is a speech-language pathologist who received her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Illinois State University. She has previous experience in school settings where she provided therapy to children with a variety of abilities. Liz has experience servicing bilingual students, with the use of a language liaison. She has been certified in Nonviolent Crisis Intervention also known as CPI (Crisis Prevention Institute) training. She has been trained to use the Expanding Expression Tool (EET), by the creator, Sarah Smith. Liz specializes in treatment and evaluation of children and adolescents with difficulties or disorders in articulation, dyspraxia, fluency, expressive and receptive language, auditory processing and pragmatic language.