I received a Bachelor of Science from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. I then moved to Dallas, where I obtained a Master of Science in Communication Disorders through the nationally renowned speech pathology program at the University of Texas at Dallas. I am board certified through the Texas State Board of Examiners, and hold a Clinical Certification of Competence through the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association. I am also a PROMPT SYSTEM trained therapist.
I have worked with children of all ages, with and without disabilities, for over 17 years as a volunteer, day camp and sleep-away camp counselor, tutor, and for the past 10 years professionally as a public school Speech-Language Pathologist in Garland ISD, and as a private clinician. I have worked with children with a broad range of both learning and physical disabilities, including: developmental delays, articulation disorders, language disorders, autism spectrum disorders, fluency disorders and feeding delays.
I enjoy the opportunity to really make a difference in each client’s life. I am passionate about every aspect of speech therapy, put myself whole-heartedly into each therapy session, and feel rewarded at the end of the day, knowing I made a difference.
I am married and have three children and a Cocker spaniel. Aside from my work, I also enjoy traveling, reading, theatre and dance, attending my children’s performances, and spending time with my family and friends.