Michele Bauserman, MS, CCC-SLP
Michele Bauserman, MS, CCC-SLP graduated with a bachelor’s of arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Tennessee, and a master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Old Dominion University. She worked for Norfolk City Schools in Virginia for a year while earning clinical competency and then began working with adults in hospital and skilled nursing settings. Michele is a Navy wife, and her husband’s career took them to Ventura County California, where she worked with children from preschool through middle school in the Pleasant Valley School District. She is certified nationally through the American Speech Language Association (ASHA) and holds a Georgia State License.
Michele has experience working with children with varying communication needs including the following: expressive and receptive language disorders, stuttering, articulation and phonological disorders, autism spectrum disorder, and intellectual disability. She feels that collaborating with parents is essential and seeks to provide researched based, family-centered therapy. Effective communication is essential to improving quality of life, and Michele seeks to deliver services that will enhance her patient’s connection with others.
Michele is passionate about holistic healthy living. In her free time, she loves being outdoors, traveling, and anything to do with a warm sandy beach! One of her greatest joys is spending time with her husband, daughter, and rescue pup.