Megan Spitzzeri, M.S., CF-SLP
Megan is a speech language pathologist. She recently graduated from Illinois State University with her Master’s of Science in speech language pathology. During her time as a graduate student, Megan taught and restructured the undergraduate course of Spoken and Written Language Analysis for a professor on medical leave. Megan also completed her graduate independent study on the topic of gender affirming communication services for trans-masculine individuals. This provided resources for speech-language pathologists and trans-masculine clients to prepare them for therapy. Megan found her passion for working with both children and adults in graduate school, so working with young children and their parents is a perfect fit!
Megan displays professionalism, while also fervently advocating for her clientele. Megan is compassionate, engaging, thoughtful, and creative. She incorporates these skills into every interaction with clients and families. Megan is passionate about diversity and advocating for underserved and underrepresented populations.
Megan has clinical experience in the school, home-based, and clinic settings with young children with a variety of delays and disorders including childhood apraxia of speech, phonological disorders, Autism, developmental delays, articulation delays, cerebral palsy, auditory processing disorder, and augmentative and alternative communication.
Megan holds the following credentials:
Bachelor’s of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders
Master’s of Science in Speech-Language Pathology
Missouri First Steps Provider
Clinical Fellowship member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association
Licensed as a Clinical Fellow in Illinois and pending licensure in Missouri
Megan enjoys spending her free time listening to podcasts, creating art projects, lifting weights, and spending time with her fiancé and three Australian Shepherds.