Hey, Hey, Hey SLPs. This week we’re going to be talking about three myths of push in therapy. So you might be in one of three camps, you might be thinking what in the world is push-in therapy, or everyone keeps talking about this push- in therapy, but I have no idea what it is. You might also be in the camp where push-in is not my style. Or you might be in the third camp where you know about push-in therapy. You love doing push- in therapy for your caseload and you wish everybody was on board with push-in therapy. So, wherever you’re at, I’m going to do a little mythbusting here today to talk about how to think about push-in therapy and approach it for your caseload.  


in this episode: 

You’ll hear

  • Myth #1 – pull out therapy is bad
  • Myth #2 – I do push-in therapy. I go in during a rotation and do a lesson
  • Myth #3 – there isn’t enough opportunities to make it effective

Blog Posts Mentioned

Blog Posts Mentioned about Collaborative Services and Push-In Therapy: Collaborative Services Can Support Your Students How to Set Up Your Push-In Services

Speech Retreat Session Topic: Push-In Therapy for Moderate-Severe Classrooms


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