Nikita Pangarkar, M.A., CCC-SLP
Clinical Experience and Training
Nikita has had the privilege of working with students with a variety of language and learning profiles including dyslexia, learning differences (i.e., attention, twice exceptional, anxiety), stuttering, speech/articulation, and multicultural/bilingual influences on language development.
She is trained in the following methods:
Lindamood Bell, Biliteracy Squared, Neuhaus.
Her continuing education interests and training include:
attention and memory, emotions and learning, bilingual literacy development, and working memory and learning.
Master of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders
Bilingual & Multicultural Certification
University of Texas at Austin, 2015
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Educational Linguistics with a minor in Spanish
Trinity University, 2013