Elise Peltier provides clinical supervision services at the University of Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Center. Prior to joining the University, Elise worked in the medical setting serving adult clients. She currently leads the Clinic for Adults with Aquired Language and Motor Speech Disorders (CAALMS) She is a Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) certified clinician. She is actively involved in leading groups supporting clients and families with treatment plans and social support at every step. She leads the Aphasia Book Club, a current events conversation group, a supported communication group for persons with primary progressive aphasia and their caregivers and works closely with the City of Eugene Adaptive Recreation to host Game Day.
M.A., Northern Arizona University Major: Communications Disorders and Sciences
B.A., Robert D Clark Honor's Collge, University of Oregon Major: Psychology