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Experienced. Certified. Supportive.

Speech-Language Pathologist certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Speech-Language Pathologist licensed in Virginia

Certified Pronouncing English as a Second Language Instructor

I am a certified Speech-Language Pathologist, and a certified Compton-Pronouncing English as a Second Language (P-ESL) Instructor.  For over 25 years, I have served as a speech therapist for people ages 0-91 with communication difficulty in many different settings, with a primary focus on articulation and speech sound disorders.  I enjoy helping others communicate more effectively in their environment, whether at home, school, work, public speaking, or social settings.  

As an SLP or Accent Coach, I can help you improve your self-confidence in your personal and professional life by helping you pronounce English with greater ease and comfort. Through my education and experience in Speech Language Pathology, I have developed an in-depth knowledge of speech structures and function and have a  myriad of techniques to help clients achieve their speech goals. This experience enables me to provide well-rounded instruction to help you reach your work and life goals through better communication skills no matter what country or region you call home.


Whether your goal is foreign accent reduction, formal speech therapy, or specific help with English pronunciation or regional dialects, contact me for a free consultation. My approach is our work together will be fun and stress free. I make it that way by getting to know you as a person by taking into account your likes and dislikes, personal and professional goals, and your life/time challenges. I take all those factors into account and tailor our lessons together to meet your immediate and long term goals through a professional and supportive environment. I do not do high pressure sales so don't hesitate to reach out with general inquiries or if you are just curious. Contact me by using the "Get in Touch" button below and emailing me.   

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