Laura Bonazinga Bouyea, M.S., CCC-SLP she/her

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Laura Bonazinga Bouyea, M.S., CCC-SLP holds a certificate in Speech Language Pathology through the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA).  Ms. Bonazinga Bouyea is certified to assess, evaluate, and support the development of effective speech, language, social communication & social emotional regulation. Her graduate research in theory of mind and experience across clinical, community, and educational settings informs her expertise in dynamic assessment and the development of individualized services to support her clients priorities and goals.  

Ms. Bonazinga Bouyea was born in Vermont, and received her education and clinical training through the University of Vermont. She has worked with individuals across the age span , providing individualized services to increase language, effective communication, social understanding, and social emotional regulation. Additionally M. Bonazinga Bouyea has extensive experience in assessing and supporting social understanding and social relatedness to enhance connected communication for neurodivergent learners. She is a co-author and served on the advisory board for an informant assessment tool entitled The Theory of Mind Inventory (TOMI) as well as authored resources for interventions to support autism. She currently provides speech language therapy, social coaching, parent training, consultation, and professional trainings for several organizations as well as serves as social communication specialist for Mansfield Hall.

Previously Ms. Bonazinga Bouyea taught graduate courses in Language Disorders and Language Learning Disabilities at The University of Vermont and The Stern Center for Language and Learning. She continues to develop professional learning opportunities for Castleton University, Mansfield Hall, and Vermont Higher Education Collaborative. In her free time, she is an avid birder, and enjoys creating, skiing, getting outside and cooking.