I just wanted to add some clarification for reading the handouts in slow talk.
You don't need to read every handout from the series in slow talk, especially during your 30 minutes of daily therapy time, that is just not possible as there are way too many handouts to be able to do that.
You will eventually need to select the handouts that are most important for you and your growth.
For example, if assertiveness if an issue that you struggle with, going over the Deserving Statements handout every day in your 30 minutes of daily therapy is probably a good idea. If mingling is not such a big deal to you, then you don't necessarily have to read over any handouts focused on mingling.
You can, however, skim over the handouts that you want to go over as a refresher. I've heard Dr. Richards say that you can do this, and have done this many times myself. With skimming over handouts, you don't have to read them out loud in slow talk, but can quickly go over them just as long as you are getting the general idea of the handout so your brain recognizes that you are still working to reinforce the concepts from the handout.
Hopefully that clears things up, just use your slow talk therapy time to focus on handouts most important to you; and of course, there is no harm in skimming over other handouts as that will help as well.