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Claudya Torres, MS, CF-SLP

 Speech Language Pathologist

Claudya graduated from The University of Texas at Dallas in the fall of 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology and Child Learning and Development. During the spring of 2020, Claudya worked as a speech language pathology assistant and reduced behavior technician at a clinic. Claudya also took courses at Austin Community College during this time. She received a certificate in American Sign Language in Interpreter Training in American Sign Language Studies and an Associate of Arts degree in General Studies. Claudya graduated from Texas State University with a Master of Science in Communication Disorders with a concentration in Autism in 2022. Claudya is currently working on her Doctorate of Speech Language Pathology at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. She has experience working with individuals with expressive/receptive language disorders/delays, articulation/phonological disorders, fluency disorders, swallowing disorders, aphasia, cognitive impairments, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Usher syndrome, and Cri-du-chat syndrome. Claudya is trilingual and enjoys providing speech therapy in English, Spanish, and American Sign Language. Claudya has an interest in increasing her knowledge in feeding and swallowing disorders as well as cognitive impairments. In her down time, Claudya enjoys running/training for half marathons, baking, trying different tea flavors, and reading books before the movie or show comes out. Claudya also enjoys spending time with her relatively large family and her dogs.

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