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Meet Deb and Maria. Two NYC Speech Pathologists giving practical speech therapy tips and tricks while enjoying wine and cheese.
8/17/2020

Ep 99: Carryover & Generalization ft. Quintina Briscoe

Season 6
Maria created her own cocktail which contained: vodka, honey, seltzer and fresh rosemary. She definitely voted "drink it".The happy news article (and great to target /s/ and /z/) about the turtles can be found here:https://www.optimistdaily.com/2020/08/volunteers-release-more-than-10000-baby-turtles-into-sea-off-bali/This episode is brought to you by Speech Sounds Visualized. An app that lets your clients seespeechin action! It is the only app in the world that uses x-ray videos along with 3D animation to show howspeechsoundsare formed. It is packed with loads of features to accelerate learning! Available in the App Store and Google Play Store. Our listeners can be entered for a chance to win a FREE subscription to Speech Sounds Visualized: https://www.speechsoundsvisualized.org/slpwineandcheeseThis episode is brought to you by Bjorem Speech Publications was founded by Jennie Bjorem, M.A., CCC-SLP in 2017 with her flagship product Bjorem Speech Sound Cues.We are excited to be publishing up-to-date, fun, child-inspired speech and language products created for therapists, by therapists.https://www.bjoremspeech.comDeb interviewed QuintinaBriscoe, M.S., CCC-SLP, founder and CEO of thePediatric Speech Lab.She has a brand newPediatric Speech Lab appfor kids with speech and language delays. This app was originally created for parents so that they could have access to resources beyond a session at her clinic. It now serves as a tool for parents, teachers and other speech language pathologists.The Pediatric Speech Lab is a speech and hearing clinic ran out ofQuintina’s home to provide both in-person and tele-therapeutic services to children.Their mission is to reach all of its clients who struggle with language, fluency, comprehension and voice disorders, who are in rural areas and clients who are not reachable due to the shortage of individuals in the field of Speech Pathology.
8/6/2020

Ep 98: Anxiety Coaching & Singing

Season 6
Deb drank a red blend California wine from Bright Cellars and paired it with feta. They talked about propagating plants and using eggshells, wine, coffee grounds to help your plants grow. Deb and Maria talked about the year 1998. They mentioned the following article: https://www.billboard.com/articles/news/1998-week/8458405/98-things-that-happened-in-1998-listThis episode is brought to you by Speech Sounds Visualized. An app that lets your clients seespeechin action! It is the only app in the world that uses x-ray videos along with 3D animation to show howspeechsoundsare formed. It is packed with loads of features to accelerate learning! Available in the App Store and Google Play Store. Our listeners can be entered for a chance to win a FREE subscription to Speech Sounds Visualized: https://www.speechsoundsvisualized.org/slpwineandcheeseThis episode is brought to you by Bjorem Speech Publications was founded by Jennie Bjorem, M.A., CCC-SLP in 2017 with her flagship product Bjorem Speech Sound Cues.We are excited to be publishing up-to-date, fun, child-inspired speech and language products created for therapists, by therapists.https://www.bjoremspeech.comOur guest was: Ingela Onstad is a classical soprano, voice teacher, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and mindset coach for performers. Her coaching business, Courageous Artistry, supports performing artists in their quest to perform at the top of their abilities. She specializes in helping performers address fears that affect not only their careers, but also their well-being. She has thousands of hours of clinical experience as a therapist and sees clients with a broad range of ages and issues. Ms. Onstad has presented on the topic of performance anxiety at institutions across the United States. In addition, Ms. Onstad is a soprano who has enjoyed a varied internationalcareer in opera, concert work, and contemporary music. Operatic highlights include performances throughout Germany, Canada, and the United States. She continues to maintain an active performing career. Find out more about Ingela at www.courageousartistry.com.
7/29/2020

