I joined MU in 2009 as an adjunct clinical supervisor assisting with speech-language-hearing screenings and language stimulation groups. I have become a full time clinical faculty member in August 2013. I am currently a lecturer for CSD 163 Introduction to Communication Sciences and Disorders, facilitator of the MU Aphasia Group and clinical supervisor for the on-campus speech-language-hearing clinic. I have earned my bachelor degree from Marywood University and Masters degree from the University of Maine. I have focused my clinical practice in the treatment of both pediatric and geriatric clients in a variety of setting which include hospitals, rehabilitation centers, skilled nursing facilities, public and private schools, and private practice. I have clinical experience with Family Based Treatment as a service delivery model as well as teaching communication methods for reducing challenging behaviors. My primary areas of interest are speech-language/cognitive disorders related to aphasia and traumatic brain injury, AAC with complex communication needs, ESL/accent modification, and Language/Literacy.
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