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Pursuing Professional Development as a Traveler

Pursuing Professional Development as a Traveler: Growing as a Clinician and Knocking out CEUs Finding, signing up for, and then following through to complete professional development courses that are in your area of interest is a serious challenge when you don’t know what corner of the country you’ll be living in next! Sometimes it is…

Therapists Guide to Career and Income Growth

Make More Money The Travel Therapists Guide to Career and Income Growth We are so excited to FINALLY be able to share this with you! After sorting through tons of email and questions on social media I have decided to put all of our most successful strategies in one book, just for you! “Steve’s advice…

Russian River black bear

The End is Near-er

The End is Near-er When Contracts End Early Sometimes things don’t work out like they should. Plans change, emergencies arise, life happens. While thirteen weeks is the industry standard minimum contract, every so often, for a variety of reasons, contracts are shortened or even terminated.  In each situation there is a right and a wrong…

3 Steps to Starting Your Travel Therapy Career

3 steps to starting your travel therapy career First Steps WOO! You have finally decided to hit the road as a travel therapist! But hold on fast, there are a few things that need to be squared away before you quit that pesky perm job! 1. Find a Recruiter (or 3) When looking for a…

Layla at Weaver Lake

Creating a Goal Hierarchy

Create a Goal Hierarchy *This post is a continuation and expansion on the concept of fulfillment discussed in the previous post, which can be found here. Once we had a more distinct and clear idea of what fulfillment would look like in our lives, we then began to deconstruct it into it’s various pieces.  What…

Cayenne's deep stare

Why is traveling therapy right for you?

Why is traveling therapy right for you? The world of traveling therapy is full of unique personalities.  There is by no means a single archetype that is “The classic travel therapist.”  We come in all shapes and sizes.  Introverts – extroverts, specialists – generalists, new grads – experienced clinicians, even part time – full time…

Top 5 Travel Therapy Resources

Top 5 Travel Therapy Resources

Our Top 5 Travel Therapy Resources It seems that every day there are more helpful resources out there for travel therapists.  Any little step to make our lives easier is a good thing right! Here are our top 5 travel therapy resources! 1. aPTitude Managing multiple licenses can be a difficult and occasionally painful task,…

surfing with dolphins

The Most Dangerous Words in Physical Therapy

The most dangerous words in physical therapy:  “Im just a PT” It begins so casually: “Welcome to Specialized Physical Therapy Ms. Burton.  Its great to have your here!  Let me introduce you to your therapist!!”  A peppy front office manager chirps from her post.  Quickly springing up from her chair and into the recesses of…

Half Dome hike

8 Steps for Starting Your Travel Career

Making the decision to work as a traveling PT (OT, SLP, RN, etc.) was one of the most liberating experiences of our lives.  There are ups and downs for sure, but mostly it has been a smooth exhilarating ride.  Below we have listed out the 8 Steps for starting your travel career. *Heads up, this…