Adult Neurogenic Specialist

Channa Beckman

M.A., CCC SLP/CBIS,

LSVT, DriveABLE and Vital Stim

Channa Beckman is a Florida State University graduate with a Master of Arts in Speech- Language Pathology.

She is certified as a Brain Injury Specialist.

Channa is dedicated to improving the lives of brain-injury survivors.  She is a competent and versatile speech-language pathologist with more than 34 years experience; twenty-seven of which have been devoted to the treatment of acquired brain injury.  She is known as a professional resource for cognitive rehabilitation and brain injury throughout the Puget Sound region.

 

Her areas of expertise include: brain injury, neurologic disorders, swallowing dysfunction, adult speech and language disorders.  Her key accomplishments include owning and operating a successful multi location private practice, establishing the Gig Harbor Brain Injury Networking Group and serving on the board for the Washington State Speech-Language and Hearing Association. She is dedicated to advocating and providing quality care for all patients across the life span.

Communication Disorder Specialist

Corinne Lynn

M.A., CCC-SLP

Corrine 'Corky' Lynn graduated from California State University- Northridge, with a Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders.

While in California, she led a program for individuals with traumatic brain injuries. She has worked in school districts, private practice and has served as a consultant for many local specialists.

 

Her specialty is with working with Social Language skills for individuals on the autism spectrum as well as working with non-verbal clients needing augmentative communication.

 

Corky is the founder of HSP's Social Language Group, serving pediatrics, adolescents and adults here in Great Northwest.

Clinical Director / Pediatric Lead

Cassandra L. Cook,

M. Ed., CCC-SLP, BCBA

 

Cassandra is a board certified behavior analyst as well as a speech-language pathologist that is licensed by the states of Washington as well as Texas and certified by the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association.

Cassandra received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Education in Communication Disorders at Valdosta State University in Georgia and her Applied Behavior Analysis Graduate Certificate at the University of North Texas. Cassandra has over 13 years of experience working with children and adults in multiple states with a variety of communication and feeding impairments. She has received advanced training in social language, play-based therapy, behavior management, classroom management, apraxia of speech, autism, pediatric feeding therapy, the Hanen More Than Words program and PROMPT.

 

Cassandra can be reached at ccook@harborspeech.com

Adult Neurogenic Specialist

Noelle Pingree

M.S., CCC-SLP

Noelle Pingree received a B.A. in Communication Sciences & Disorders Cum Laude from Western Washington University in 2015, and continued her higher education at Washington State University in Spokane, WA where she achieved her Masters of Science in Speech & Hearing Sciences.

Noelle completed her graduate coursework with an internship at Harrison Hospital in Bremerton and Harrison Outpatient Rehab Clinic in Silverdale, WA.

 

Since graduating, she has begun a Clinical Fellowship Year required by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association practicing speech pathology under supervision for the first year post-graduation of masters level education. She has clinical experience working in hospital settings, outpatient clinics, skilled-nursing facilities, K-5 public schools and 7-12 public schools, aural rehab and audiology clinics, university speech clinics, and TED networks for the state of Washington.

Speech Language Pathology

Jena Southerland

M.S.,CCC-SLP

Jena Southerland received her Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences, followed by her graduate degree in Speech Language Pathology at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.

Jena recently moved to the state of Washington from North Carolina. She completed her Clinical Fellowship Year, where she primarily treated children from birth to three in homes with a variety of disorders including receptive and expressive language delays, phonological disorders, autism, and pediatric dysphagia.

 

Jena has clinical experience in a pediatric outpatient hospital setting with a primary focus on pediatric feeding, language disorders, cochlear implants, and articulation disorders. Prior to this, she was placed in an inpatient rehabilitation hospital, where she worked with adults with traumatic brain injuries, dysphagia, and aphasia. Jena also has clinical experience with orofacial myofunctional disorders, cleft lip and palate, and adult accent modification.

Pediatric Speech Therapy Assistant

Laura Schmidtberger

B.A., SLPA

Laura is a graduate from the University of Kansas with a degree in Speech-Language-Hearing.

Laura completed her practicum course working with students on the autism spectrum as well as children with articulation errors. She is Washington State Certified Speech and Language Pathology Assistant.

 

Laura is passionate about pediatric speech development as well as augmentative communication services. In her spare time Laura enjoys spending time with her family and taking her dog Winnie out for car rides and trips to the park.

Speech Language Pathology Assistant

Mikayla Esteb

B.A., SLPA

Mikayla is a graduate from Washington State University with a degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences.

She is a certified Speech Language Pathology Assistant and has a love for working with the pediatric population. She has grown up in Gig Harbor her entire life and is excited to be working in the Peninsula area.

 

Throughout college Mikayla worked with children with expressive/receptive language disorders, auditory processing disorder, articulation and fluency errors, and students on the autism spectrum.

Open Mon.-Fri. 9:00am to 5:00pm

Closed: Sat-Sun.

Gig Harbor Office

5202 Olympic Drive NW

Suite #100

Gig Harbor, WA 98335

P (253) 851-0007

F (253) 514-8261

info@harborspeech.com

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Silverdale Office

9576 Ridgetop Blvd NW

Suite #L101

Silverdale, WA 98383

P (253) 851-0007

F (253) 514-8261

info@harborspeech.com

New Location!

