and I love what I do!

I believe in my bones that everyone has the ability to


Want to know a secret? I used to dread the R sound. My very first client fresh out of grad school was an “R kid.” I’ll never forget how I felt as I fumbled through our sessions trying desperately to help them. Spoiler alert- we never quite got there. I decided I never wanted to feel that way again.

Since that time, I started making resources and sharing ideas through Speechy Things. It became crystal clear that I was far from alone in my experience with R. The more I learned about R, the more I shared about R… and the more it all grew.

Fast forward to today, R is all I do… and I love it. I believe in my bones that everyone has the ability to “rock the R.” I see the evidence all the time- both in my own caseload and the messages that roll in: 
“I used to hate the R!” “That trick worked!” “I feel so much more confident!”



and it’s my honor to help you do it!


Yes, one time at bandcamp...

My husband, Eric, and I met the first day of TCU band camp freshman year. (Yes, one time at band camp.) We’ve been together for 10 years now and have a beautiful, rambunctious toddler. We also have a cat and a dog who you will often see interrupting me as I try to share therapy ideas on social media.

In 2015, I graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas with my masters in communication disorders. I’ve worked in a private setting since my clinical fellowship and I love being able to work so closely with families to make progress.

Currently, I live in Fort Worth, Texas with my family where I have my own private practice exclusively treating the R sound. When I’m not creating resources or sharing R therapy ideas, you can probably find me chasing my toddler around the local park, trying not to drown in laundry, listening to audiobooks on the libby app, and probably watching a little too much reality T.V.


Just a few things I swear by...

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