Oct 9, 2023

This is the first time we’ve had an anonymous guest in the confessional, who we will call “Molly.” Molly shares her experience in grad school, which was not all sunshine and rainbows. Speech-language pathology graduate programs are often rigorous, stressful, and can be down-right difficult. While in graduate school, it is vital for students to stay true to and advocate for themselves while knowing their limits. Balance between personal life and school life is a must, even when program staff push for school life to outweigh personal life and appropriate supports are not available or given to under/graduate students.


ASHA mental health resources: ⁠https://www.asha.org/practice/connecting-audiologists-and-speech-language-pathologists-with-mental-health-resources/⁠

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