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Growing and Giving with Pamela Jackson Rowe

May 10, 2021

Mentors show you the way when you’re doing something you’ve never done before, and they help you achieve success better and faster than they did. They save you so much time, money, and frustration. Don’t you agree?In this episode, I am joined by Pamela Jackson Rowe, and we are discussing how she became a speech-language pathologist and a business owner as well as what mentorship has meant to her, and why she’s also so committed to being a mentor herself.Pamela Rowe, MA, CCC-SLP is the Clin […]

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From Burned Out to Fired Up with Sarina Murrell

May 3, 2021

Does making a difference in your own life and the life of others fire you up?In this episode, Sarina Murrell is talking to us all about how she decided to relight her own fire after experiencing burnout by starting her own private practice!Sarina Murrell is more than a speech-language pathologist. She is a parent coach, an educator, a conference presenter, and now – a private practice owner.  Sarina has been in education for over 12 years and in speech for about 10 years, and she has taught […]

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Why I Created The Start Your Private Practice System + Meet Four Successful Students

April 25, 2021

Imagine if you could follow a step-by-step program to help you go from overworked and overwhelmed to treating ideal clients, working for yourself on your own time, and making the money that you deserve as a masters-level clinician.Doesn’t that sound amazing?! That is what the Start Your Private Practice program is for!In this episode, I am sharing why I created the Start Your Private Practice program. You are also hearing from some of my students who are all SLPs in various settings that were […]

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Real Talk About Private Practice with Danni Augustine

April 18, 2021

Are you ready to hear a no-nonsense, straightforward story about starting a private practice?In this episode, Danni Augustine is describing the steps that she took to get her private practice off of the ground and her motivations for doing so through a keep-it-simple approach.Danni has been an SLP for 5 years. After working in a variety of settings, she found her love for dyslexia intervention, myofunctional therapy, feeding and all things birth-3. Not only has diving into these areas helped her […]

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Building a Sustainable Life Through Private Practice with Mary Burns

April 12, 2021

Do you struggle with burnout, imposter syndrome or feeling like you’re not able to do your best work?Mary Burns is joining me in this episode to talk about how she designed a private practice that has helped her move past those feelings and into a more sustainable lifestyle. She is also giving her advice on how you can do the same.Mary Burns is a speech-language pathologist and board-certified patient advocate. She has worked as an SLP since 2014 and is fiercely passionate about person-centere […]

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Building a Private Practice and Safe Space for LGBTQ+ Clients and Families: Emily’s Story

April 5, 2021

It is so important for us as professionals to create a safe space for ourselves and for our patients. Don’t you agree?Private practice allows us to do that.I am talking all about this with Emily McCullough from Parade Pediatric Speech Therapy which is a practice that is committed to providing a safe space for all kids and families on their communication journey.Emily has more than 10 years of experience helping children and teens gain the communication skills they need to connect and interact […]

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Why SLPs Choose Private Practice (Hint: It’s Not What You Think)

March 29, 2021

I used to think that SLPs went into private practice because they were greedy and all about the money. I was so wrong, but does that ring true for you too?I realized quickly that’s not the case, and that is what we are talking about in this episode along with the shame and stigma around private practice being all about money.I am getting into the real reasons why SLPs choose private practice as their path!In Today’s Episode, We Discuss:The shame and stigma around private practice being al […]

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Building a Successful Private Practice During the Pandemic: Calonda’s Story

March 22, 2021

Are you ready to hear a story about taking a leap of faith into private practice?A lot of people probably think that starting a private practice during a pandemic isn’t a good idea, but that is the opposite of how this story goes.I am talking all about this in today’s episode with Calonda Henry from Broad Horizons Speech Therapy.Calonda is the owner of Broad Horizons Speech Therapy, a certified Woman and Minority owned practice in the state of Florida. She specializes in early childhood lang […]

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Marketing Secrets for Private Practitioners

March 15, 2021

Why do some private practitioners seem to get clients effortlessly while others struggle?It’s simple. If people don’t know about you, they can’t hire you.In today’s episode, I am talking all about marketing and why marketing is hard for most SLPs, but most importantly, what you can do about it.If you spend a little bit of money, you have potential to actually make a whole lot more, so I am providing you with some strategies and helping you with your marketing confidence in this episode.I […]

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How Her Private Pay Practice Allows Tera Sumpter To Focus on Client Care and Employee Development

March 8, 2021

Are you interested in learning more about private pay only private practices?I get emails all the time from people who want to know if private pay only private practices are sustainable.I am talking all about this in today’s episode with Tera Sumpter from Seeds of Learning.​Tera Sumpter, M.A., CCC-SLP is the founder and Speech-Language Pathologist at Seeds of Learning, LLC where she specializes in executive functioning, literacy development, and other learning disabilities.  She is the […]

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