Angelica graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of Montevallo and with a master’s degree from Valdosta State University. Angelica is currently pursuing her Doctorate of Speech-Language Pathology from Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions. She previously worked in the Birmingham City School system serving children ages 4-13, as well as children of all ages in home bound setting.
She has experience working with children and adults with Aphasia, Apraxia of Speech, Articulation Disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Voice Disorders, ADD/ADHD, reading challenges, and receptive/expressive language delays. Angelica is trained in Meaningful Speech TM focused on child-led therapy, gestalt language processing, and the Natural Language Acquisition (NLA) framework, developed by Marge Blanc (2012).
Angelica also specializes in treating voice disorders and vocal fold dysfunction as well as working with executive function deficits. Angelica is currently pursuing her doctorate in speech-language pathology focused on the impact of mental health on language development. She enjoys making therapy fun and functional to meet the client needs.
When she is not at work she enjoys being outdoors, exercising, traveling, and playing with her cats, Pudge, Mally, and Meatloaf.