Janice W. Lougeay, M.A., CCC-SLP School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences
Ms. Lougeay has designed and implemented a variety of treatment programs for children who stutter or have autism or voice disorders. She also has developed standardized eligibility guidelines and procedures for treating public school children with voice and fluency disorders in public schools.
Ms. Lougeay teaches in the graduate program in Communication Disorders. She has designed clinical training and practicum opportunities for graduate students in speech-language pathology to enhance clinical skills in working with specific populations and to acquire the knowledge base needed to develop into a master clinician.
She is currently Vice President of Research and Development for the Texas Speech-Language Hearing Association.
Updated: November 29, 2011