|June 20 – July 8, 2016||Initial meetings with clinician (3)||You will be contacted by a clinician prior to this date to schedule an initial meeting online on Adobe Connect*. Three similar meetings, each approximately 30 minutes in duration, will be held to gather more information about you.|
|July 11 – July 22, 2016||Intensive Clinic||During this phase of the program, all participants will stay on campus and attend clinic related activities daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.|
|July 25 – July 29, 2016||Stabilization Phase||During this week, you will schedule 1 or 2 hour-long therapy sessions with your clinician to be completed online using Adobe Connect. This phase will help you apply all the new skills at the intensive clinic in your everyday life.|
|September 2016 – May, 2017||Structured Follow-up||During this phase, you will schedule regular therapy sessions with your clinicians for one hour weekly sessions during the fall semester, and one hour biweekly sessions during the spring semester. The purpose of this phase is to help with the process of transferring and integrating new speech related skills learned at the intensive clinic in your everyday life. This phase will be completed online using Adobe Connect.|
* Adobe Connect is a webconferencing software similar to Skype. This is a web-based software and requires no download. This will allow us to interact with you visually and verbally. Please click here to learn more about Adobe Connect and instructions to use it.
The Intensive clinic will be offered from July 11-22, 2016. This is a 10-day program where you will receive a total of 60 hours of therapy.
This includes 20 hours of group therapy and 40 hours of individual therapy. Each day will be divided in 2 hour group therapy sessions and 4 hour individual therapy sessions.
The tentative schedule for a typical day at the CSTP Intensive Clinic will be as follows:
|10 a.m. – 12 p.m.||Group therapy session with Dr. Irani|
|12 p.m. – 1 p.m.||Lunch – On your own|
|1 p.m. – 5 p.m.||Individual therapy sessions with graduate student clinicians under supervision by Dr. Irani and ASHA certified clinical supervisors|