Christine has a master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of North Dakota and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Manitoba.
She has worked with both children and adults with a variety of communication needs. She has experience working within the public school system as well as in private practice. She has created and implemented assessment and intervention programs for preschool and elementary school-aged children with autism, cerebral palsy, fluency disorders, apraxia of speech, voice disorders, intellectual disabilities, speech-sound disorders, and language delay. She also assessed and treated adults with apraxia, dysarthria, and social language disorders in individual and group settings. She implemented programs such as The Life Participation Approach to Aphasia and Resonant Voice Therapy.
Her special interests include working with children with voice disorders, fluency disorders, apraxia of speech, speech sound disorders, autism, language delays, and intellectual disabilities.