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Joanna Guhit

Clinical Supervisor
College of Education, Communication Disorders and Sciences


Joanna Guhit is a Clinical Supervisor in the University of Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Center’s School-Age Specialty Clinic. Prior to joining the UO, she served as a pediatric speech-language pathologist in public school and private clinic settings. In the public schools, she led workshops and professional development opportunities focusing on social communication skills, complex communication needs, and speech sound disorders. Her primary areas of interest include evaluating and treating speech sound disorders, enhancing student engagement and the therapeutic alliance, and promoting interdisciplinary collaboration among school team members in order to accelerate student outcomes. She is also committed to learning about English-Tagalog bilingualism and encouraging increased BIPOC representation within the profession. In her work at the UO, she strives to guide graduate student clinicians as they utilize critical and creative thinking while developing meaningful, individualized treatment plans and supporting their clients’ communicative growth.


2016. M.S. Communication Disorders and Sciences
         University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

2013. Post-Baccalaureate Program, Communication Disorders and Sciences,
         University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

2012  B.S. Biological Sciences
         University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA

Honors and Awards

2019, 2022      Award for Continuing Education, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

2018               Educator of the Year (Specialist Category) Nominee, Springfield Education Association (SEA), Springfield Public Schools

2017               Conference and Credit Fund Recipient, Springfield Public Schools

2016               Speech-Language Pathology Scholarship Recipient, Oregon Department of Education

2016               Distinguished Master’s Capstone Project Award, University of Oregon

2014-2015       Graduate Teaching Fellowship, University of Oregon