SLP Happy Hour is a podcast for caring SLPs who want more calm and less chaos in their workday. We are passionate about combating perfectionism and helping SLPs create stronger and healthier relationships with their work worlds, and to have more fun and calm at home. On the podcast, we talk about happiness, SLP lesson fails, easy (lazy) lessons, new habits we are trying to create, and tips and tricks for maintaining more SLP calm.
Ep. 75: Dos and Don’ts of Telepractice Assessment with Stacy Crouse
Are you an SLP doing standardized assessments via telepractice for the first time? This episode is for you.
In this interview episode, Stacy Crouse discusses the dos and don’ts of assessment via telepractice. For full show notes, visit: www.slphappyhour.com/show-notes/75
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Ep. 74: Books on Antiracism & White Privilege for SLPs
This episode explores a variety of books on antiracism & white privilege for SLPs.
For full show notes (including book titles) visit: www.slphappyhour.com/show-notes/74
Ep. 73: Six Back to School Telepractice Tips with Theresa from Lady in the Box
This BONUS episode is an interview with Theresa from Lady in the Box, where we dig in and discuss what it’s like to do telepractice in the schools.
In this episode Theresa and Sarah offer a primer and tips for SLPs providing service via telepractice (by choice or not). Topics include: six teletherapy tips, and what to do the first month of school.
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Ep. 72: Moving Beyond Fear
Is fear stopping you from accomplishing your goals?In this podcast episode we discuss things we've done this year that we were afraid of, how we moved beyond fear to meet a few goals this year, and what we WANT to do right now, but need to work through the fear first.
For full show notes, visit: www.slphappyhour.com/show-notes/72
Ep. 71: Using Self Talk To Work Through Impostor Syndrome with Kate Williams
Do you struggle with Impostor Syndrome?
Do you want more effective strategies for when Impostor Syndrome creeps up?
In this episode, we interview Kathryn Samples for 5 practical tips for using self talk to work through impostor syndrome.
Kate is a doctoral candidate studying mindfulness and compassion fatigue, and she is an SLP.
For full show notes, visit: www.slphappyhour.com/show-notes/71
Ep. 70: A Day in The Life: School SLP & Telepractice SLP
Are you considering a job change in the next year or two? Or are you just curious about how being a school employee is different from working a school contract as a telepractice SLP? In this episode, we walk you through a day in the life of a school SLP and a telepractice SLP, including the similarities and differences between the two.
For full show notes, visit: www.slphappyhour.com/show-notes/70
Customer ReviewsSee All
Awesome and so important!
17 year veteran SLP here! I stumbled upon this podcast early on in COVID-19 stay at home time. I was already burnt out at work, then the pandemic put me over the edge. I was seeking inspiration and guidance, and I found it here! Sarah and Sarie are down to earth, personable, and have so much to share about the often ignored subject of SLP burnout. Thanks so much for what you do!
Sarah and Sarie introduce and discuss timely, relevant topics in the SLP field, such as the most recent episode, which delves into pronoun usage. Since SLPs work with a diverse range of clients/students/patients, it's important for us to be aware of a multitude of current topics. Thanks to Sarah and Sarie for bringing these topics to the forefront, and talking about them in a casual, relatable manner. :) Love listening to it!
Pronoun Usage With Patients
I am a new listener and just wanted to let you know that I thoroughly enjoyed listening to your latest podcast. As a new SLP with very little experience working with individuals who may require different pronouns, I thought this information was very helpful. Especially when you provided the example for how it may look when collecting the Case History. Looking forward to the next one!