Bilingual Therapies works diligently to support the men and women committed to servicing culturally-diverse communities. It’s our number one priority to provide the best resources, training and career development opportunities to bilingual therapists in order to further their growth and maximize the positive impact they have in the lives of children and families across the country.
But don’t take our word for it. See what clinicians have to say about the services we provide.
“I’ve been working for Bilingual Therapies since I got out of graduate school in December 2001. One of the reasons I wanted to work for Bilingual Therapies was that I liked the emphasis on improving my Spanish skills and the exposure to other cultures (by meeting other people). When I began working in the field, I was fully aware that my Spanish skills needed some improvement. The company encouraged accessing multiple ways to do that. Once I began working for the company, I liked that I was able to have a network of people that I could contact when I needed to bounce idea and information off of someone. The Symposium has also provided a great way to increase that network and discuss issues of bilingualism that we see in our day to day work. I’ve made some great friends in the company and I think that my knowledge of bilingual issues is better for having been a member of the company.”
“For me, Bilingual Therapies has been a helpful presence through the end of grad school and during my CFY. While all my friends were stressing about jobs and licensing stuff, Bilingual Therapies was providing support and reinforcing their commitment to my value as a future bilingual service provider.”
“As an employee of the company for the past two and a half years, I have had the privilege of being a part of a superior team of bilingual speech-language pathologists. With Bilingual Therapies you are never alone–you always have access to resources and support including your fellow clinicians as well as an amazing group of support staff. As a beginning clinician, I attended the Bilingual U new hire training where I had the opportunity to meet and collaborate with other Bilingual Therapies clinicians from across the country. In addition, I received supervision and ongoing support from my clinical fellowship supervisor who had specific experience and expertise working with culturally and linguistically diverse populations. As an employee of Bilingual Therapies, I was provided with funds for continuing education and materials, and I was able to travel to places like Cancun and Puerto Vallarta to attend the annual Bilingual Symposium.
Working for Bilingual Therapies isn’t just a job. It means you have the opportunity to be a part of a community of individuals who are motivated to provide appropriate services for culturally and linguistically diverse populations and to find answers to the challenges facing our field in this increasingly diverse society.
I proudly and enthusiastically recommend Bilingual Therapies, Inc.”
“I discovered Bilingual Therapies quite by chance while browsing the Internet. I was intrigued by the idea of a company specializing in provision of SLP services for the bilingual population. I called for more information, and now here I am! They offered me a job and sponsored a visa for me to work in the U.S.A. as a bilingual SLP. I moved from rainy Surrey (U.K.) to sunny Las Vegas in August 2006.
Bilingual Therapies offered me the opportunity to practice speech-language pathology in a bilingual, bicultural environment. I am working with students in a dual language school where I use both Spanish and English every day during assessments, therapy, meetings and communication with staff and parents.
Although Bilingual Therapies is part of a larger umbrella organization, it is small enough to offer an efficient and personal service. I have been impressed by their supportive, friendly and flexible attitude towards employees. They are always happy to offer help, advice (and sometimes just a nice chat!) whenever I call them.”
“The staff at Bilingual Therapies is extremely nice and helpful. The first encounters I had via phone were pleasant. They made me feel comfortable and welcomed. When I first met the staff in person at the Symposium in Puerto Vallarta, I was greeted with hugs and smiles as though we were family. It was a nice experience. The staff goes beyond their duties to assist you with any problems that may occur and always make you feel like you are their priority. I have had a great relationship with the staff as well as the clinical supervisor they assigned me during my CFY.”