Eugenia “Maria” Diaz Mogollon

B.A., SLPA (licensed in California)

I provide teletherapy speech and language services under the supervision of a licensed SLP. I graduated from the George Washington University in 2018 with a Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders, followed by a 6-month practicum with San Joaquin Delta College. Throughout my entire career, I’ve been dedicated to working as a speech and language therapist, specializing in children’s therapy.

My professional journey has allowed me to make a meaningful impact on the lives of children, as well as support parents in maximizing success for young learners. Through collaboration with occupational therapists in GHS, I’ve cultivated my knowledge in sensory integration, enabling me to support children’s sensory needs in therapy. Additionally, I have pursued extensive continuing education courses related to speech sound disorders (SSD), augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), executive functioning and literacy.

Treatment Approach

Play-based, Child-led, Neurodiversity Affirming


Pediatric Speech and Language therapy, AAC, Speech Sound Disorders, Teletherapy

Joined GHS

Years in practice

Alma Mater

The George Washington University


English, Spanish

Additional Certifications

SSD therapy approaches (Minimal Pairs, Cycles, Complexity Approach, PML, /R/)

Development and Support of Executive Function

Supporting Emergent Literacy