Elizabeth graduated with a Bachelors in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Texas Christian University in 2020 and a Masters in Speech-Language Pathology from The University of Texas at Dallas in 2022. She has been working at The Warren Center ever since. Elizabeth has experience with a variety of diagnoses including expressive and receptive disorders, autism spectrum disorder, articulation disorders, fluency disorders, and pragmatic disorders. She has conducted individual assessments and therapy, group therapies, and co-treatment therapy sessions with Occupational Therapists. She has had training in the PLAY Project, Laura Mize’s Teach Me to Talk, and the augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) system LAMP Words for Life. Elizabeth has a passion for working alongside families to identify and meet the individual needs of their children and help them succeed in their day to day life. Elizabeth enjoys spending time with her family, attending TCU football games, and baking.