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Speech-Language Pathology

Communication is an essential skill and one that develops across a person’s lifespan. The Speech-Language Pathology services at the Loyola Clinical Centers take a step-by-step approach to assess and treat a variety of communication disorders in children and adults.

pediatric patent in a session with a speech language pathology graduate student

Working with graduate student practitioners and professional clinicians at the LCC, clients receive assessments, as well as either one-on-one or group therapy sessions—or both—tailored to their individual speech and language needs. With clearly stated and mapped-out objectives, practitioners work with clients to help them reach their goals.

At the LCC, we take a family-centered and client-centered approach to intervention, working with the client and his/her parents, siblings, extended family, and/or spouses. Family members are encouraged to participate in therapy sessions and will have opportunities to observe as well as speak with the clinicians in order to help carryover skills from the LCC to other environments.

Voice Services now available at the LCC

The Loyola Clinical Centers offers comprehensive and client-centered treatment. The LCC offers services for adults and children who seek voice and communication training. With vocal health of utmost priority, services provided include adjustment of pitch, volume, intonation, voice quality, resonance, fluency, articulation, and communication style. Speech-Language Pathologists, who specialize in voice assessment and treatment, work collaboratively with an ear, nose, and throat (ENT) physician to provide comprehensive care. Along with evaluating and treating a variety of voice disorders, the LCC aims to be a community-based resource that offers a safe and supportive setting for all individuals along the gender spectrum as they explore voice and communication changes that more fully align with their gender identity and/or expression.  We also offer specialized voice therapy services targeting optimal vocal health and function for professional voice users, singers, and performers. 

We now offer a full array of voice and communication services in our Belvedere location.  Read more about our services below.  

People who seek speech-language services typically have these kinds of concerns:

  • Delayed speech and/or language development
  • Difficulty pronouncing specific sounds or being understood by others
  • Phonological disorders
  • Concerns regarding fluency
  • Difficulty understanding language, both verbally and in written form
  • Difficulty using language to communicate
  • Pragmatic language disorders
  • Foreign Accent reduction
  • Voice disorders
  • Resonance disorders
  • Aphasia
  • Cognitive communication disorders
  • Auditory processing
  • Aural Rehabilitation

The LCC does not provide assessment or intervention for swallowing disorders/dysphagia.

Hear from clients first-hand

Speech-Language Pathology/Audiology Services

The LCC provides service in the following assessment and treatment areas:

Adult Services Pediatric Services
Speech and language Speech and language
Cognitive communication Articulation
Motor and speech disorders Motor and speech disorders
Aphasia Fluency
Fluency Receptive/expressing language
Hearing Written language
Voice and resonance Social/pragmatic skills
Voice resonance
Central Auditory Processing

Fee Comparison Chart

*Sliding scale fees are available for those with financial need. Review sliding scale fee info/page/section for more information.

Service type Average Community Rate LCC Rate
Individual Treatment $90 per hour therapy session
  • $48 per hour therapy session*
  • $36 per 45-minute therapy session*
  • $24 per 30-minute therapy session*

Group Treatment

$70 per session $20 per session*
Speech Basic Evaluation $250 $150*
Speech-Language Comprehensive Evaluation $700 $300*
Social Skills Groups $70 per session $300 for 10 sessions*
 Voice Evaluation  $400  $300*

Contact Us

Andrea Atticks, M.A., CCC-SLP
Division Director, Speech Language Pathology & Audiology