I have 18 years of experience working in multiple settings helping clients communicate across the lifespan. I have been fortunate to gain experience working with individuals in a variety of settings including public schools, private clinics, early intervention, sub-acute rehab facilities, acute inpatient, and most recently telehealth. I have experience treating individuals with impairments related to articulation, language, voice, fluency, swallowing, Autism, ADHD, Social Language Disorders, and brain injury. I enjoy working with and connecting with people of all ages and backgrounds. I love teletherapy because I am able to see the client in their natural environment and empower parents and caregivers to help their loved ones reach their goals. I look forward to partnering with you on your communication journey!
Asking for help is not always easy. It can be a difficult decision to seek the support of outside professionals and share your child and family’s personal challenges with them. I advise families that I work with to find a Speech Therapist that they connect with, feel comfortable with, and can openly ask questions and learn from.
I knew early on that I wanted to work in a field that helped people. In college, I immediately connected with the field of Speech Pathology and quickly grew passionate about all of the different facets of this career. I initially worked in public schools serving children in preschool up to high school. I then transitioned into working with adults and geriatrics in a rehab setting helping individuals regain their communication and swallowing skills. After I had kids, I decided to venture back into the pediatric world and have since worked in Early Intervention, private clinics, and virtual schools.
I have the unique insight of being an SLP and a parent to a child with learning differences. I understand the struggles a family goes through in wanting their child to succeed and how stressful the process can be. I aim to provide quality therapy while having fun and being supportive of the family’s needs.
Talk to someone who cares. We'll listen to what's going on with your child, discuss their needs, answer your questions, and start to develop a plan for growth.