Christine Wilson is a FL state licensed speech-language pathologist, certified by ASHA (American Speech, Language and Hearing Association). She has 15 years of experience in diagnosis and remediation in speech and language disorders with both children and adults. After earning her Master's degree from Central Missouri State University in 2000, she worked in Florida's public school system with the Language Learning Impaired program. From there, Christine worked in hospitals and out-patient care centers with adults and children. Her therapy repertoire includes, but is not limited to: orofacial myology, voice, articulation, expressive/receptive language disorders, Autism, feeding, stroke recovery, swallowing disorders, auditory processing, and neuro-motor disorders.
A repeating ACE award earner, she often earns over 100 hours of continuing education in a calendar year. Included in this education was a comprehensive Pediatric Dysphagia 105 hour course and an Orofacial Myology course . Christine's therapy approaches are fun and functional for all ages. She combines the latest technology with the best practices to ensure optimal outcomes. Home programming and patient/caregiver education expedites her therapy programs. Christine became a trained Orofacial Myologist in the Fall of 2014 and provides remediation for orofacial myofunctional disorders causing tongue thrusts, lisps and orthodontic issues.