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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What should I look for in a speech language pathologist (SLP)? 

All speech pathologists have a Master’s degree and training in communication sciences and disorders. It is important to find an SLP that is a good fit with you in terms of personality and expertise. I take the time to understand your needs and who you are in order to most effectively carry out speech therapy sessions. Find out more about me here.

2. What do speech therapy sessions look like?

After an assessment to determine your specific needs, a treatment plan will be developed with you and customized to you. Typically “homework”, or strategies and exercises to practice at home between appointments will be given. Practicing throughout the week usually leads to faster improvement and more effective sessions.

3. I might need speech therapy but I’m not sure - can you help me?

Let’s connect - Please contact me for a free consultation! Even if it doesn’t sound like you may need speech therapy, I may be able to point you in a direction that could help you.

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In order to serve you better, please fill out the case history form below and send it to before your first appointment

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