Deborah Mode, M.S., CCC-SLP

Deborah Mode M.S., CCC-SLP joined Monkey Mouths in 2018 as a bilingual speech-language pathologist with over 20 years of experience.  She also has a 2nd master’s degree in Autism Spectrum Disorders.  Deborah recently moved to Texas after owning her own private practice in Massachusetts and has assumed the position of Clinical Director in our Coppell locaton.   She has dedicated the majority of her career to learning how to serve children with autism.  In addition to her master’s in autism, she has trained in Social Thinking, Visualizing and Verbalizing with Vincent Carbone, BCBA, PhD, in PECS, in Orton-Gillingham reading instruction and more.  Deborah is originally from the Dominican Republic, so Spanish is her first language and she enjoys helping Spanish speaking families. Deborah is married and has 2 children.  
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Bilingual Speech-Language Pathologist
Oral-Myofunctional Therapist
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