February 2024

Teaming Up to Open a Private Practice Together with Josie Lougee and Jessie Lanford

Teaming Up to Open a Private Practice Together with Josie Lougee and Jessie Lanford

Thinking of starting a private practice with a partner? You’re going to love this episode of Private Practice Success Stories!  I sat down with two students from the Start Your Private Practice program, Jessie Lanford and Josephine Lougee. They are a speech-language pathologist and physical therapist duo with a private practice in Augusta, Georgia. They […]

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Transitioning From the Schools to Private Practice with Kim Jenkins

Transitioning From the Schools to Private Practice with Kim Jenkins

Ready to finally make the transition from schools to private practice?  You’re going to love this episode of Private Practice Success Stories. I sat down with Kim Jenkins, a pediatric speech-language pathologist with a private practice in Atlanta, Georgia. She started her private practice in 2018 after feeling inspired to become her own boss. She

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Marketing Medical Private Practices with Meaghan Arnold

Marketing Medical Private Practices with Meaghan Arnold

Wondering how you can market to medical private practices? In this episode of Private Practice Success Stories, I spoke with Meaghan Arnold, a speech-language pathologist with an adult and geriatric-focused private practice in Tyler, Texas. She began her career working in skilled nursing facilities and home health and quickly realized the need for continued care.

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Words Matter: Language and Trauma-Informed Care with Rachel Archambault

Words Matter: Language and Trauma-Informed Care with Rachel Archambault

In this episode of Private Practice Success Stories, I’m sharing something a little different. I sat down with Rachel Archambault, who is a speech-language pathologist and trauma educator.  She started her Instagram account and consulting practice, The PTSD SLP, after experiencing a traumatic event at work. This experience led Rachel to discover trauma-informed care and

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