I’ve been a speech language pathologist for more than 20 years. I earned my undergraduate degree from Indiana University, Bloomington and my master’s degree in communicative disorders from University of Wisconsin-Madison. I’ve worked in school settings, clinic settings, and in early intervention. I’m always learning, investigating, and revising my understanding of the best methods for helping students learn. This desire to keep learning has led me to take numerous continuing education classes, through both online trainings and conferences.
I have experience working with children with varying abilities and backgrounds, not only as an SLP, but as a piano teacher, early childhood music and movement educator, and children’s choir director. I’m the mother of three children who not only bring me great joy, but who have also taught me more than any class ever could. My experiences give me lots of insight into what other parents may experience when their child has unexpected difficulty communicating, learning, or succeeding in life.
WI Department of Safety and Professional Services
WI Department of Public Instruction
Beth has taken continuing education from these organizations, among others:
International Dyslexia Association
Wilson Reading System
ASHA (American Speech-Language Hearing Association)
Rush Neurobehavioral Center
BCG Language & Literacy is dedicated to helping you or your child thrive. We believe that a trusting relationship developed over time is the most effective and efficient way to make progress on therapy goals. If an approach isn’t working, we will work together with you to find one that does. The benefit of private therapy is that we can easily and quickly flex our therapy goals based on your current needs.
When working with children, BCG L&L will stay in close contact with parents. Parents are always welcome to join therapy sessions if they feel that their presence supports their child’s learning.
When working with adults, BCG L&L will create documentation in coordination with the client.