- Her eye-opening experiences that led her to take confidence in her therapeutic approach
- How family support compelled her to expand her practice
- Her advice on taking advantage of one’s location including collaboration with other providers
- Her perspective on specializing to maximize client outcomes
- Jena’s sage advice based on mentoring many new SLPs starting out
Guest: Rosemarie Ott, SLP
Rosemarie (Rosey) Ott, MA, CCC-SLP is an experienced speech language pathologist whose passion for play based therapy fuels her successful private practice in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens. After graduating from Queens College with her masters in speech-language pathology, Rosey worked with children in District 75 (of the New York City Department of Education,) private clinics and the Early Intervention Program.
Although she has experience working with children of all ages, Rosey specializes in facilitating language comprehension and production, play, and oral motor planning in young children ages 0-5. Her dedication to her clients and their families are bolstered by her contribution to clinical research and remaining up-to-date in research-based methodologies.
Host: Jena Castro-Casbon, MS CCC-SLP
Jena H. Castro-Casbon, MS, CCC-SLP, is a private-practice consultant who has helped thousands of speech-language pathologists start and grow their own private practices through her company, The Independent Clinician. She has written articles for The ASHA Leader and Presented at ASHA Connect (2017).
Jena lives in Boston, MA and is a wife and mama to two young boys.
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