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A little more about me

I’ve been a Speech Language Pathologist since 2007, working primarily with children. I opened my private practice in 2016 because I wanted to connect directly with clients and families.

My practice is located in Ashland, Oregon. (All of the photos on this website are from around our beautiful town!) My credentials at a glance:

  • Masters Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • Featured in the (February '17) ASHA Leader
  • Certificate of clinical competence from American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
  • 2018 ACE Continuing Education Award from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
  • Speech therapy clinic owner since 2016, serving clients one-on-one in my Ashland office
  • Provider of telepractice (service via distance through videoconferencing) since 2013

Areas of Expertise

Articulation (Speech Sounds)
Late Talkers (Toddlers)
Childhood Apraxia of Speech
School Age Social Skills

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My news

5 Summer Activities to Build Speech and Language in Preschoolers

Are you looking for summer activities to develop speech and language skills? Summer is right around the corner, so it’s time to think about activities to build speech and language skills this summer. Whether you are a parent or a speech-language pathologist, here are some suggestions to get started. Want even more ideas? Check out […]

Realistic SLP Advice From a Toddler Mom

Realistic SLP Advice From a Toddler Mom

As an SLP, I’ve often wanted to hear advice on working with toddlers from another SLP who is both an SLP and a (current) toddler mom. As such, my SLP friend Jill offered to answer some of my questions about the intersection of the two. This is great reading for SLPs or toddler parents who […]

Helping Children With Big Worries (Part 2)

Welcome to the second in a multi-part series about how to help children with big worries. Please check out Part 1 to learn where to get started. This post will cover what to do next, after you’ve accomplished those initial steps. Part 1 recommends additional reading, offers four easy lessons, and will get you started. […]

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