5 Tips to Manage Stress as a CSD Student

Our brains are capable of amazing things. They can heal themselves; takeover for body parts that have stopped working; and generate every move, thought and breath we take. Our brains help us absorb all of the knowledge we need to become audiology and speech-language pathology professionals; and allow us to share that knowledge with our clients, patients, and peers. Our brains also protect us from…

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Therapy Abroad—My International Education in Speech-Language Pathology

To me, learning about speech-language pathology in other countries and cultures is important because awareness and education about places different than our own will make us better clinicians for all clients—those from different cultures and those who identify with the dominant culture. As an undergraduate at Ithaca College, I was disappointed to find that there wasn’t a study abroad program that allowed me to expand…

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Back to Where It Started—Completing My CF Where I Received Childhood SLP Services

Most people don’t remember what it was like to be two- or three-years-old. But I do. I remember being terribly shy. I’d hide behind my mom’s leg at the mere “hello” from a stranger. She said I didn’t say much back then, but I cried A LOT. It got to be so much that I was referred to the Tresco TOTS Early Intervention program, a…

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Nab That Student Leadership Opportunity—We Need You!

Leadership skills aren’t simply inherited. Just like your clinical skills, they have to be practiced and honed. And the best way to do that is by putting yourself out there and nabbing opportunities that are presented to you! National NSSLHA currently has five Executive Council, two Regional Council, and 100+ Student State Officer positions available—just for you! These positions will give you unparalleled opportunities to…

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