Callie is a Licensed Speech/Language Pathologist with a Certificate of Clinical Competence who has been practicing in the Willamette Valley since 2009. Callie takes great pride in meeting children and families where they are and building functional goals and treatments to allow each child to live their best life.
Callie holds a Master of Science in Speech and Language Pathology from Nova Southeastern University. She has also received multiple ACE awards, is a graduate of the American Speech and Hearing Association Leadership Program (LDP), and has extensive training in the areas of pediatric dysphagia, autism, receptive/expressive language disorders, pragmatic disorders, and cognitive disorders.
Callie is an active member of American Speech and Hearing Association and participates in many special interest groups and projects. Prior to her opportunity with Creating Pathways, Callie had worked in a variety of settings including hospitals, outpatient care, home health, hospice, education, and healthcare management. She has training in AEIOU approach to feeding, pediatric feeding, PECS, Social Thinking, Early Language, Complex Cognitive Disorders, and is a Certified Parent Coach & Educator.
In her free time, Callie enjoys traveling with her kids, cooking, reading, spending time with her dog and rowing on a competitive crew team.
Clinic Location: Salem Madrona & Fairview