You will get there!
Whatever it is that you want out of your career, you will get it.
We have been working with SLPs long enough to know that you are committed, passionate, and driven.
But the question is: How long are you willing to wait?
And, what if you could make it happen this year? Think about all the time and heartache you would save.
For over the past twenty years, we have learned to provide incredible, fast therapy, write quick effective reports, lead teams, publish books, present internationally, run successful businesses, launch products…
Whatever your dreams are, our experience can help you bring them to fruition.
The SLP Impact Platinum Membership has all the benefits of SLPImpact plus four coaching sessions to help you hone your skills on really achievable goals. Here are ways our experience can help you:
- Providing incredible therapy at a fraction of the time spent
- Writing fast, accurate reports
- Increasing your ability with a specific disorder such as VPI/cleft palate
- Mentoring students
- Mentoring CFs
- Serving your team well as a speech lead or clinic lead
- Running a business
- Running a clinic
- Marketing yourself to pick up extra work such as evaluations, teletherapy, and PRN work
- Writing books
- Creating a blog
- Bringing product ideas to fruition
- To your staff
- Improving your slides and presentation style
- Submitting to a conference
- National and international presentations
So my questions to you are:
What excites you?
What do you dislike about your job and want to reduce your time doing?
What do you want to be more effective at?
What do you want to do more of or learn about?
What does the process look like?
Sign up for the Platinum Membership. You will receive a short survey to tell us about your goals or anything you want to accomplish. Then, we will reach out for a phone call to get you started and plan your consultation sessions.
Consultation sessions will be scheduled with our team member that has the most experience in the skill set you want to build. They will be scheduled based on the time needed. For example, members who wanted to learn to present got help with conference submissions and then the majority of the time was spent practicing and rehearsing leading up to the convention. Members who were interested in building their school evaluation skills met frequently in the spring when their evaluations were due.
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