Specialists Trained to Help You Get the Results You Have Always Wanted
Confidence in Your Ability to Communicate
Many people struggle to effectively communicate with those around them. This can be very frustrating for them and make them avoid social situations.
At Boise Speech and Hearing Clinic, we diagnose the root cause of your speech struggles and define measurable goals so you can confidently communicate with the world.
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MS, CCC-SLP, COM, TOM
Read More About Rian
Rian Chatterton has worked as a Speech-Language Pathologist for the past 14-years. Rian has worked in a variety of settings. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Speech Language Pathology and Audiology in 2002 from Idaho State University. In 2004 she completed her Masters degree in Speech-Language Pathologist from Idaho State University. Rian has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of communication disorders. She has specialized in areas of Autism Spectrum Disorders, Augmentative and Alternative Communication and Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders. Rian took over ownership of Boise Speech and Hearing Clinic in the summer of 2013.
Rian holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and a State of Idaho License for Speech Language Pathology. In 2016 Rian completed her certification process with the International Association of Orofacial Myology (IAOM) and is now 1 of 2 Certified Orofacial Myologists in the state of Idaho.
Rian has called Boise her home most of her life and LOVES the Treasure Valley! She loves to cook, be outdoors camping and hiking. Rian is a “self-help” book junkie and is always reading 3 books at a time. She loves coming up with crafts for herself and her kids to do. Her kids might say that their life is a constant sound track and dance party as she is always making up songs for everything and embarrassing them with her mediocre dance moves. Rian LOVES her job because she gets to play and make a difference every day!
MA, CCC-SLP, QOM, TOM
IAOM Certification Candidate, Qualified Orofacial Myologist, Trained Orofacial Myologist
Read More About Jaimee
Jaimee is from upstate New York where she had the privilege of growing up in a family with a shared passion of working with adults with special needs. She chose to enter the field of Speech-Language Pathology to continue to support individuals with disabilities. In 2006 she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Communication Disorders and Sciences from the State University of New York College at Plattsburgh.
After completing her undergraduate program, she moved to Virginia where she attended Hampton University and earned her Master of Arts in Communicative Sciences and Disorders in 2008. Throughout her time in graduate school she worked as a Speech Therapist in a school-based program for children with Autism.
Shortly after completing her graduate degree, she moved to Idaho Falls where she worked with children with Autism for six years. Jaimee considers herself fortunate to have had the opportunity to work with people of many ages and abilities throughout her life.
She and her family relocated to Boise at the end of 2014 and she began working at Boise Speech and Hearing Clinic in January of 2015. Since that time, Jaimee has focused on remediating Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders in children, teenagers, and adults. Outside of work, she most enjoys spending time her family.
MS-CCC, SLP, QOM
Qualified Orofacial Myologist
Read More About Stephanie
Stephanie received her Master’s of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from Idaho State University in August of 2017. She was an intern at Boise Speech and Hearing Clinic since January of that year, and knew since then that she loved this clinic! Before entering graduate school, Stephanie worked in the Boise School District in a junior high classroom for students with special needs. There she learned how much she loved working with kids at all skill levels, and discovered a passion for teaching her students how to better communicate with the people around them.
Stephanie has lived most of her life in Boise, but she spent five years living in Singapore with her family. She loved living there, and still enjoys traveling the world, but Boise will always be home!
Stephanie got married in August of 2014, and she lives with her husband and their two dogs. In her free time, she loves reading and writing, playing with the dogs, and breakfast dates with her husband.
Chatterton Myo Program Trained, Voice and Swallowing Specialist
Read More About Blake
Blake received her Master’s degree from the University of Virginia in December of 2018. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and a State of Idaho License for Speech-Language Pathology. Blake has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of communication and swallowing disorders from a variety of clinical settings. She has the most passion for the areas of fluency, voice, and swallowing. She is qualified in Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES) and Videostroboscopy for voice. Blake absolutely loves the field of work that she is in and couldn’t imagine her life without being able to work with and help people of all ages and disorders every day. Blake has a stutter and is thankful for the ability to connect with patients.
