Semester End Madness Is Over!

30 Apr

Hey all,

 

FINALLY the semester is over! The past couple of weeks have involved one thing after another! I can finally relax. So that’s exciting. I also got to shadow two professionals, both in the medical side of things. Both were great experiences and I saw a range of disorders related to my field, so I gained lots of knowledge and even more excitement for my future profession! They both did involve children, so hopefully I can find an adult clinic to shadow soon, as well ah some schools. So once I get those lined up I’ll let you know! I’m so glad I finally got my feet wet in the profession, though. 🙂 Be ready for some new posts coming up now that my schedule is finally free!

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