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SpeakEasy Speech Therapy

A place where children can find their voice

Meet the Therapists

Priscilla is a California board licensed speech-language pathologist with a certificate of clinical competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association.  Her focus is diagnostic and therapeutic treatment for school-aged children as well as early intervention services.  She wholeheartedly believes that every child has a voice and is committed to helping children discover theirs.

While attending Boston University, Priscilla worked as a teacher at Creative Playtime, a toddler enrichment program.  It was there that she learned the importance of speech and language development and how it shaped the lives of young children and their families.  After receiving her B.A. in Sociology, Priscilla volunteered at Newton Wellesley Hospital under the head of speech-language pathology.  In 2005, she moved to Los Angeles and began working as an assistant Kindergarten teacher at Echo Horizon School, where 10% of the population are deaf and hard of hearing students.  All of these experiences inspired Priscilla to pursue a full-time career in speech-language pathology.

In 2012, Priscilla received her M.S. in Communication Disorders & Sciences at California State University, Northridge.  She has since worked in a variety of settings (early intervention clinic, schools, private therapy) in several roles (Therapist, AAC Consultant, Deaf & Hard of Hearing Specialist).  Priscilla currently works as a speech-language pathologist in the Los Angeles Unified School District and also provides private in-home therapy for toddlers and school-aged children.   

Priscilla is truly passionate about the work she does.  Her goal is to work with children, and their families, to make speech and language interventions motivating, functional, and fun!



In-Home Therapy


"The tips and techniques that Priscilla has shared with us have been invaluable in helping my 4-year-old daughter learn in a way that is engaging and fun"

Ginger Nix
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