How to interview a new therapist?

Chantai Snellgrove

Chantai Snellgrove

Upon graduating college, I started my career as a Production Director for the World's largest magazine publisher, Hachette Filipacchi Media (Elle, Car and Driver, Road and Track, etc…). After 10 years (and two children) I left that position and started my own advertising firm that specialized in “marketing makeovers” that helped to brand companies. After the birth of my second daughter and a roller-coaster ride of getting diagnosis’s for her special needs, I had an idea to put together a magazine that helped parents of children with special needs to address their issues and concerns about raising a child with special needs. I decided to tap into my skills and launch Parenting Special Needs Magazine and chose to make it a FREE, on-line, bi-monthly publication accessible anytime and anywhere.

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  1. Avatar Rachel Lannister says:

    Thank you for the read. You mentioned that when looking for a pediatric therapist, you should look for someone who is continually educating themselves on the subject and maybe even attending things like conferences. If they are doing that, they will know all the latest news and methods of treating disorders. I’ll have to keep this information in mind, in case a friend or family member is thinking about taking their child to a therapist.

  2. I like how you mentioned that one should interview therapists that are covered by their insurance before settling in. One of my cousins has autism and gets bullied, so he could really benefit from going to therapy. Thanks so much for all the great tips of n how to choose a therapist.

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