Speech and Language Pathology Services
Care for Speech, Language, Hearing, Balance, Feeding, and Swallowing Disorders
Child Speech and Language Pathology Services
Speech-language pathologists and Audiologists are healthcare professionals who help individuals throughout their lifespan who have speech, language, hearing, balance, feeding, or swallowing disorders.
The field of audiology & speech-language pathology provides extensive opportunities for individuals interested in health care to assist persons with problems of hearing, speech, and/or language communication.
Chaya Devie Guntupalli, SLP
Courtney M. Andrews, SLP
Jennifer L. Quillen, SLP
Kerry E. Proctor-Williams, SLP
Kimberly R. Wilson-Lewis, SLP
Kristy S. Eisenzopf, SLP
Lindsay A. Greer, SLP
Marie A. Johnson, SLP
Teresa D. Boggs, SLP
Adult Speech & Language Clinic
Auditory Perceptual Evaluation
Behavioral management (systematic & eclectic approaches)
Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES)
Laryngeal Function Evaluation
Lee Silverman Voice Therapy (LSVT)
Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT®)
Pronouncing English as a Second Language (PESL)
Resonant Voice Therapy
School Age Speech and Language Clinic
Vital Stim Therapy
Vocal Function Exercises
Voice management for the transgender population
ETSU Speech & Hearing Center
156 S. Dossett Dr., Lamb Hall Room 363
Johnson City, T 37614-1702
ETSU Nave Center
1000 Jason Witten Way
Elizabethton, TN 37643-2970
Why ETSU Health?
The NAVE Language Center
The Nave Language Center provides specialized evaluation and treatment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and related communication and social pragmatic disorders. The premise of the Nave Language Center ASD clinic is to provide direct services using naturalistic interactions and environments, evidence-based interventions, visual supports, augmentative and alternative communication modalities, and environmental arrangement to best support learning and sensory needs of the clients. The clinic highly values family support and training to generalize skills outside of the intervention setting. This clinic is its own free-standing building in Elizabethon, approximately 12 minutes from the ETSU Clinic.
Adult Speech & Language Clinic
Housed in the ETSU Speech-Language Hearing Clinic, this clinic focuses on the evaluation and treatment of the young adult, adult and geriatric populations with speech, language and/or cognitive disorders. Clinicians use standardized and non-standardized assessments and a variety of evidence based techniques to help their clients maximize functional communication and daily living independence. Select clinicians are also certified in Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT).
School Age Speech & Language Clinic
The ETSU School-Age Speech and Language Clinic provides specialized evaluation and treatment for preschool-school-aged children with communication disorders. The premise of the School-Age Speech and Language clinic is to provide direct services using naturalistic interactions and evidence-based interventions to best support client and family needs. Furthermore, the clinic highly values family support and training to facilitate generalization of skills. The School-Age Speech and Language Clinic addresses the needs of children in the following areas, including but not limited to: speech sound disorders, language based disorders, literacy based language disorders, social communication challenges, and use of augmentative-alternative communication.
Speech and Swallowing Clinic
The Speech and Swallowing Clinic at ETSU is focused on addressing the speech and swallowing needs of adults in the Tri-Cities area. The clinical faculty director, Dr. Kimberly R. Wilson-Lewis, PhD/CCC-SLP is certified in:
• Vital Stim Therapy
• Lee Silverman Voice Therapy (LSVT)
• Pronouncing English as a Second Language (PESL) Accent Modification
• Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES)
Treatment techniques that may be used to assess, diagnose, and treat include but are
not limited to:
• Vital Stim
• Biofeedback via Electropalatography
The Speech and Swallowing Clinic addresses the needs of adults diagnosed with:
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