Clinic

I am a speech language pathologist in training and am currently doing a part-time clinical fellowship. My clinical focus aligns with my research interests in child language impairments and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and motivates my research on language impairments in children with ASD. Before my current position, I have worked with a wide range of patients in my graduate training, including young and school-aged children with developmental language disorder, ASD, Down Syndrome, and Hearing Loss, and adults with aphasia, Traumatic Brain Injury, and neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and Huntington's diseases. In my clinical practice, I aim to support my patient and their families by using family-centered intervention approach and evidence-based practice.

Clinical Fellow in Speech-Language Pathology

2018 - Present

As a clinical fellow at Late Talkers Consulting, I provide language and educational evaluations, intervention plans, and long term monitoring and follow-up to support families and their late talking children. I believe that parents have the most significant influence in their child’s life. Our services strive to empower parents with insight, knowledge, and a continuing resource of support so that they can provide the best possible environment for their children.

Clinical Fellow in Speech-Language Pathology

2018 - Present

As a clinical fellow at Developmental Disabilities Lab, we provide differential diagnosis for children with a wide range of communication and language impairments.

Graduate Clinician at Pi Beta Phi Rehabilitation Institution

2017 - 2018

As a graduate clinician at Pi Beta Phi Rehab Institution, I participated in weekly aphasia program which serves adults with aphasia and aims to improve their communication through a supportive environment. In addition to aphasia program, I also provided diagnostic evaluations and language and cognitive treatment for adult patients diagnosed with traumatic brain injury, stroke, or neurodegenerative disorders.

Graduate Clinician at National Center for Childhood Deafness and Family Communication (NCCDFC)

2017

As a gradaute clinician at NCCDFC, I served children with hearing loss from two to four years of age in small classrooms where there is daily instruction focusing on listening, language, speech, reading and math skills, and cognition. The focus of these programs is to provide learning opportunities, which maximize the development of spoken communication through the use of the auditory system.

Graduate Clinician at Bill Wilkerson Center

2016 - 2017

As a graduate clinician at Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center, I provided diagnostic evaluations and language interventions for school-aged children with communication and language difficulties.

Specialty Trainings

  • Autism Diagnostic Observation Scale - 2 (ADOS-2) Research Reliability Training, December 2018
  • Autism Diagnostic Observation Scale - 2 (ADOS-2) Clinical Reliability Training, May 2017