Attentive, creative, compassionate, Speech Language Pathologist & Orofacial Myologist with an eye for detail.
I’ve worked with a variety of clients with a varying complexity of impairment. Although my skill set is vast, my greatest expertise revolves in the world orofacial myology, thumb sucking programs, speech and language, and feeding/swallowing. My wish is to combine my knowledge, empathy and experience in these areas, to deliver the best plan of care to my clients.
Although I am quite proud of my academic and professional achievements, it fails to compare to my unabashed pride for my two daughters (both in college….how the time flies). As a mom I know the worry and concern we have for our children; we want nothing but the best for them. I set out each day, with each client, with the same mantra my daughters have heard since they were young, “it takes a village.” I want to be an integral part of a positive, supportive “village” for each client I have, no matter the age.
Amy is trained in:
- Orofacial Myology
- LSVT (Lee Silverman Voice Treatment)
- NMES (Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation)
- IM (Interactive Metronome)
- Speech and Language
Amy is a Member of member of:
- NAPW (National Association of Professional Women)
- IAOM (International Association of Orofacial Myology)
- Chandler Chamber of Commerce
Amy is a volunteer with the Flying Samaritans and was an ACE award recipient (Award for Continuing Education) from American Speech – Language – Hearing Association (ASHA) in 4/2017. “In recognition of exceptional commitment to continuing professional education and for earning 70 hours in courses.”