Prior to graduate school, she went to Boise State University where she graduated with a Health Science degree and American Sign Language minor. She was also a swimmer and team captain for the BSU swim team. Blake grew up in Michigan and Nebraska, but quickly fell in love with the state of Idaho and all that it has to offer. She loves to go mountain biking, swimming, and rock climbing.
She got married in September 2019 and absolutely loves life with her husband Dillon. They love to do all things together like rock climbing, playing with their cats, and board games. Blake is a happy person who loves to bring joy and positivity everywhere she goes!
Rebecca L Daniel
Certified Orofacial Myologist
Read More About Rebecca
Becky received her Master’s of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from Idaho State University in August of 2005. Prior to attending graduate school, she worked at St Luke’s Children Hospital with the Child Life team. It is there that she discovered her desire to help people better communicate.
Becky has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of communication and swallowing disorders in a variety of clinical settings. She has the most passion for the areas of preschool language, orofacial myofunctional disorders, articulation and executive functions. Becky holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and a State of Idaho License for Speech Language Pathology.
Becky has lived all of her life in Idaho, growing up in Idaho Falls and then moving to the Treasure Valley in junior high. Idaho will always be home. Becky lives with her husband, daughter, son and pug. In her free time, she loves hand lettering, taking barre classes, baking, being outside, and anything that involves family.
Prompt-Trained, TOM, Trained Orofacial Myologist
Read More About Lyndsey
Lyndsey is a born and raised Idaho native. She received her Masters Degree in Speech-Language Pathology in 2015 from Idaho State University. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and a State of Idaho License for Speech Language Pathology. She is also PROMPT trained.
As a daughter of a 2nd grade teacher, Lyndsey always knew she wanted to work with kids. She fosters a therapeutic environment filled with learning, creativity, and positivity. Lyndsey’s professional experience includes treating patients across the lifespan with a variety of communication disorders and medical backgrounds. Her clinical interests include orofacial myology, social language, and motor speech disorders.
Outside of the office, you can find Lyndsey with her golden retriever, Henley, close to her side. Together, they volunteer through GO TEAM Therapy Dogs and make a splash at dock diving competitions. Lyndsey promotes an “I can do hard things” mentality with all her clients. She is so excited to help her future clients meet their goals!
Read More About Amber
Amber received her Masters of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from Idaho State University in August of 2019. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and a State of Idaho License for Speech Language Pathology.
Amber has always wanted to work with children and loves helping others achieve their goals. Prior to graduate school Amber was a substitute teacher and a preschool karate instructor in California. Amber has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with a variety of communication disorders. Clinical interests include early intervention, fluency, and speech sound disorders. Outside of the office Amber enjoys kayaking, hiking, crafting, and spending time with her family and cat, Mochi.
Certified Orofacial Myologist
Read More About Joni
Joni earned her Speech-Language Pathology degrees at Appalachian State University and the University of South Carolina. She has experience working with young children and their families to address early speech and language disorders and, her primary passion, working with children and adults to address myofunctional disorders to support proper development of mouth and face structures, chewing, swallowing, and speech. She was a Clinical Professor in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Idaho State University for 32 years, where she instructed students in clinical practicum and taught a variety of courses, including the first course fully dedicated to the topic of orofacial myology in an SLP graduate program in the U.S. She was involved in numerous master’s theses research projects focused on tongue tie and “tongue thrust”, and published in the International Journal of Orofacial Myology. Joni is a Certified Orofacial Myologist (2012) and joined our clinic in Fall 2022, eager to do more direct clinical work! She loves the challenge of helping clients “put all the pieces together” to figure out how to address the root causes of their concerns.
Growing up, Joni lived in Missouri, New Jersey, (mostly) Pennsylvania, and North Carolina. She and her husband moved to Idaho in 1990 to pursue their love of the outdoors. They raised two daughters in Pocatello and moved to Boise in 2016. Joni loves hiking, biking, camping, paddling, snowshoeing, and eating amazing food! She loves to explore new places, and has vacationed in 46 of the 50 states (so far), with the fondest family memories made closer to home in the Tetons and Sawtooths.
