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Priscilla received her Master's of Science degree from Northern Arizona University in Clinical Speech-Language Pathology. She began her career in the field of speech-language pathology in 2013 and has worked in various settings including but not limited to early intervention, home-based services, outpatient, school-based services, and private practice serving clients up from birth to geriatrics in-person and via teletherapy. Prior to entering into the field of speech-language pathology, she had experience working in a neuropsychiatric office, in the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA), working alongside students in CSUF's Center for Autism in addition to conducting research for children in the oncology unit with Children's Hospital of Orange County.
She loves that the field of speech-language pathology encompasses all facets of life and loves to see the growth and development of the individuals she sees while collaborating with each child's team. Priscilla takes a strengths-based, neurodiversity-affirming approach and respects each child's interests to better facilitate each child's skills in the most naturalistic context.
When she is not in the office, she enjoys going to the beach, hiking, and traveling while enjoying food!
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