Claudya Torres, MS, SLP Intern

 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. 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 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.