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Handling the Corona Virus Depression with the PTSDSLP and Managing Burn-Out with Angie Merced
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Handling the Corona Virus Depression with the PTSDSLP and Managing Burn-Out with Angie Merced

Rachel Archambault, the PTSDSLP, joins Matt, Michael, and Michelle to talk about the three S’s during the Covid-19 breakout and lockdown.  The group talks about the current Status of their states, how they are handling the Stress of this situation, and then how are they going to provide Service.   Michael makes the shift this week from in person to telepractice.  Rachel is waiting to find-out which way Florida schools are going.  Michelle is attempting to figure out what her therapy will look like.  Matt is in Ohio where schools are closed till April 6th but he is still considered an essential employee for home care visits.  The Informed SLP join the show this week to talk about Alternating Motion Rates.  Angie Merced stops by the show to talk about burnout and what you can do to avoid it. After the episode, a quick outtake roll from this episode.    

 

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SSPOD Shoutout:   Autumn Bryant from Expand your scope.  Find her online at https://www.facebook.com/expandyourscope/

 

SSPOD Due Process:  Do you have a complaint or need to vent, then you want to participate in the #SSPODDUEPROCESS.  Hit up the show and let us know your due Process    

 

Interview: Angie is a Certified Life Coach and School-Based SLP.  She lives with her husband and two little girls in the Rochester NY area. Her passion is to rescue SLPs who are feeling overwhelmed, overworked and trapped in a career they're "supposed" to love. She shows her clients how to reclaim their energy, create more time and generate resources.  Her mission is to help whip-smart SLPs do less, be more, and thrive with joy in the one life they have. 

 

The Informed SLP: AMR 2.0: Take a deep breath and say “buh-buh-buh” as quickly as you can, as long as you can, until you run out of breath. Alternating Motion Rates (AMRs) have been a staple in clinical evaluations of motor speech performance for decades; they are easy to use and can tell us a lot about the neuromuscular integrity of persons with suspected motor speech disorders.

  

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Credits

Intro Music: Please Listen Carefully by Jahzzar is licensed under a Attribution-ShareAlike License.

Bump Music: County Fair Rock, copyright of John Deku, at soundcloud.com/dirtdogmusic

The Informed SLP: At The Count by Broke For Free is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License

Closing Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.

 

 

Show Links

 

The Informed SLP: AMR 2.0

https://www.theinformedslpmembers.com/reviews-adults/amr-20

https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fneur.2019.01288/full

 

PTSD-SLP

https://www.facebook.com/groups/399244554044299/

 

The SLP Burnout Coach

https://slpburnoutcoach.com/

 

 

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