Abby graduated from Washington State University in 2005 with a B.A. in Speech and Hearing Sciences and in 2007 with an M.A. in Speech and Hearing Sciences. After beginning her career serving the geriatric population as an SLP in skilled nursing, she found her calling as an SLP in pediatrics. Abby has spent the past thirteen years working in the schools and pediatric private practice, serving preschool, elementary, and middle school students with speech and language disorders.

Abby maintains her American Speech, Language & Hearing Association (ASHA) Certificate of Clinical Competence. She is a licensed practitioner in the state of Washington and holds a current Educational Staff Associate certification from the Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction. She is PROMPT (Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets) level 1 trained and a certified instructor for the Hanen “It Takes Two to Talk” program. Abby has training in the Social Thinking curriculum by Michelle Garcia Winner, and Talk Tools Therapy for speech and feeding. She has a special interest and training in using Mindfulness-based interventions to supplement therapy.

For the past nine years, Abby has called Kenmore home. She spends her free time with her husband and three daughters cooking up a storm, reading, kayaking, camping, and cheering on their favorite northwest sports teams.

Speech Language Pathologist

Rebecca (Becca) graduated from San Francisco State University in 2014 with a BA in Communicative Disorders, Linguistics, and Dance. After a few years of working in applied behavior analysis, she went on to earn her MS in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Arizona, with a Bilingual Certificate of specialty for serving culturally and linguistically diverse populations.

While Becca has always loved working with kids, she is passionate about supporting strong and fruitful communication across the lifespan. She is especially interested in finding ways to dive into communities, bridge gaps, and bolster underserved populations. In pediatrics, she finds it particularly rewarding to serve kids with autism, childhood apraxia of speech, and cognitive-communication challenges.

Becca maintains her American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) and a license to practice in the state of Washington.

Becca lives in Brier with her partner, Cameron, and their two dogs, Jackson and Topher. She also enjoys experimenting in the kitchen, dancing at a studio, and tending to her garden.


Abigail (Abby) graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BS in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She earned her MS in Medical Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Washington in Seattle.

Abby has always loved working with kids, and was formerly a summer camp program director down in the Texas hill country. She now has a passion for helping emerging communicators find their voice! She has experience working at developmental preschools, as a behavioral technician for learners on the autism spectrum, in-home early intervention, and in the pediatric outpatient setting with particular strengths in sensory feeding, AAC, language development, and articulation therapy.

Abby is completing her Clinical Fellowship year and a license to practice in the state of Washington.

Abby lives in Seattle and loves the mountains! She spends her time hiking, skiing, and running outdoors. When it gets too rainy, she likes reading fiction, doing yoga, and eating soup.


Karen graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a B.A. in Urban Planning and University College London (England) with an M.A. in Linguistics, with a focus on Phonology. After completing her M.A. and teaching ESL both abroad and in the U.S., Karen became more interested in speech and language therapy and completed the SLPA certification program at Shoreline Community College in 2008. She began her career in a private pediatric speech and language clinic and she is a certified SLP-A through the Washington Department of Health. Along with her love of working with children, her professional interests include articulation/phonological disorders, receptive/expressive language disorders, and social skills. 

When Karen is not in the clinic, she enjoys keeping up with her son, daughter, and husband skiing down mountains, cross-country skiing, exploring new hiking trails, stand up paddle boarding, yoga, reading, and learning German. She is a novice knitter who has (almost) mastered the art of making scarves for her kids and hopes to one day graduate to making hats and anything other than a scarf.


Sarah graduated from the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology with a B.S. in Psychology and a B.S. in Biology in 2008 and New Mexico State University with an M.A. in Communication Disorders in 2011.  Following graduation, Sarah moved to Washington, where she entered her career as an SLP in a private practice servicing both pediatrics and adults.  Sarah is particularly passionate about working with children with articulation/phonological disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, and expressive and receptive language disorders.

Sarah maintains her American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association (ASHA) Certificate of Competence, along with a Washington state license and an initial Education Staff Associate certificate. Sarah has specialized training in Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets (PROMPT, level 1), Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing (DTTC), and Tethered Oral Tissues Specialty Training (TOTS). She is also familiar with a variety of other methods, such as Lindamood Bell programs, Lidcombe program, Lessac-Madsen resonant voice training, DIR Floortime, and CALMS method.

Outside of the clinic, Sarah enjoys spending time with her husband and two young daughters.  She also loves reading, watching The Great British Baking Show and then testing new dessert recipes, perfecting her “Pigeon” voice for reading Mo Willems books aloud, exploring new restaurants, and planning her next beach vacation.