Sarah Gonzales, M.A., CCC-SLP
Master of Arts in Communicative Disorders from California State University, Fullerton
Bachelor of Arts in Communicative Disorders from California State University, Fullerton
Sarah has been a speech language pathologist (SLP) since 2005, and in that time she has worked with children from age four months all the way up to young adults. When she was growing up, she loved working with children, and when she was a senior in high school she found her life’s calling when she interviewed an SLP and recognized what she wanted her career path to be.
Sarah has been trained in Integrated Listening Systems (iLS), Beckman Oral Motor, Interactive Metronome, and LAMP Words for Life. While her experience with speech and communication disorders is broad, she is most passionate about childhood apraxia of speech. She loves playing a role in helping a child gain his or her voice, whether through use of a device or verbally. She is known for her creative solutions for incorporating speech “homework” routines into her clients’ daily lives.
Although Sarah grew up in southern California, she relocated to Georgia in 2007 and now lives in Alpharetta with her husband and son. She volunteers with the children’s ministry at her church and is an avid fan of the Atlanta United soccer team.