The clinical fellowship year (CFY) is an exciting time for post-grad speech-language pathologists, as it gives them an opportunity to apply everything they’ve learned into practice—all while gaining the valuable experience of working under a mentor.
Posted on September 27th, 2023 by ProCare Therapy
Posted on August 16th, 2023 by ProCare Therapy
Speech-language pathologists play an important role in helping others overcome speech and language-related problems. It’s a deeply rewarding career, as you can provide your patients with the tools and skills needed to use their voices with confidence.
Posted on September 20th, 2021 by ProCare Therapy
Students that have trouble at school may benefit from group therapy. It may help students to vent their anxiety and frustrations to peers that can relate to them. Group therapy allows students to obtain support from their peers about issues such as family, solutions for troubled relationships, navigating through the school year, and dealing with stress and anxiety in a supporting manner. Having other students to connect to and relate to may help students with a variety of issues.
Posted on July 10th, 2021 by ProCare Therapy
People are drawn to teach for a variety of reasons, though common among them are: to change the lives of and inspire students and to give back to the community. The education sector encompasses a vast array of different kinds of teachers, encompassing K-12 schools as well as many institutions of higher learning at the college and university setting. In 2018 alone, public schools in the United States employed about 3.2 million full time teachers in the elementary and secondary school setting and taught approximately 56.6 million students. 
Posted on January 4th, 2021 by ProCare Therapy
The teen years are a tough time for many students. Not only are they dealing with social and emotional concerns, but they are also gearing up to become adults and make big decisions for their life. Of course, some teens also have other problems happening in their life. Depression, anxiety, self-injury, abuse, and other factors may be a reality for them. These are challenging topics for an adult to understand, not to mention a teenager. While it may help them to talk to someone, many teens may not be comfortable going to traditional therapy sessions with adults while in school. Teachers and school health professionals can be crucial figures in these students’ lives. They not only deliver academic instruction, but they can also be valuable resources for students to turn to for mental health help and anxiety reduction.