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(#7) Speaking Tongues are Actively Braced

by Charlotte Boshart | 20 February, 2018 |

PROOF: “Results indicate that tongue bracing [lateral margin stabilization] is both pervasive and active in running speech and essential in understanding tongue movement control.”

(#6) A Remarkable Method to Lift the Front-Tongue (for ALL Front-Tongue Sounds)

by Charlotte Boshart | 14 February, 2018 |

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. 

(#5) Valentine's Day is on its Way!

by Charlotte Boshart | 07 February, 2018 |

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. 


(#4) Hot Tips for Successful "R" Therapy (part 3)

by Charlotte Boshart | 03 February, 2018 |

Greetings R-Therapist!

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).

(#3) Hot Tips for Successful "R" Therapy (part 2)

by Charlotte Boshart | 26 January, 2018 |

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 

(#2) Hot Tips for Successful "R" Therapy (Part 1)

by Charlotte Boshart | 17 January, 2018 |

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...


(#1) Happy New Year!

by Charlotte Boshart | 17 January, 2018 |

Welcome SLP Colleague to the First Official Therapy Matters!

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... 

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