Laura Johnson, CCC-SLP, BCS-F
I’m Here to Help.
I am a certified member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and a licensed speech-language pathologist in the state of Wisconsin, California and Colorado. I will be happy to get licensed in your state upon request.
Spotlight on Stuttering is an online teletherapy only practice.
Facilitator leading speech groups at Camp Shout Out, a camp for children who stutter ages 8-18, from 2013 to the present.
Serving on the board for the American Board of Fluency and Fluency Disorders as Treasurer, January 2021 to the present.
- Speech Language Pathologist, Madison Metropolitan School District – 2001-2020
- Adjunct Lecturer for Fluency Disorders, University of Wisconsin/Whitewater –
Fall Terms 2015-16
- Adjunct Lecturer for Phonology/Fluency Disorders, University of Wisconsin/Madison, Fall Term 2017 and Fall Term 2018
- Presenter for the Madison School District on Fluency Topics
I have training and experience with the following therapies:
- Palin Parent Interaction Therapy
- Avoidance Reduction Therapy (ARTS)
- Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
Licenses and affiliations
- WI Department of Public Instruction
- WI Department of Safety and Professional Services
- Board Certification in Fluency Disorders by the American Board of Fluency and Fluency Disorders
- Certificate of Clinical Competence – American Speech Language Hearing Association
- Webinar on Assessment of Fluency Disorders for the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. (Online, September 2021)
- Wisconsin Speech Language Hearing Association State Convention (WISHA). (Appleton, 2015 and Green Bay, Feb 2019.)
- Ohio Speech Language Hearing Association State Convention
(Columbus, OH, March 11th, 2016).
- ASHA national conference in (Orlando FL Nov 2014) teaching a short course for how to become an expert in fluency.
Clinical Decision Making in Fluency Disorders Fluency Disorders – Book Review, Journal of Fluency Disorders. Volume 56.
How can we overcome the challenges of providing school-based fluency services? Seminars in Speech and Language, Volume 39, Issue 3. (Co-authored with K.Chmela)
Wisconsin eligibility criteria for a fluency disorder; criteria and guidelines, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, fall 2021.
All therapy is currently through teletherapy (or virtual) and hours are flexible to your needs.
Tues - Saturday: 10am - 6pm