Refining the Art of Small Talk

Refining the Art of Small Talk

Small talk is used to fill the uncomfortable and even unbearable silence we feel amidst others. We may not delight in it but most of us tolerate engaging in small talk as a part of socializing, mostly with strangers or acquaintances. One of our Speech Language Pathologists gives advice on how to become better at small talk.

What Makes “R” So Difficult, and How Can I Change It?

What Makes “R” So Difficult, and How Can I Change It?

There are many sounds in English, but people often have trouble with R. What makes this sound harder for some people to pronounce, even into adulthood?

Combat the Fear of Public Speaking

Combat the Fear of Public Speaking

One most common fear is public speaking. Learn how speech language pathologists approach this anxiety from a variety of angles to combat this fear, so that clients are able to deliver meaningful and connected presentations.

How to Keep It Simple and Concise

How to Keep It Simple and Concise

Sometimes we find that we say too much by using too many words. Here is a great way to be concise and keep it simple.