Tag: speech pathology and professionalism

Speech Pathologists: Open your doors with our Private Practice Clinic Templates Manual

Before I could open my speech pathology clinic, I had to develop a bunch of clinic forms and templates so I was ready for my

Speech pathologists: how to talk about what you do for a living without being “salesy”

“I need a blood test”* Lots of people have never met a speech pathologist. Some have a rough idea of what we do, often along

Turning Pro – Part 3 – 9 final tips to launch and run a professional speech pathology practice

In a world that, increasingly, seems to reward wannabes, amateurs and charlatans, “Turning Pro” in any field of work is hard.  Staying Pro is even

29 tips to Turn Pro and improve your private practice – Part 2

So, having implemented each of the professional private practice habits discussed in Part 1, it’s now time to step it up a gear! So here

29 tips to Turn Pro and improve your private practice – Part 1

To succeed in private practice, we know that we need to be professional.  But what does this actually mean? Ethical?  Of course.  But being ethical