Sarah Konopka (she/her)

Speech-Language Pathologist

MS Speech-Language Pathology (USA), BS Speech-Language Pathology

Speech-Language Pathologist

MS Speech-Language Pathology (Fontbonne University, USA)
BS Speech-Language Pathology
ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP-CCC)

Sarah graduated with a B.S. in speech-language pathology, and acquired her M.S. in speech- language pathology from Fontbonne University in the United States. She is a certified member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and has been a practicing speech pathologist for nearly 15 years.

Sarah gained the majority of her experience providing assessment and therapy services to populations within a diverse learning community. She has worked in elementary and middle schools, private practice, a government clinic, and an international school.

Sarah has experience collaborating with multi-disciplinary teams including the following professionals and persons within a child or adult’s community; psychological examiners, social workers, school counselors, nurses, school administrators, audiologists, itinerant teachers for the hearing impaired, occupational therapists, physical therapists, special and general educators, parents, and domestic helpers. She takes interest in promoting public awareness and understanding of communication disorders. This is reflected in her co-planning and participating in community literacy events, informative and interactive career building for adolescents, and preventative services for educational staff.

Sarah approaches therapy for those with communication disorders with energy, compassion, and an appreciation for how each person’s individuality and value contributes to society as a whole. Her experience led her to work with many different people experiencing one or several of the following communication disorders: fluency, articulation, voice, and language.