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 About            

Our Mission

 

ProTherapy Solutions, LLC is a private practice providing services to individuals of all ages with communication disorders. Our philosophy is to provide professional client-centered treatment to improve their ability to communicate. We feel that the abilities to communicate and use language are the focal point of human existence and that language is the most complicated and important skill that a human can possess. Everyone has strengths and weaknesses and they are all different. The child who has difficulty coping in one area of life can adversely affect his entire world. This is especially true when that difficulty is in the area of communication.

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Cynthia Waller
Founder Cynthia Waller, Ed. S, CCC-SLP, Director and Owner 

 

Cynthia has a passion for children and adults with special needs.  Therefore she considers it a privilege and honor to assist children and adults with communication disorders improve their relationships and quality of life with improved communication skills.  Cynthia has 30 years experience as a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP). She received her B.A. degree in Communication Disorders from The University of Alabama, M.S. degree in Speech Pathology from the University of South Alabama and Specialist Degree (Ed.S) in Educational Leadership from Georgia State University.  She is currently licensed to practice in Texas and Georgia.  Cynthia holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) through the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA).  She has worked in a variety of settings to include rehabilitation hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, home health, teletherapy and school districts. Cynthia’s experience has included assessment and treatment of articulation, language, voice, fluency, oral motor, swallowing, pragmatic language and cognitive disorders.  Her clients have included individuals with diagnoses of autism spectrum disorders, specific learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, craniofacial anomalies, tongue thrust, aphasia, traumatic brain injuries and dementia to name a few.  In addition to working as a speech pathologist, Cynthia also has supervisory experience as a Lead Speech Pathologist in a school system, and as a Clinical Supervisor in an University setting.  She loves what she does and considers it pure joy rather than a job.

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