Courtney is a highly experienced Speech-Language Pathologist who has worked in private practice settings. She has worked with clients who have various communication disorders, such as apraxia, aphasia, and articulation. Additionally, Courtney has experience with accent modification, augmentative communication, cleft palate, dysarthria, dysphagia, language, phonology, and voice. She has also provided home health therapy using different approaches and collaborated with other healthcare professionals to achieve the best possible outcome for patients. Courtney started her career as a speech pathologist assistant, providing direct treatment to pediatric clients in individual and group settings under the supervision of a Speech-Language Pathologist. Courtney has an M.A. in Communication Disorders from Our Lady of the Lake University, 2003, and a B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from The University of Texas at Austin, 1998. She has also completed Compton PESL Certification in 2006 and training in Lee Silverman Voice Treatment in 2003.
Jahaira earned a Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology from The University of Texas-Austin in 2019. She has gained clinical experience working in various settings, such as schools, clinics, and private practices. Jahaira finds it fulfilling to witness the progress of her clients and has a positive impact on their lives as well as their families. She is proficient in both English and Spanish.
Jo Anne obtained a Master's degree in Communication Disorders from Our Lady of the Lake University in 2017. She has gained valuable experience working in both school districts and rehabilitation facilities. Her clinical interests primarily focus on voice, articulation, and fluency. Jo Anne firmly believes in the philosophy of prioritizing the client's knowledge over her own. She also emphasizes teaching her clients how to avoid harm. Apart from using evidence-based speech therapy techniques, she has also trained classical singers for 25 years, focusing on breathing, dictation, and prosody. Jo Anne's favorite part about being a therapist is witnessing the progress her clients make.
Meet Jiselle, a bilingual Speech-Language Pathologist who is fluent in both English and Spanish. She holds a Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Texas State University, where she also completed her undergraduate studies in 2019. With clinical experience in various settings such as schools, clinics, and teletherapy, Jiselle's interests lie in neonatal swallowing, language delay, and articulation disorders. She takes pride in being able to make a difference in children's lives through play-based therapy and evidence-based practices. When not working, she enjoys spending time in the water.
Bethany obtained a master's degree in Communication Disorders from The University of Texas at Dallas in 2010. She has clinical experience working with children in school settings and has a keen interest in Autism Spectrum Disorders, fluency, phonological language, and literacy, as well as pragmatic language disorders. Her greatest joy as a therapist comes from establishing relationships with her clients and witnessing progress that positively affects children and their families. To assist her clients in achieving their objectives, she employs methods like Hodson Cycles, Core language, and Expanding Expression Tools (EET). Bethany is a proud mother of two incredible boys and enjoys knitting, reading, cooking, and practicing yoga in her free time.
Lynelle obtained a master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Texas Women's University in 1996. She has worked with children in both elementary and middle school settings, as well as skilled nursing rehabilitation facilities. Lynelle's clinical interests involve articulation, language, voice, and literacy skills. What she loves most about being a therapist is the knowledge that she can change a child's life by helping them achieve functional language skills. Lynelle strongly believes that utilizing new skills is crucial for a child to communicate effectively in their natural environment. Interestingly, before becoming an SLP, Lynelle worked as an actress and a 1st-grade teacher!
Adelaide is a Texas State University graduate with clinical experience in various settings such as home health, school, and pediatric private practice. Her clinical interests include voice, dysphagia, and fluency. Adelaide finds joy in witnessing her clients' first-time experiences such as the first bite of food or liquid, and when they communicate. She believes in promoting independence and improving communication by allowing clients to do as much as they can. On weekends, Adelaide teaches improv to kids and enjoys performing sketch/improv. She also loves kayaking and spending time by the river.
Dr. Jussara Vitorino Woiler is a trilingual speech-language Pathologist and audiologist. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of the Vale of Itajai in Brazil, and her master’s degree and Ph.D. at the University of Queensland in Australia. Jussara also completed her post-doctorate at the University of Texas Health Science in San Antonio and worked as a researcher in the Brain Development Laboratory at the University of Texas in Austin. During her master's and Ph.D., Jussara was involved in perceptual and physiological assessment of respiratory, and laryngeal function in children and adults with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and tongue and velopharyngeal functions in adults with Multiple Sclerosis. Jussara has vast experience in working with acquired neurological disease and has presented her studies in social media, conferences, and as a professor as well as published her articles in important journals.
Gabriela is a Speech Language Pathologist who is bilingual, in English and Spanish. She earned her master's degree from Texas A&M in Kingsville, TX. Gabriela has worked in clinical therapy with children in various settings, including outpatient pediatric therapy, pediatric home health, and skilled nursing facility. She enjoys helping families improve their child's speech-language skills by providing them with the necessary tools. Gabriela's treatment approach involves following the child's lead and incorporating floor play activities, among other techniques.
In 2018, Rebecca earned a master's degree from Clarion University of Pennsylvania. She has worked as a clinical therapist in various settings, including schools, outpatient facilities, and skilled nursing facilities. Her passion lies in working with children diagnosed with autism. As a therapist, Rebecca finds great fulfillment in giving people a voice and empowering them to help others. She strongly believes in following the child's lead and adheres to the neurodiversity-affirming language framework. Recently, Rebecca relocated to Austin from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Let's give her a warm welcome!