Listening to podcasts can be a great way to stay informed, get inspired, or learn something new. There are a lot of great podcasts out there for occupational therapists, physical therapists, and speech-language pathologists.
Pediatric therapy podcasts, on the other hand, can be harder to find. But we’re here to help!
If you’re looking for shows that will help you stay at the top of your game, check out these five great podcasts for pediatric therapists.
If you want to start your own clinic…
Kyle Meades is an SLP, but the Speech Therapy Private Practice Startup Podcast contains valuable information for therapists of any discipline who are trying to start their own clinics.
Check out Kyle’s podcast if you’re interested in starting or growing a pediatric therap practice.
If you’re feeling burnt out…
Early in Erika del Pozo’s career she suffered breakdown. She felt “hopeless, helpless, and exhausted.” She later realized that the emotions she was going through were the result of burn out.
Fortunately, she was able to turn things around. Now she works to help other healthcare professionals prevent and recover from burnout through the Burnt Out to Lit Up Podcast.
If you want to learn more about child development…
Milestones is a child development podcast hosted by Allison Carter that covers sensory processing, general child development topics, and issues affecting children with special needs.
If you want to improve carry-over…
In Haden Boliek’s podcast, the Working Therapist, Haden talks about “tools and strategies to help therapists and parents to develop and carry over therapy principles to the home.”
Check out the Working Therapist if you’re trying to create a more effective HEP.
If you’re interested in learning about play therapy…
The Play Therapy Institute of Colorado’s Lessons From the Playroom Podcast is a series “designed to help therapists understand the little lessons that kids teach us that make a big difference in the play therapy process.”
Check out Lessons from the Playroom to learn “practical ways to transform both you and the child clients you work with.”