I received my Bachelor’s in Science in Speech & Hearing Science at the University of Utah and my Master’s in Arts in Speech & Hearing Sciences from Washington State University.  I also have an English Second Language Endorsement from Utah Valley University.

I currently hold a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, a professional license from the State of Utah Department of Occupational & Professional Licensing, a license from the Arizona Department of Health Services in Speech-Language Pathology and a Certificate in Speech-Language Pathology from the Arizona Department of Education.  

I have worked as an ASHA certified speech-language pathologist since 2006. I’ve worked in skilled nursing facilities, early intervention, home health, public schools and private practice.  I have worked with clients and students with a wide range of abilities and challenges including articulation disorders, phonological disorders, apraxia, language disorders, social communication disorders, learning disabilities, autism, hearing impairment, intellectual disabilities, behavior disorders, genetic disorders, aphasia, dysarthria, dementia, traumatic brain injury and more. 

A Word About Communication Station

Our clinic offers a waiting area and designated treatment rooms.  Treatment areas are large enough for parents to observe treatment sessions so that questions can be answered and training can be provided in real time.  Siblings are not permitted in the treatment room.  

Our mission is to provide quality, affordable speech therapy to children and adolescents.