Speech & Language Pathologists – Owners

Claudia Andrews – MSPA, CCC-SLP

2015-11-04-16-45-22-566Claudia graduated from the University of Washington, receiving a Bachelor of Science (1979) and a Master of Speech Pathology and Audiology (1981).  She has been an owner and partner at CCT since it was formed in 1989. Claudia brings more than 30 years of experience exclusively with the pediatric population, serving children with a wide range of speech and language therapy needs. Claudia considers herself to be a lifelong learner in the field, completing continuing education workshops and courses to stay current with new research and treatment strategies. Special clinical interests include autism spectrum disorders, childhood apraxia of speech and oral motor/feeding difficulties. The importance of early intervention fuels her strong interest in working with infants, toddlers and their families.  When not at work, Claudia enjoys spending time with her husband, visiting with her grown children and playing with her dog. She stays active exploring the Pacific Northwest, kayaking, hiking and beach-combing.

Linda Wishkoski – MSPA, CCC-SLP

LindaLinda graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Disorders (1979) and a Master of Speech Pathology and Audiology (1981) from the University of Washington. She has worked in clinic and hospital settings as well as in the public schools, and has been an owner and partner at CCT since it began 1989. Linda is certified in Neuro-Developmental Treatment, the Hanen Early Language Program, and PROMPT Level 1. Her experience includes treatment of developmental speech and language delays, speech disorders related to craniofacial abnormalities and children of limited English proficiency. Dyspraxia and cleft lip and palate are areas of particular clinical interest to Linda. She values the opportunity to work in collaboration with occupational and physical therapists with children with sensory processing differences. When she is not at work, Linda enjoys skiing, swimming, dancing the polka, making music with her family and maintaining her Spanish skills.