Have you been struggling with SLP graduate school?

Not sure where to even start when it comes to classes, assignments, test taking, clinic and externships?

The combination of different responsibilities, sporadic deadlines, and last minute emails from professors and clinical educators instantly overwhelms you?

AND while doing all that trying to keep everything organized, stay motivated and have some sort of social life.

Ask yourself the following questions
  • Have you felt overwhelmed with clinic, school work and family life?
  • Is grad school making you feel like you don't like speech pathology anymore?
  • Have you felt like an Imposter? Like you're not smart enough or not good enough?
  • Is your schedule all over the place with no time for you?
  • Are you unsure what to expect in the next two years and life after grad school?
  • Are you feeling stuck?

If you answered yes to any of these question, this is course is for you.


Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I have to take the course?

The course is completely self-paced. You decide when you start and when you finish it.

How long do I have access to the course?

After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course forever!

Can I only access the course on a desktop?

Nope, you can download the Teachable app and watch on your phone.


"I liked how real the content was. Sam told us things that were not what you would hear from a processor or someone who wanted you to be more "scholarly". Sam told us REAL information. She gave us resources to help with $, because not everyone can go to school without a job. She told us to buy the dang pens. She told us it is okay to not be perfect and you will fall down a lot. I needed that."

"Amazing information given, definitely helped me feel like I am not alone in how stressful grad school is"

"Loved the detail and the rawness about the information shared"

"I loved how real, and just informational this event is. it honestly made me feel like i wasn't alone in this."

I appreciate that we will be receiving a template for organizing due dates. I also found it very helpful to have an example of what a schedule should look like. I never realized having a schedule was so important. I am not a schedule type of person but I am going to do it anyways and hope to see some positive changes!