Ep 97: You Me & Speech Part 2

Season 6
In this episode Maria drank House Wine https://originalhousewine.com/wines/ and paired it with Cougar Cold Cheese from WSU Creamery. https://creamery.wsu.edu/cougar-cheese/This episode is brought to you by Speech Sounds Visualized. An app that lets your clients seespeechin action! It is the only app in the world that uses x-ray videos along with 3D animation to show howspeechsoundsare formed. It is packed with loads of features to accelerate learning! Available in the App Store and Google Play Store. Our listeners can be entered for a chance to win a FREE subscription to Speech Sounds Visualized: https://www.speechsoundsvisualized.org/slpwineandcheeseThis episode is brought to you by Bjorem Speech Publications was founded by Jennie Bjorem, M.A., CCC-SLP in 2017 with her flagship product Bjorem Speech Sound Cues.We are excited to be publishing up-to-date, fun, child-inspired speech and language products created for therapists, by therapists.https://www.bjoremspeech.comDeb interviewed Thaashida Hutton. Thaashida has been a speech-language pathologist for over 15 years. She obtained her Bachelor's of Arts degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and Master's of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Teachers College, Columbia University. She completed my CF in a specialized Austin school in Neptune, NJ. After 2 years she had the opportunity to work for Super Duper Publications as a published author, editor, and research developer. From then she went on to pursue working with the Early Intervention population. Over the years, she also had the opportunity to work in charter schools, home care, private practice clinics and most recently preschools. Thaashida likes to dabble in many things such as taking on private clients from time to time as well as working full-time in a specialized preschool for children with Autism. She absolutely loves being an SLP. You can find Thaashida on Instagram@youmeandspeech or email atyoumeandspeech@gmail.com
7/23/2020

Ep 96: You Me & Speech Part 1

Season 6
In this episode Maria drank Rosè Kombucha tea and paired it with Cougar Cold Cheese from WSU Creamery. https://creamery.wsu.edu/cougar-cheese/Maria talked about the new moon in Cancer. Here is an interesting article: https://www.elitedaily.com/p/the-july-2020-new-moon-is-about-accepting-yourself-for-who-you-are-29184103This episode is brought to you by Speech Sounds Visualized. An app that lets your clients seespeechin action! It is the only app in the world that uses x-ray videos along with 3D animation to show howspeechsoundsare formed. It is packed with loads of features to accelerate learning! Available in the App Store and Google Play Store. Our listeners can be entered for a chance to win a FREE subscription to Speech Sounds Visualized: https://www.speechsoundsvisualized.org/slpwineandcheeseThis episode is brought to you by Bjorem Speech Publications was founded by Jennie Bjorem, M.A., CCC-SLP in 2017 with her flagship product Bjorem Speech Sound Cues.We are excited to be publishing up-to-date, fun, child-inspired speech and language products created for therapists, by therapists.https://www.bjoremspeech.comDeb interviewed Thaashida Hutton. Thaashida has been a speech-language pathologist for over 15 years. She obtained her Bachelor's of Arts degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and Master's of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Teachers College, Columbia University. She completed my CF in a specialized Austin school in Neptune, NJ. After 2 years she had the opportunity to work for Super Duper Publications as a published author, editor, and research developer. From then she went on to pursue working with the Early Intervention population. Over the years, she also had the opportunity to work in charter schools, home care, private practice clinics and most recently preschools. Thaashida likes to dabble in many things such as taking on private clients from time to time as well as working full-time in a specialized preschool for children with Autism. She absolutely loves being an SLP. You can find Thaashida on Instagram@youmeandspeech or email atyoumeandspeech@gmail.com
7/15/2020

