Melissa’s primary responsibility is to evaluate and treat speech and language disorders in the pediatric population and to supervise graduate students in the outpatient clinical setting.
Melissa serves as a clinical instructor for first year graduate students, teaching and supervising the planning and implementation of treatment of clients with a wide range of disorders. She also supervises second year graduate students during clinical rotations in the outpatient clinic.
She has an interest in auditory processing disorders, pediatric articulation and phonological disorders, pediatric language disorders, and pediatric modified barium swallow studies.
Training & Education
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