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It’s vitally important to laugh! It’s good for our health and happiness. Let’s face it, we all love to laugh! Sometimes funny things just happen in therapy. But, you might consider (if you haven’t already) a more direct approach. Use “jokes!” Use them as a weekly ritual, or as an all-out activity in your therapy.
Today’s Therapy Matters is a little different. We’ll get back to therapy next week, but first, I’d like to share with you that…
I just finished my last BER seminar and I’m headed home on the plane writing to you. After ten years,
Do you want to know how to lift and move for a good /s/? Here’s the answer: Contract the mid-tongue. Mid-tongue contraction (a tongue bowl) lifts the front-tongue.
Greetings Fellow SLP!
Valentine’s Day is next week! If you do therapy themes that coordinate with holidays, but you are limited in time to pull them together, I have a suggestion for you.
The key to generating a good /r/ is to first address all the /r/ production components: The Placement, the Lingual Tension, and the Resonance Chamber (See R-Therapy Parts 1 and 2).
Do you do a Back-up /r/ or a Retroflex /r/ in your own speech?
The easiest way to figure it out is to observe your front-tongue. Grab a mirror if you have one handy, or, just close your eyes; think, feel, and
Greetings Fellow R-Therapist!
If you work with children who have a distorted /r/, the following may be the most valuable and critically important strategy you’ll ever use. To know where we're going...
Did you know that the making of New Year’s resolutions began 2,000+ years ago? Although it’s trendy not to do them, they have stood the test of time...