Glendale/ Los Angeles
Róisín Ching, M.S., CCC-SLP Róisín (pronounced ROsheen) is a licensed speech and language pathologist and the Clinical Director of Echo Speech Therapy, CA. She has a bachelors degree in Spanish and Cultural Studies and a Masters Degree in Communicative Disorders. Prior to working as a speech-language pathologist, Roisin spent several years working in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Since gaining her SLP license, Roisin has specialized in working with individuals diagnosed with apraxia, fluency disorders/ stuttering, voice disorders, receptive-expressive language delays, and other challenges related to speech and language. Among other trainings and certifications, she has completed PROMPT training (level III), has completed training in the Lidcombe Program for stuttering, and continues to prioritize her continued education and ongoing clinical training. Roisin believes in therapy that is fun, dynamic, respectful, and promotes growth. She enjoys working with adults and children and encourages family members to be a part of the therapeutic process when possible. Roisin loves getting to connect, collaborate, and laugh with clients while helping them express themselves more effectively.
Where are your roots?
I was born in Ireland, but raised in La Crescenta, CA. I am half Irish and half Hawaiian-Chinese and am lucky to have relatives to visit in both Ireland and Hawaii. My childhood was rich with food, music, and culture from around the world, which certainly has contributed to who I am.
When you are not doing therapy, what do you do?
I spend a lot of time in the kitchen cooking, baking, and eating. Food is central to most of my activities, including family gatherings. I am lucky to have lots of family living locally and my husband, Nate, and I love to spend time with our 2 children, and his grandparents, aunties, uncles, and cousins.
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- BA, Spanish Literature and Cultural Studies Occidental College
- MS, Communication Disorders California State University, Northridge
License & Affiliations
- California Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist, license #18760
- American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA)
- Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC), license #12151795
- California Speech and Hearing Association (CSHA)
- The Power of Play: Effective Play-Based Therapy & Early Intervention, Cari Ebert MS, CCC-SLP
- The Lidcombe Program (Stuttering Treatment Program), The Lidcombe Program Training Consortium
- Bridging Technique to Intervention (Level II), PROMPT Institute
- Stuttering: Basic Clinical Skills, The Stuttering Foundation
- Differential Treatment of School-Age Children Who Stutter, Megan Scott Dacus, M.S., CCC-SLP
- Color Me Fluent, Alice Anne G. Farley M.Ed
- Autism: It's a Family Affair (Social Communication in children diagnosed with ASD), Amy Donaldson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
- Improving Intelligibility in Apraxia and Dysarthria, Pam Marshalla, SLP
- Everything You Need to Know about a Baby's Mouth for Good Feeding, Speech, and Mouth Development - Diane Bahr/ Ages and Stages
- Developing Intelligible Speech, Pam Marshalla, SLP
- Successful 'R' Therapy - Pam Marshalla
- Feeding Therapy – A Sensory-Motor Approach, Lori Overland, SLP
- Three Part Treatment Plan for Oral Motor Therapy, Sara Rosenfeld Johnson, SLP
- Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
- How to Achieve Sound and Word Production in Young Children who Refuse Participation - Pam Marshalla
Board Certified Associate Behavior Analyst (BCABA.) 2008-2009
CPR Certification, Healthcare Provider, American Heart Association
Echo Speech Therapy, Inc.
410 Arden St. Suite 201, Glendale, CA 91203