Sara Kadoch

Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech and Language Pathology, CCC-SLP

I graduated with a master’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology from Columbia University. Prior to my time at Columbia, I completed my undergraduate studies at UT Austin, majoring in Human Development and Family Sciences. I discovered my passion for working with children who have disabilities through volunteer work and babysitting.

I am now an active leader in Team Davis Juniors, a non-profit organization that supports children with disabilities in Davis. This role has allowed me to build community for families who often feel isolated, while also gaining experience working with a diverse group of children.

My therapy approach is play-based and child-led. I believe that creating a positive and nurturing environment is essential for fostering growth and progress. I aim to build trust and rapport with my young clients, making the entire experience enjoyable and engaging for them.

Above all, my goal is to prioritize connection over compliance. Establishing a strong bond with my clients and their families is crucial for successful therapy outcomes. By focusing on building relationships, I can better understand their unique needs. I am committed to providing exceptional care and support to every child I work with, and I look forward to the opportunity to make a positive impact in their lives.

Treatment Approach

Neurodivergent affirming, Gestalt, Narrative


Neurodivergent population, AAC, dysphagia (feeding and swallowing)

Joined GHS

Years in practice

Alma Mater

Columbia University

University of Texas at Austin



Additional Certifications

Natural Language Acquisition

Trauma-Informed Care for SLPs

Sensory Strategies to Boost Engagement in Autistic Students