Mikayla is currently a clinical fellow who is a candidate for certification from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). She received her B.S. in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, graduating with honors, from Western Michigan University (WMU) and recently earned her M.S. in Communication Disorders from Arizona State University (ASU).
Although a new clinician, Mikayla has a variety of experiences treating both children and adults with speech and language disorders. With experience in both the school and clinic setting, Mikayla has experience treating Autism, stuttering, voice, aphasia, language, articulation, and phonology. Mikayla also has extensive experience as a behavior technician for children with autism in both the clinic and home setting. She has a special interest in working with individuals who stutter as well as individuals who seek treatment for voice. Mikayla continues to fuel her special interests and passion for the field of speech-language pathology by attending continuing education courses and collaborating with other professionals. When she is not at Stuttering and Speech Therapy of Arizona, Mikayla enjoys hiking, going to theater and live music events, and singing