Roisin Ching, M.S. CCC-SLP
California State University, Northridge
Róisín (pronounced ROsheen) Ching is a licensed speech and language pathologist who believes in the power of communication and relationship development. She has several years of experience working with children and adults in a therapeutic setting.
Róisín earned her bachelors degree in Spanish and Cultural Studies at Occidental College and her Masters Degree in Communicative Disorders California State University, Northridge. Her areas of specialty include working with individuals diagnosed with apraxia, ASD, fluency disorders/ stuttering, voice disorders, receptive-expressive language delays, and other challenges related to speech, language, and communication. Among other trainings and certifications, she has completed PROMPT training (level III), has completed training in the Lidcombe Program for stuttering, and continues to prioritize her continued education and ongoing clinical training.
Roisin believes in therapy that is fun, dynamic, respectful, and promotes growth. She enjoys working with adults and children and encourages loved ones and family members to be a part of the therapeutic process whenever possible. Roisin loves getting to connect, collaborate, and laugh with clients while helping them express themselves more effectively.