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Episode 259:  Ask Me Anything with Hallie Bulkin, MA CCC-SLP, CMT®, COM

This week, Hallie answers various questions related to the challenges faced by speech-language pathologists (SLPs) in supporting each other. 

Listen in as she explores the reasons behind the lack of support, including competition, imposter syndrome, and work environments. Hallie emphasizes the importance of collaboration and uplifting one another in the relatively small field of SLPs. 

She also addresses questions about the role of lactation in supporting babies with solid foods, who can diagnose tongue ties, and the relationship between oral motor skills and speech articulation.

This is an exciting episode you don’t wanna miss!

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In this episode, you’ll hear:

  • Why do SLPs have a hard time supporting each other?
  • The impact of work environments and culture on supporting each other
  • Supporting each other in a small field
  • Dealing with negativity and misinformation
  • The role of lactation in supporting babies with solid foods
  • Working across state lines as a dental hygienist
  • The relationship between oral motor skills and speech articulation


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