Mirror Neuron: The Science of Sight in Speech

"Look at me." "Watch my mouth." "Eyes, please."   How many times a day do you say this? Is it one or two million? It's a large number to be sure, but let's talk about the science behind why. The why is SO important in our field- both to us, and to our families. The why is what keeps [...]

Building Confidence in Your Communicator

photo credit: Ben White via unsplash.com Sometimes we get a little human who is painfully shy or perhaps just flat out unwilling to speak. I am not talking about a language disorder. I am talking about those kids who have something to say, but are not saying it for whatever reason. I particularly run into this with my [...]

Parent Roadmap to Therapy : Keeping Families in the Loop

Photo By: Sylwia Bartyzel via unsplash.com Think back to (insert number here) years ago when you were a young therapist. Now take it back to your CFY... and then grad school.. and then undergrad... and then back to a day before you knew anything about cueing hierarchies, Brown's stages, or the alveolar ridge. That is where most [...]