Read More About Allison
MS, CCC-SLP, Cleft Lip and Palate Specialist
Read More About Mollie
Mollie and her husband moved to Boise in the summer of 2020, and they absolutely love it! They enjoy many outdoor activities, such as camping, mountain biking, and hiking. Their dog Rio loves all the nature that Idaho has to offer. Mollie is also an avid gardener in the spring and summer months. Mollie loves the sunshine and strives to spread positivity and gratitude!
MS, CF, SLP
Read More About Lydia
Lydia received her Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology from Idaho State University in Meridian, Idaho in May of 2023. Lydia is passionate about seeing others accomplish hard things and supporting them along that journey. While pursuing her education to become a Speech Language Pathologist, Lydia worked as Behavioral Intervention Specialist. Lydia has clinical experience working with children, adolescents and adults with a variety of communication needs in a variety of settings. Clinical interests include orofacial myofunctional disorder, speech sound disorders and school age language.
Lydia moved to Idaho from Washington in 2017 and has loved exploring Boise ever since. Outside of the office she enjoys trying new things and finding new places, hanging out with friends, playing pickleball or basketball and doing functional craft projects.
Read More About Brooke
Brooke McBride is a born and raised Idahoan and has always been passionate about serving her community. At the young age of thirteen she was introduced to the field of Speech Language Pathology and volunteered at speech summer camps in her spare time as a teen. She went on to receive her undergraduate degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders with an Emphasis in Speech Pathology at Idaho State University in 2015. While earning her undergraduate degree Brooke worked as a developmental therapist, working one on one with children with disabilities in the community and in the schools. This experience only reinforced her passion for serving this community and led her to pursue her dream of earning a graduate degree in Speech Language Pathology. Brooke graduated with her masters in Speech Language Pathology from Idaho State University in 2017. She has since continued her education becoming an Autism Spectrum Disorder Certified Specialist (ASDCS), a Qualified Orofacial Myologist (QOM), and specific training in Parkinson’s treatment for voice therapy utilizing the Speak Out approach.
An interesting fact about Brooke is that she has been a picky eater her whole life; this has made her very empathetic and passionate in helping other children (and even adults) in finding ways to feel comfortable with and like new foods; making feeding therapy one of her many passions within her career.
In her years serving the pediatric population, she has specialized in early language intervention, elementary and teen pragmatic (social) language groups, Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders, participated in teams for Autism testing, and SOS feeding groups. She has also branched out to the adult population treating cognitive deficits, pragmatic language, and voice therapy for Parkinson’s clients.
Read More About Sara
Sara received her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Emerson College, in Boston, Massachusetts in April of 2023. Sara has clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with communication disorders from a variety of clinical settings, including early intervention, acute inpatient rehabilitation, and private practice. During her externship, Sara was able to gain experience with voice and swallowing disorders, which has quickly become an area of clinical interest for her along with early intervention, cognition, language disorders, and social communication.
Read More About Marilee
Marilee has 40 years of experience as an Occupational Therapist and has received her speciality certification in Low Vision through the American Occupational Therapy Association. She has worked with geriatrics throughout her career and devoted ten years working with Dr. Ronald Cole at Medical Vision Technology, a private practice low vision rehabilitation program in Sacramento. During her low vision practice, she developed a unique guide card method, which helps patients to learn how to effectively use their eccentric viewing when performing functional tasks such as reading, writing and home making skills. She has been a speaker for the Academy of Ophthalmology Low vision Day in 2003, 2004, and 2005. She presented at the American Geriatric Society – annual Scientific Meeting, on OT’s role in low vision rehabilitation. She has been a speaker in 2007, 2008 and 2009 at Envision – a multidisciplinary low vision rehab and research conference. She was asked to teach physicians in Shanghai China on her eccentric training method and she presented at the 8th international congress of Ophthalmology and Optometry Conference in Nanjing, China. She has been a board member of the SAFE Foundation – Sight and Function Enhancement Foundation in Sacramento. She loves spending her free time with her husband and two adult children and their families as well as developing trip itineraries for her family as well as for their friends. Photography is a special interest and you might find Marilee parked along a street taking pictures of the beautiful fall colors or the great horned owl in their back yard.
