Christy is currently Adjunct Faculty and Fieldwork Coordinator in the CSD program. She teaches courses in Language Disorders in Children, Diagnostics and Assessment, Counseling, and Clinical Practicum. In addition to coordinating student practicum placements, Christy also provides administrative oversight and student supervision at the Orange County Childhood Language Center, which operates in collaboration between the Scottish Rite Foundation and the Chapman CSD program.
Christy received her Master of Communication Disorders degree from the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in 2000. She has worked in a variety of pediatric clinical roles, including elementary and special education populations in public school settings, in-home early intervention, private practice, outpatient rehabilitation, and telepractice. Christy also has experience in interdisciplinary team management and healthcare administration within a children’s hospital environment. It is within this role that she helped to implement the Passive Range of Motion protocol in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, introduce a multidisciplinary Trach Team within the hospital, and introduce the nasopharyngoscopy procedure for more accurate diagnosis of resonance disorders.
Chapman University Supervision Workshop, “Supervision: What You Need to Know” (2014, 2015)
California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Conference, “Supervision: What You Need to Know” (2015)