Christina earned her Master’s Degree in Communicative Disorders from California State University, Fullerton and has worked as a licensed and certified Speech-Language Pathologist for more than 23 years. She received her BA in social ecology from UCI and a BA in communicative disorders and clinical rehabilitative teaching credential from CSUF.
Christina has worked in a multitude of settings, such as acute hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, public schools, early intervention agencies and private practice, including in-home and clinic-based services.
Her professional experience includes the assessment and treatment of children and young adults presenting with a variety of communicative disorders, including autism spectrum disorder, language processing disorder, phonological/articulation disorders, fluency disorder, childhood apraxia of speech, and myofunctional/tongue thrust.
Christina’s clinical vision is to provide a family centered approach to therapy through evidenced based intervention for her clients, and education for caregivers to ensure the successful achievement of goals.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorders