Mandy received her master’s degree in speech-language pathology and her bachelor’s degree from Minot State University. She has experience working in early intervention, and as a former clinical student at PTP, she has experience in pediatrics and understands all aspects of our clinic. Mandy appreciates the collaboration between all disciplines to ensure the whole child is being treated. Getting to work on speech sounds, fluency, social skills, voice, feeding, language, and general communication skills all in one day is a privilege she doesn’t take lightly.
- Social thinking
- Assistive technology
- Childhood apraxia of speech
Mandy enjoys being an SLP for the pediatric population because of the wide variety of ways she can help make a difference in children’s lives. Working with children helps her appreciate both the small and major victories in life. Every child and family brings her a new perspective on the importance of communication, so Mandy can grow as a therapist and individual every day.
Outside of appreciating the little things with her patients, Mandy likes to spend her time doing anything outdoors (fishing, walking trails, swimming) and loves to spend time with family and friends.