Juliette Michelle Reese


I first discovered the field of speech and language pathology when I was in high school. I spent the following years volunteering at local elementary schools and observing a variety of speech language pathologists. I then completed my bachelor’s degree in 2019 and continued my education in the Master of Science program for speech-language pathology at CSU San Marcos. During my graduate program, I had the privilege of experiencing a variety of clinical placements working with the pediatric and adult population within school-based and private settings. Following graduation, I began my professional career completing my clinical fellowship with the pediatric population in a private practice setting.

I love working as a speech and language pathologist because I am passionate about ensuring all children have the opportunity to communicate and advocate for their wants and needs. I have enjoyed every moment of my career learning more about how to help kids love life and live it fully! I have had the privilege to gain direct experience in the following areas: articulation/phonology, voice, fluency, receptive/expressive language, pragmatics and augmentative and alternative communication. I am most passionate about providing child and family-centered care and embedding speech and language goals within motivational activities.

Treatment Approach

Play-based, Naturalistic, Child-lead, Functional


Pediatric speech-language pathology

Joined GHS

Years in practice

Alma Mater

California State University – San Marcos



Additional Certifications

Project ImPACT

Complexity Approach