Our student clinicians are studying to become speech-language pathologists. They work with clients under the supervision of licensed speech-language pathologists who are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). During this two-year graduate program, students participate in hands-on clinical experiences. These opportunities help them become effective and exceptional speech-language pathologists in schools, hospitals, and private care. We pair academic requirements and student availability with client needs as we schedule services, plan offerings, and forecast service durations.

Services/What We Treat

A doctor helping an elderly patient
  • Aphasia
  • Apraxia
  • Autism spectrum disorders (ASD)
  • Childhood apraxia of speech (CAS)
  • Cleft plate
  • Cognitive-communication deficits such as memory
  • Dysarthria
  • Pediatric feeding difficulties
  • Social communication impairments
  • Speech sound disorders
  • Stuttering/fluency
  • Swallowing difficulties (dysphagia)
  • Traumatic brain injury and concussions
  • Voice and resonance disorders



The BYU Speech and Language Clinic is pleased to waive all fees for services at this time. BYU students also receive all services free of charge. There is a small no-show fee of $25 charged if a client does not show up for a scheduled session.

Operating Hours and Seasons

The clinic is open from September through mid-June, consistent with the academic calendar for fall and winter semesters and spring terms at BYU. Clinic hours are Monday through Thursday from 12pm to 6pm and closed on Friday.

Clinic Directory

Lee Robinson
Lee Robinson

163 TLRB


(801) 422-7650

Clinical Educators

Kerstine Hart
Kerstine Hart

105 TLRB


(801) 422-6462

Tracy Liu
Tracy Liu

158 TLRB


(801) 422-0283

Michele Smith

159 TLRB


(801) 422-4847

Barbara Taylor

140 TLRB


(801) 422-3077

Larkin Reeves




Cindy Sutton

158 TLRB



Jessica Harrison

158 TLRB