SLP Podcast Ep 43 – What I Wish I Knew Starting My Clinical Fellowship – Allison Larson MS, CCC-SLP & Iris Snow MS, CCC-SLP
On this episode, we welcomed not one but two special guests—Allison Larson MS, CCC-SLP, and Iris Snow MS, CCC-SLP—to discuss the things they wish they knew when starting their Clinical Fellowships. Reflecting on theirs and Jennifer’s CF experiences, Allison and Iris offer wisdom for future CFs about trying different settings, self-advocacy, cultivating relationships, and more.
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- 0:00 An overview of the podcast rebranding
- 5:49 Introduction to guests Alison Larson & Iris Snow
- 10:37 What I wish I knew about trying different settings
- 17:09 What I wish I knew about supervision
- 22:31 What I wish I knew about self-advocacy
- 26:28 What I wish I knew about creating a budget (and sticking to it)
- 29:31 What I wish I knew about different pay structures
- 35:12 What I wish I knew about cultivating relationships
About Allison Larson MS, CCC-SLP & Iris Snow MS, CCC-SLP
Allison has worked in public schools, private clinics, and a skilled nursing facility. Her passion is working with adolescents and young adults and helping them transition to the workforce and adult life. She has worked in a high school setting for 15 years and a post-secondary setting for six years.
Iris is a bilingual SLP who has worked in Acute Care, a Children’s Hospital, a Level 1 Trauma Hospital, Early Intervention, and currently works at a world-renowned Rehabilitation Hospital that specializes in traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injuries.
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Producer – Jonathan Cary
Assistant Producer – Katie Schrauben
Show Notes – Sam MacKay
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