Nothing makes me happier than to watch a child blossom and feel confident in themself as a result of our work together. I see each child as having strengths. There may be some developmental delay or disorder present in the growth of speech and language skills. However, I strive to create an individualized treatment plan, geared to each child’s abilities and interests, in order to help build up any area that may need to be addressed in speech and language therapy. I look at the child as a whole person, with their self-esteem and self-confidence at the forefront at all times. I try to build up each child’s communicative comfort and academic skills while targeting our therapeutic goals. Establishing a joyful bond with both children and parents is essential, and makes for a well-coordinated process. It is very important to make sure that each child has fun in their sessions so that treatment is something that is looked forward to. I have had great success in doing this throughout my career.