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Speech Pathologist - Clinical Fellow

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Houston, TX, USA

Job Type

Full Time

About the Role

Job Title: Clinical Fellow Speech-Language Pathologist (School Setting)

Job Overview:
We are seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic Clinical Fellow Speech-Language Pathologist (CF-SLP) to join our school-based team. As a CF-SLP, you will work under the supervision of a licensed and experienced Speech-Language Pathologist to gain valuable hands-on experience in assessing, diagnosing, and treating communication disorders in school-age children. This position offers a unique opportunity to develop your clinical skills, collaborate with professionals in a school setting, and make a positive impact on students' lives.



  • Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited program.

  • Completion of clinical practicum hours and coursework required for eligibility for the Clinical Fellowship (CF) in Speech-Language Pathology.

  • Eligibility for CF-SLP certification from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).

  • Strong knowledge of communication disorders, assessment tools, and therapy techniques.

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills for effective collaboration with students, parents, and colleagues.

  • Ability to work under supervision, receive feedback, and implement recommendations.

  • Proficiency in documentation and use of relevant technology/software.

Note: This job description provides a general outline of responsibilities and qualifications for a Clinical Fellow Speech-Language Pathologist in a school setting. The specific duties and requirements may vary based on the school district, grade level, and student population.


  1. Assist in assessments and evaluations:

    • Participate in the evaluation process, including administering standardized tests, conducting observations, and collecting relevant data.

    • Collaborate with the supervising SLP to analyze assessment results and contribute to the development of comprehensive treatment plans.

  2. Provide direct therapy services:

    • Deliver individual and group therapy sessions to students with communication disorders.

    • Implement therapy techniques and activities as guided by the supervising SLP.

    • Monitor student progress, document observations, and adjust treatment strategies as necessary.

  3. Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams:

    • Work closely with teachers, special educators, and other school personnel to support students' communication needs in the academic setting.

    • Attend team meetings and contribute to the development and implementation of Individualized Education Programs (IEPs).

  4. Assist in treatment planning:

    • Contribute to the development of individualized treatment plans based on assessment findings and student goals.

    • Collaborate with the supervising SLP in selecting appropriate therapy strategies and resources.

  5. Maintain accurate records and documentation:

    • Ensure timely and accurate documentation of assessments, progress notes, and treatment plans in compliance with school policies and legal requirements.

    • Maintain confidentiality of student information and adhere to privacy regulations.

  6. Seek professional growth and development:

    • Actively engage in professional development opportunities to enhance clinical skills and stay updated on evidence-based practices.

    • Seek guidance and feedback from the supervising SLP to support your professional growth during the clinical fellowship.

About the Company

Desired Communication provides speech therapy services to improve the quality of life for clients with communication disabilities. Our goal is to empower individuals with communication disabilities, helping them unlock their potential and achieve meaningful progress in their communication skills. Established in Houston, Texas three years ago, Desired Communication is a professional company compromising highly qualified professionals including Certificate of Clinical Competence Speech-Language Pathologists (CCC-SLPs), Clinical-Fellow Speech-Language Pathologists (CF-SLPs), and Speech-Language Pathology Assistants (SLPAs).

Our team of therapists possesses exceptional skills in evaluating and treating clients across various settings, including schools, daycares, clinics, homes, and through telepractice. We understand the unique needs of our clients and strive to provide individualized and effective therapy solutions. At Desired Communication, we believe in the power of collaboration and work closely with families, educators, and other professionals to ensure a comprehensive and holistic approach to therapy.

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