Month: October 2014

  • When the Flame Starts to Flicker

    Kim Lewis recently invited me to post a piece on burnout on her excellent website for speech-language pathologists, I’m sharing it with you now. No matter what your working day looks like, this information can help you make it brighter.  At every ASHA (American Speech-Language Hearing Association) convention I’ve attended, and I’ve been to […]

  • Stepping Outside the Comfort Zone

    The first time I did a modified barium swallow evaluation as a newly minted speech-language pathologist, I was so nervous that I didn’t sleep the night before. I walked from the parking lot into Radiology, hands shaking and mentally going through the morning’s checklist for the umpteenth time. I took a deep breath and greeted […]