Read More About Rose
Rose moved to Idaho in 2018 to be closer to family and enjoy the 4 seasons. She has 3 children and 3 grandchildren.
Rose has been in the medical field for over 20 years. Starting off as a Nursing Assistant, in a hospital setting, Rose knew that the medical field was for her. She became interested in the rehabilitation therapy portion of patient care in regards to Physical Therapy. She spent the next 4 years as a PTA applying her knowledge in modalities and procedures for patients with orthopedic injuries. Always looking for a challenge, Rose became an Office Collections Supervisor for a company that had 15 Physical , Occupational and Speech offices. It was spending 15 years there that she realized her passion for fighting insurance denials and being a voice for the patient. With her daughter starting school at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, chose to move to Central California. There she was an Office Manager for a Physical Therapy Clinic for 3 years before moving to Boise and joining the Boise Speech and Hearing Team.
In her spare time, she enjoys going to church, reading, walking her dogs and gardening. In the future she is hoping to become more involved with her church and Hospice.
Read More About Katie
Katie is married and has two children. She moved to Idaho for her husbands job in 2007 and quickly made Boise their home.
Katie has several years experience working retail, as an assistant for an accounting office and most recently with children at an Elementary School.
In her free time, Katie enjoys going to the movies with her family, hiking, traveling, watching her boys play sports, and spending time with her two cats.
Client Retention Specialist
Read More About Lisa
Lisa has lived in the Treasure Valley for 30 years. She graduated from nearby Centennial High School and went to Boise State University to originally pursue a degree in Health Promotion. She is currently finishing up her degree in Psychology at Boise State. Lisa has worked in the fitness industry as a Personal Trainer and a Group Fitness Instructor and in the legal field as a Legal Assistant and Contract Review Specialist.
Lisa and her amazing husband, Abe, together have 5 wonderful children. They love to go to church together, spend time exploring, and finding new restaurants. Lisa loves going for walks on the Greenbelt, baking yummy treats and doing anything outdoors with her beautiful family. She loves to travel, especially to warm, tropical destinations and is always looking forward to her next adventure.
Front Desk Receptionist
Read More About Sara
Sara is a born & raised Idahoan growing up in McCall where she met and married her high school sweetheart, Clyde Jr. In 1987, they made the jump to move out of McCall to Kuna to be closer to Clyde’s work and continue to live there. They finished raising their 3 kids in Kuna who all have families of their own now giving us some wonderful grand littles that bring so much joy and laughter.
Read More About Angela
As a single mom, Angela loves spending time with her daughter, shopping, eating out, paddleboarding, musicals, family genealogy, binge watching a favorite show or reading true stories. As a small child she began collecting clowns, and they always brighten her day. One day she hopes to travel and show her daughter where she grew up by the Atlantic Ocean.
Front Desk Receptionist
Read More About Jill
Jill started working in the medical field starting in the early 80’s in which I started as an out-patient admission clerk in a small private hospital in the mountains of Idaho. She returned to BSU and received my certification as a surgical technologist and then worked in the same private hospital scrubbing in the surgical department. After becoming a Mother, Jill ended up staying home with her girls until she went back to work at Boise School District until her girls finished school. She then returned back to the medical field.Living in the mountains, Jill loves to hike all summer. She now has a daughter in Arizona in which they always take time to hike in the Sedona area. Jill also skis and snowshoe during the winter.
Intake Specialist/Referral Coordinator
Read More About Cynthia
Cynthia has lived in the Treasure Valley for over 28 years where she has opted to plant some roots and raise her kids. She is married with three children and enjoys supporting their passions. In her spare time she loves traveling with her family and watching crime documentaries or reality shows like Survivor. She is excited to find a good work-life balance during a phase of her children’s life where presence is key.
Read More About Veronica
Veronica is a cum laude graduate from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo. She has twelve years of experience in the healthcare field, working in physical and occupational therapy settings, medical billing, speech therapy, and geriatric memory care. Veronica has worked with all ages from one to 100 years old and loves helping everyone succeed in their healthcare goals.
In her spare time, Veronica loves watercolor painting, going to concerts, and exploring Boise with her husband and two dogs, Daisy and Gonzo.
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