Speech Therapist

Leisha has been working in the field of speech-language pathology since 2006. She has extensive training in the areas of accent reduction and modification, bilingual communication disorders, articulation/phonology disorders, early language development, and is a certified in orofacial myology disorders (e.g. tongue thrust, tongue tie). Read More

Leisha Vogl, MS, CCC-SLP

Speech Pathologist

Speech Therapist Haley Theodosis MA, CCC-SLP
Haley graduated with her Master of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders from California State University in 2016. After graduating, Haley worked in the public schools serving children of various ages and severity levels. She has developed a particular interest in working with patients with Autism Spectrum Disorder and literacy disorders. Haley’s favorite thing about being an SLP is seeing patients gain confidence in their abilities.Read More
Daniel has dedicated the majority of his education and clinical experience to serving children and young adults with various developmental disabilities. Being the parent of a child with “moderate-severe” Autism, he understands the challenges families face with even the most basic daily routines. As a result, Daniel uses family-centered therapy approaches to maximize outcomes for his clients. Read More
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Kim graduated with her Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology from Portland State University. She enjoys working with children as well as adults on speech, language, and functional skills. Other topics that interest her are feeding and use of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). During her time at Portland State, she treated children and adults in English and Spanish, allowing her to develop skills for treating bilinguals. Read More
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Laine Fisher-Gayle graduated with her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. Over the past nine years of being in the field, she has worked simultaneously in the medical and educational fields, working with individuals from preschool to geriatric, and targeting skills related to articulation, language, social skills, swallowing, and voice. Read More
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Kristina graduated with her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Pacific University and enjoys working with the pediatric as well as the adult population. During her clinical externships, Kristina gained invaluable experience in the NICU at OHSU, focusing on pediatric feeding and swallowing and parent coaching. Kristina also provided evaluation and treatment to adults associated with cognitive, language, and swallowing disorders. Read More