Port Orchard Office

Sound Health Care Center

463 Tremont Street W Suite #200

Port Orchard, WA 98366

P (360) 876 -1717

F (253) 514-8261

info@harborspeech.com

Our  Therapy Team

Adult Neurogenic Specialist

Channa Beckman

M.A., CCC SLP/CBIS,

LSVT, DriveABLE

and Vital Stim

Channa Beckman is a Florida State University graduate with a Master of Arts in Speech- Language Pathology.

She is certified as a Brain Injury Specialist.

 Channa is dedicated to improving the lives of brain-injury survivors.  She is a competent and versatile speech-language pathologist with more than 34 years experience; twenty-seven of which have been devoted to the treatment of acquired brain injury.  She is known as a professional resource for cognitive rehabilitation and brain injury throughout the Puget Sound region.

 

Her areas of expertise include: brain injury, neurologic disorders, swallowing dysfunction, adult speech and language disorders.  Her key accomplishments include owning and operating a successful multi location private practice, establishing the Gig Harbor Brain Injury Networking Group and serving on the board for the Washington State Speech-Language and Hearing Association. She is dedicated to advocating and providing quality care for all patients across the life span.

Communication Disorder Specialist

Corinne Lynn

M.A., CCC-SLP

Corky Lynn graduated from California State University- Northridge, with a Master’s Degree in Communication Disorders.

While in California, she led a program for individuals with traumatic brain injuries. She has worked in school districts, private practice and has served as a consultant for many local specialists.

 

Her specialty is with working with Social Language skills for individuals on the autism spectrum as well as working with non-verbal clients needing augmentative communication.

 

Corky has founded HSP's Social Language Group, serving pediatrics, adolescents and adults here in Great Northwest.

Clinical Director / Pediatric Lead

Cassandra L. Cook,

M. Ed., CCC-SLP, BCBA

 

Cassandra is a board certified behavior analyst as well as a speech-language pathologist that is licensed by the states of Washington as well as Texas and certified by the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association.

Cassandra received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Education in Communication Disorders at Valdosta State University in Georgia and her Applied Behavior Analysis Graduate Certificate at the University of North Texas. Cassandra has over 13 years of experience working with children and adults in multiple states with a variety of communication and feeding impairments. She has received advanced training in social language, play-based therapy, behavior management, classroom management, apraxia of speech, autism, pediatric feeding therapy, the Hanen More Than Words program and PROMPT.

 

Cassandra can be reached at ccook@harborspeech.com

Adult Neurogenic Specialist

Noelle Pingree

M.S., CCC-SLP

Noelle Pingree received a B.A. in Communication Sciences & Disorders Cum Laude from Western Washington University

in 2015, and continued her higher education at Washington State University in Spokane, WA where she achieved her Masters of Science in Speech & Hearing Sciences.

Noelle completed her graduate coursework with an internship at Harrison Hospital in Bremerton and Harrison Outpatient Rehab Clinic in Silverdale. Since graduating, she has begun a Clinical Fellowship Year required by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association practicing speech pathology under supervision for the first year post-graduation of masters level education.

 

She has clinical experience working in hospital settings, outpatient clinics, skilled-nursing facilities, K-5 public schools and 7-12 public schools, aural rehab and audiology clinics, university speech clinics, and TED networks for the state of Washington.

Speech Language Pathology

Jena Southerland M.S.,CCC-SLP

Jena Southerland received her Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences, followed by her graduate degree in Speech Language Pathology at East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina.

Jena recently moved to the state of Washington from North Carolina. She completed her Clinical Fellowship Year, where she primarily treated children from birth to three in homes with a variety of disorders including receptive and expressive language delays, phonological disorders, autism, and pediatric dysphagia.

 

Jena has clinical experience in a pediatric outpatient hospital setting with a primary focus on pediatric feeding, language disorders, cochlear implants, and articulation disorders. Prior to this, she was placed in an inpatient rehabilitation hospital, where she worked with adults with traumatic brain injuries, dysphagia, and aphasia. Jena also has clinical experience with orofacial myofunctional disorders, cleft lip and palate, and adult accent modification.

Pediatric Speech Therapy Assistant

Laura Schmidtberger

B.A., SLPA

Laura is a graduate from the University of Kansas with a degree in Speech-Language-Hearing.

Laura completed her practicum course working with students on the autism spectrum as well as children with articulation errors. She is Washington State Certified Speech and Language Pathology Assistant.

 

Laura is passionate about pediatric speech development as well as augmentative communication services. In her spare time Laura enjoys spending time with her family and taking her dog Winnie out for car rides and trips to the park.

Speech Language Pathology Assistant

Mikayla Esteb

B.A., SLPA

Mikayla is a graduate from Washington State University with a degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences.

She is a certified Speech Language Pathology Assistant and has a love for working with the pediatric population. She has grown up in Gig Harbor her entire life and is excited to be working in the Peninsula area.

 

Throughout college Mikayla worked with children with expressive/receptive language disorders, auditory processing disorder, articulation and fluency errors, and students on the autism spectrum.

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