as … Continued

What We’re Playing—June 2021

Over the past year, we’ve played board games to keep ourselves busy and make connections with the people around us. … Continued