Pam McLaughlin, M.S. CCC -SLP
“Miss Pam,” studied at Brigham Young University and achieved her B.A. degree in Communication Disorders in 1990. While working as an SLP in the public schools, she attended the University of New Mexico for her Master's degree in Communication Disorders and holds her Certificate of Clinical Competency from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. “Miss Pam” has successfully worked with children in preschool to high school in various settings: public schools, private schools, at-home therapy settings, and rehabilitation centers. She has served children with a variety of diagnoses including autism spectrum disorders, down syndrome, articulation errors, language disorders, processing problems, verbal apraxia, traumatic brain-injuries and oral-motor issues. “Miss Pam” loves what she does and enjoys seeing the benefits of therapy enrich the lives of her students.
Julie Phillips B.S. ADE-SLP
“Miss Julie”, a native to Arizona, has been enthusiastically working with children for the majority of her life. She graduated from Arizona State University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science in Speech and Hearing Science and a minor in Psychology. While working on her degree, she provided one-on-one Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy to young children through the HOPE Group. Upon graduation, she began working as a speech therapist assistant at a private school in the valley that educates students with emotional disabilities and currently continues to do so. At present, she is an SLP certified in Arizona with a Department of Health License for Speech Pathology. Concurrently, “Miss Julie” is earning her Master's degree in Clinical Speech Pathology from Northern Arizona University. Her areas of interest continue to be Autism Spectrum Disorders, as well as language disorders of children with emotional disability.
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