Becky earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders, as well as Psychology, from the University of Florida in 2002. In 2007, she earned her Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Central Florida. She has always had a passion for working in pediatrics and believes the best gift she can give is to help others communicate with their families and loved ones.

After receiving her degree, Becky began working as a speech language pathologist at Wolfson Children’s Hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, where she gained extensive experience in neonatal feeding/swallowing, as well as assessing and treating sensory based and structurally rooted feeding difficulties. Becky is skilled in the evaluation and treatment of various forms of communication disorders for infant, preschool and school-age children including articulation, expressive and receptive language disorders/delays, autism spectrum disorder, oral motor dysfunction, apraxia, fluency, voice, cleft palate, and auditory processing. Becky has supervised and mentored graduate clinicians and interns in all aspects of service delivery in the field of speech and language.


Becky strongly believes that each patient is unique; therefore, takes an individualized approach with each patient and their treatment plan. She sees the importance of working in conjunction with her patients, their families, and other professionals, in order to develop and implement treatment programs that best serve her patients and facilitate carryover of skills into their everyday environments.

Outside of the clinic, Becky enjoys spending quality time with her husband and two young boys. Being outdoors, working out, shopping, traveling and spending time with friends and family also bring a smile to her face.