About the Host
Evidence-based research is what drives me to become a better SLP.
Over the years, I have discovered that finding high-quality research, dissecting it, and figuring out what to take back to the clinic takes a lot of time, patience, and stamina for the busy SLP. I spend a lot of my free time delving into online journals with my cup of coffee, in search for the latest and greatest research on SLP topics that befuddle me in the clinic.
There's a popular saying in the writing world: write the book you want to read. Well, this is the podcast I want to hear and I hope you will find it just as interesting and useful, too.
Wake Technical Community College (2015-2018)-
35 credit hours of Pre-Medicine Coursework
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2013) -
M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology
University of Akron (2007)-
M.S. in Secondary Education
University of Akron (2005)-
B.A. in English Literature and Composition
Published author, course instructor, clinical supervisor, and SLP with clinical work experience in the SNF, ALF, LTC, and outpatient adult medical settings.
MY OTHER WORK
About the Music
The catchy intro music on The SLP-Minded Podcast was written by Justin Berry, M.A., CCC-SLP. Justin is not only a patient-centered speech-language pathologist, he is also a talented musician and woodwind instrument instructor. Learn more about Justin and his music studio by visiting his website. Thank you for providing the music and being a part of this podcast, Justin!