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May 21, 2024
Angélica Bernabé is a speech-language pathologist, psychologist, researcher, and person who stutters.
May 14, 2024
Ben Goldstein, M.A., CCC-SLP, a school-based and private practice SLP and person who stutters, shares his story to continue our, 'SLPs Who Stutter' series in honor of National Stuttering Awareness Week.
May 7, 2024
Mandy Rodstrom, a 19-year school-based SLP and person who stutters, kicks off our new series, 'SLPs Who Stutter' in honor of National Stuttering Awareness Week and shares her story.
April 9, 2024
Season 6: Episode 7: We all hit a wall sometimes as clinicians, don't we? Daniel Shaw, M.S., CCC-SLP, joins host Sara MacIntyre, M.A., CCC-SLP, to brainstorm ideas for when we feel stuck as clinicians. They emphasize the importance of acknowledging and normalizing navigating clinician problem-solving moments, even among seasoned clinicians! They share ideas and resources that have helped them regroup or change course to meet their clients' needs. Daniel and Sara take an intentionally informal, conversational approach in this episode, bringing listeners into what would be a very typical 'phone a friend' clinical problem-solving conversation they have together as colleagues and collaborators. They share clinical examples and favorite resources back and forth, acknowledge their own areas of continued growth, and hopefully normalize the problem-solving and troubleshooting process for all clinicians!
March 12, 2024
Rupert Johnson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Associate Professor at Nazareth University in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program, joins host Sara MacIntyre, M.A., CCC-SLP, to discuss his experiences personally and professionally with stuttering. Dr. Johnson begins by sharing his story and how giving the valedictorian speech in high school was his catalyst for change. He explores what it's like to be someone who stutters in academia within a CSD program, the many benefits as well as the challenges he faces, and how he supports graduate students through their educational and clinical learning journeys to be better equipped to work with those who stutter in a comprehensive and person-centered manner upon graduation. Rupert further discusses the importance and benefits of cultivating community, honoring and making space for intersectionality and one's multiple identities, and more on an affinity group he helped form for CSD students who identify as people of color, 'Speech-language Therapy and Audiology Minority Program (STAMP).’
February 13, 2024
Season 6: Episode 5: Join us on a reflective journey with Dr. David Luterman, Ed.D., CCC-SLP, professor emeritus at Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts. In this episode, hosted by Sara MacIntyre, M.A., CCC-SLP, Dr. Luterman delves into his remarkable 60-year clinical teaching career. Starting with his own educational journey, he shares profound lessons and euphemisms that have significantly influenced his teaching philosophy. Discover the evolution of Dr. Luterman's teaching framework as he discusses his immersive approach to empowering students in the field of speech-language pathology and audiology to develop counseling skills in a way that empowers them to take control of their own learning, mitigates against the development of self-consciousness, and prioritizes non-judgmental, active listening. In the concluding moments, Dr. Luterman reflects on the legacy he aspires to leave in our field and the impact he hopes to be remembered for. This conversation will leave you reflecting on your own teaching styles, educational journeys, and (hopeful) legacy in a wonderful way.