Ep 95: Making an app in 5 steps

Season 6
Deb and Maria began the session with going over SLP Wins instead of wine. Maria shared how her student attempted to say her name for the first time. Deb shared an incidental SLP win by having extra time to evaluate her new clients.This episode is brought to you by Speech Sounds Visualized. An app that lets your clients seespeechin action! It is the only app in the world that uses x-ray videos along with 3D animation to show howspeechsoundsare formed. It is packed with loads of features to accelerate learning! Available in the App Store and Google Play Store. Our listeners can be entered for a chance to win a FREE subscription to Speech Sounds Visualized: https://www.speechsoundsvisualized.org/slpwineandcheeseThis episode is brought to you by Bjorem Speech Publications was founded by Jennie Bjorem, M.A., CCC-SLP in 2017 with her flagship product Bjorem Speech Sound Cues.We are excited to be publishing up-to-date, fun, child-inspired speech and language products created for therapists, by therapists.https://www.bjoremspeech.comMaria then interviewed Keri Jones, Becky Highfill and Carrie Coen from Pullman Regional Hospital. Together they drank wine and ate cheese. Maria ate an aged white cheddar called Cougar Gold. It can be found here: https://creamery.wsu.edu/cougar-cheese/flavors/Keri, Becky and Carrie drank wine from Merry Cellars Wine which can be found: http://merrycellars.comKeri, Becky and Carrie talked 5 ways to create an app. They created the Speech Sounds Visualized app. They broke down the steps:1- Research and recommended listeners to read "What do you do with an idea?" https://www.amazon.com/What-Do-You-Idea/dp/1938298071 2- doing your homework about your customer. What do they want? 3- checking out graphic designers using Upwork, https://www.upwork.com 4- being flexible5- being open to new opportunities, such as being on a podcast! :)
6/25/2020

Ep 94: Gender Affirmation Voice Ft. Kristie Knickerbocker

Season 6
Deb and Maria began the episode with Maria drinking House Wine Limited Edition Rosè Bubbles, which can be purchased here: https://originalhousewine.com/wine/limited-edition-rainbow-rose-bubbles-375-ml-can/Deb and Maria talked about an ASHA course titled Transgender Voice and Beyond: Voice and Communication Training for Gender Expression. Course can be found here: https://apps.asha.org/eWeb/OLSDynamicPage.aspx?title=Transgender+Voice+and+Beyond%3a+Voice+and+Communication+Training+for+Gender+Expression&webcode=olsdetails'Gender affirmation' refers to an interpersonal, interactive process whereby a person receives social recognition and support for their gender identity and expression (Bockting, Knudson, & Goldberg, 2006; Melendez & Pinto, 2007; Nuttbrock, Bockting, et al., 2009).Thank you to our sponsors: Bjorem Speech Publications & The Sensory Studio: Bjorem Speech Publications was founded by Jennie Bjorem, M.A., CCC-SLP in 2017 with her flagship product Bjorem Speech Sound Cues.We are excited to be publishing up-to-date, fun, child-inspired speech and language products created for therapists, by therapists.https://www.bjoremspeech.com-This episode is also brought to you by the Sensory Studio. They are now offering teletherapy to all NYers. Please email them atinfo@thesensorystudio.comor call (718) 979-5678 to reach their parent coordinator.Check out their website at:https://thesensorystudio.com/category/speech-therapy/Special thank you to our guest Kristie Knickerbocker! Kristie Knickerbocker, MS, CCC-SLP, is a speech-language pathologist and singing voice specialist in Fort Worth, Texas. She rehabilitates voice and swallowing at her private practice, a tempo Voice Center, and lectures on voice science nationally. She is part of the Professional Development Committee for ASHA Special Interest Group 3, Voice and Upper Airway Disorders, and a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing and the Pan-American Vocology Association. Knickerbocker blogs on her website atwww.atempovoicecenter.com. She has developed a line of kid and adult-friendly therapy materials specifically for voice on TPT or her website. Follow her on Pinterest, on Twitter and Instagram or like her on Facebook.Research study mentioned in the interview with Kristie: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Travis_Benson/publication/323744253_Effectiveness_of_testosterone_therapy_for_masculinizing_voice_in_transgender_patients_A_meta-analytic_review/links/5ebea67192851c11a86876c2/Effectiveness-of-testosterone-therapy-for-masculinizing-voice-in-transgender-patients-A-meta-analytic-review.pdfThe Transgender Voice Questionnaire (TVQ) mentioned: http://www.shelaghdavies.com/questionnaire/TVQ_Questionnaire.pdfVocal Function Exercises: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5429c0dfe4b041fc9d87d529/t/54b498bbe4b02b8a0e42cd9a/1421121723771/Vocal+Function+Exercises.pdf