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710 NW Juniper Street Suite 108 Issaquah WA 98027

April 13, 2016

Katie Wickersham MS, CCC-SLP

Katie Wickersham MS, CCC-SLP, CLC                                                                        (Certified Lactation Counselor)

Katie earned her Masters in Speech-Language Pathology from Texas Christian University in 2018. She began her career at a private pediatric clinic in Fort Worth, Texas where she primarily specialized in feeding/swallowing and early language intervention. She received her Certified Lactation Counselor training through the American Lactation Policy and Practice (ALPP) in March 2018 and has been treating infants with difficulties breastfeeding and bottle feeding.  Katie traveled to Sydney, Australia during her graduate studies to study the topic of Preschool Stuttering. While there, she was trained in Lidcombe therapy treatment. Katie has also attended the Sequential, Oral, Sensory (SOS) feeding therapy training, Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing (DTTC) training to treat Childhood Apraxia of Speech, and the Trans-disciplinary Effect Assessment and Treatment training (TR-eat) course for complex feeding therapy patients.  Additionally, Katie completed her Orofacial Myology Training to gain even more understanding in the anatomy and physiology of oral and facial structures and muscles that assist with healthy breathing, feeding, sleep, and speech.  This will help her further serve patients in a holistic and comprehensive manner. Katie has traveled to Kenya on three different occasions to volunteer in schools and orphanages with children who have special needs.  She is certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She loves Texas BBQ, her Golden Retriever Bea, running, and being outside.

“I love being a speech-language pathologist because I adore working with families and empowering children to be safe, joyful, and confident, communicators and feeders! It is so special to become a key component in each patient’s speech, language, and/or feeding journey. Serving children to reach their fullest potentials is one of my favorite blessings.”
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