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Our tools save you time so you can help more clients.

Starting or building a private practice can take a lot of time! Wouldn’t it be awesome if someone would find your ideal clients for you so you could focus on delivering services you know will change their lives? How great would it be if you also got free resources to use with your new clients?


What if you change your mind about membership?   NO PROBLEM! That’s why we offer a FREE 30-day trial period on all memberships.

The Interaction Coach website, podcast and courses help parents learn why SLPs are the best choice for teaching their child communication skills. Be there when families need your help. Be prepared with resources and training to provide group and individual intervention services online.

Whether you are just starting out or you have an established private practice, join Team IC to grow your practice today!

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Listing in SLP Directory


Free enrollment in Early Intervention training course


Free resources to use in your practice

$20/Month or $200/Annual



Learn how to use a telepractice platform to work with your online Strategies group.


Lead parents enrolled in the 6-week Strategies course in a weekly 45-minute online group discussion of the course content.


Establish a relationship with parents who live in the location you are licensed. When your group members need direct service, they are already oriented to using the telepractice platform and comfortable working with you.


Earn 50% of the online course enrollment fee paid by each group member.


Use your unlimited license to offer the Strategies course for in-person parent groups you organize on your own.

$25/Month or $250/Annual



Introduce yourself and your specialty to thousands of parents by being a guest on The Interaction Coach podcast or writing a series of blog posts.


Learn how to produce your own free webinars and paid courses that highlight your expertise.


Host webinars and courses on The Interaction Coach website and earn 80% of course enrollment fees.

$40/Month or $400/Annual

Directory Listing

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Practice Builder

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  • Will the SLP work in my home, at an office or online?"
    This will vary by therapist and your location. Most private clinicians see children at an office, but some travel to homes. If you are not within driving distance, online service (telepractice) is the way to go. The directory listings can be sorted to find SLPs licensed in your state.
  • Are online SLPs licensed?
    Yes. Speech-language pathologists must be licensed to practice in their state of residence and in the location where services are provided. The directory listings can be sorted to find SLPs licensed in your state.
  • Is online service (telepractice) effective?
    Yes. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), “Use of telepractice must be equivalent to the quality of services provided in person and consistent with adherence to the Code of Ethics (ASHA, 2016a), Scope of Practice in Audiology (ASHA, 2004b), Scope of Practice in Speech-Language Pathology (ASHA, 2016b), state and federal laws (e.g., licensure, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act [HIPAA; U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, n.d.-c]), and ASHA policy.” Read more at ASHA’s brochure on telepractice.
  • Does insurance pay for telepractice services?
    Telepractice is growing in use across the U.S. and around the world. Insurance coverage varies between insurers, plan coverage and location. Your therapist may be knowledgeable about programs in your area, but you will need to check directly with your insurer to be certain.
  • What equipment do I need for a telepractice clinician?
    You need a high-speed internet connection and a device with an internet browser (computer, tablet, smart phone). Your SLP will recommend a platform or app that connects you in a video conference and meets requirements for confidentiality.
  • Do I work with The Interaction Coach to find and contract with an SLP?
    No. We provide the directory as a service to connect parents with service providers. It is up to the parent to interview and select an SLP. It is up to the SLPs to operate their private practice including teletherapy equipment, an online platform and materials.
  • Does The Interaction Coach guarantee the credentials or results of speech-language pathologists (SLPs) listed in the directory?
    Don't believe anyone who guarantees outcomes for treatment. We screen the SLPs in the directory to determine they are certified and abide by the code of ethics of their national professional organization. As you would when contracting with any service provider, we encourage you to ask for and verify the credentials of any service provider before they work with you and your child.
  • What qualifications should I look for in a speech-language pathologist?
    SLPs must be licensed by your state/province/country licensing board and in their location of residence. Most SLPs also belong to a professional association that sets standards for training, certifies therapists have met those standards, and sets and enforces rules for ethical practice. SLPs may also hold one or more certificates to demonstrate they have completed additional training in a research-based methodology, for example a Naturalistic Developmental Behavioral Intervention (NDBI).
  • What is CCC-SLP?
    CCC-SLP stands for Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology. This is the national certification for SLPs in the United States, by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. The CCC-SLP demonstrates that your therapist has completed a Master’s degree or higher, passed a national certification examination, and completed a supervised Clinical Fellowship Year. SLPs must complete additional training to renew this certification every five years. Certification in some other English-speaking countries include: CPSP from Speech Pathology Australia S-LP(C) from Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC) MIASLT from Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists (IASLT) MNZSTA from New Zealand Speech-Language Therapists Association (NZSTA) SALT from the United Kingdom’s Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists (RCSLT) are certified by the Health and Care Professions Council

Joyce has set a high bar professionally and ethically. Her focus, whether providing direct services, administrative support, or writing/developing materials for professionals in the field, has always been child-centered.

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