What to Expect

Eugene Speech Therapy provides compassionate care that works by offering:​

• Compassionate, client-centered and adaptable approach

• Evidence-based and effective techniques

• Community involvement to enhance access and opportunities

• Individualized care plans that take into account client goals and lifestyle,

   ensuring meaningful outcomes and happy clients
• Flexible hours and locations (clients seen in office, home, or via tele-                 practice)

• Dedicated and supportive work with minorities and those in the LGBTQIA+         community 

• Consistent re-evaluation to ensure value, reach, and effectiveness

Eugene Speech Therapy LLC aims to affect positive change within the community by offering evidence-based communication and swallowing services. We provide comprehensive, client-centered therapy that serves the client as a whole person and ensures life changing outcomes.

Sierra Corbin, M.S.Ed, CCC-SLP | Therapist + Owner

"I began my path in speech-language pathology as a volunteer with ShelterCare in Eugene, Oregon, mentoring a survivor of traumatic brain injury. I have since expanded my career and expertise, earning a master's degree, completing an internship in a Primary Stroke Center hospital, and working for several years in skilled nursing facilities. I also currently work at the University of Oregon's Communication Disorders and Sciences program, supervising graduate students and implementing community programs.

Many areas of speech-language pathology fascinate me and I have since developed high-tech communication systems, allowed people with severe swallowing problems to eat again, assisted in improving the voice, and helped people to understand what they are going though, how to build on their strengths, and to face their new challenges with confidence. Of course, what I love about my job is that my clients often teach me valuable lessons about life and hope."


• Master of Science in Education for Speech-Language        Pathology, University of Nebraska, 2014
Bachelor of Arts for Communication Disorders and             Sciences, University of Oregon, 2009

Professional Associations

Sierra is a member of the ASHA special interest groups Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders, Voice Disorders, and Neurogenic Communication Disorders.

Community Education

Sierra uploads educational videos on her Youtube channel, "Eugene Speech Therapy", which has 1.4million views. Visit her page at youtube.com/eugenespeechtherapy 


• Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Certified
• American Speech-Language Hearing Association              Certification
• Oregon licensed

• CPR/First aid certified 

• SPEAK OUT! Provider


• American Parkinson's Disease Association Grant               Winner 2019 and 2020

Parkinson Voice Project Grant Winner: 2018 and 2019

• ASHA ACE (Award for Continuing Education) 2018;             completing over 80 contact hours in three years

Amanda Thompson, M.S, CCC-SLP | Contract Therapist

Amanda is a medically based speech language pathologist who has worked for a variety of health care organizations with clients across the health care continuum including acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient rehabilitation, home health, and hospice services. She has worked with clients with a wide range of speech, language, cognition, and swallowing related concerns, however, her primary specialty areas include dysphagia evaluations and management and cognitive rehabilitation. In addition to being a practicing speech language pathologist, Amanda is also a clinical supervisor for speech pathology graduate students at the University of Oregon. She is passionate about providing effective, person-centered, and evidenced based treatment options for her clients. Outside of work, she spends the majority of her time enjoying the beautiful PNW on her bikes, paddle board, or two feet.


• BS in Communication Sciences and Disorders,        Chico State University, 2011

• MS in Communication Disorders and Sciences,        University of Oregon, 2013


• American Speech-Language Hearing Association                Certification

• Oregon Licensed

• CPR and First Aid Certified

Amanda Montoya, M.S, CCC-SLP | Contract Therapist

While working as a preschool teacher, Amanda was inspired to pursue a career in Speech-Language pathology after watching a SLP foster the communication skills her little students needed to turn wild and wordless tantrums into, “Help, pwease.” Through earning her master’s degree to become a SLP herself and working with diverse patient populations in outpatient, inpatient, and acute care settings over the past five years, she discovered her passion for medical speech pathology. She specializes in rehabilitation to adults with swallowing, communication, and cognitive disorders from stroke, traumatic brain injury, head and neck cancer, GERD/esophageal disorders, MS, and other neurological disorders. She currently enjoys providing speech services at the Oregon Rehabilitation Center.  Driven by her Sicilian heritage and enthusiasm for every person having the right to enjoy a good meal, she is actively pursuing a Clinical Specialty Board Certification in Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders. Amanda believes eating, thinking, and communicating are some of the very basic gifts that make us human. She finds it an honor to work alongside patients and their families to create specific and engaging therapy plans to help regain these abilities as much as possible. When she is not providing SLP services, you can find Amanda with a coffee mug in hand, whipping up a good meal in the kitchen, on a volleyball court, or biking around town with her wonderful husband. 


• Master of Science, Communication Disorders and    Sciences University of Oregon, Eugene OR, 2015

• Bachelor of Science, Human Development and     Family Studies Colorado State University,

   Fort Collins CO 5/2009


• American Speech-Language Hearing Association Certification

• Oregon Licensed

• Registered MBSimP Clinician

• Basic Life Support for Health Providers Certified

Batool Kaghazwala | Scheduler

Batool has been in the medical field for the last 7 years. She has a deep understanding of the challenges faced by speech obstruction and is now committed to helping and facilitating people with different degrees of

speech pathology. 


Batool has an Associates degree in Radiography from the Joliet College in Illinois.

Deborah Heinrich, CPC | Billing

Deborah is the president and CEO of Diversified Revenue Solutions. Deborah has a vast amount of experience and knowledge in the healthcare services industry. She holds a certification in billing and coding. She loves to cook/bake, swim, garden, travel, shop till she drops, and drink lots of coffee.


Deborah has a certification in billing and coding.

Professional Associations

Member of the American Medical Billing Association

• Member of the American Academy of Professional            Coders

Holly Lee, B.S. | Graduate Intern

Holly Lee is a graduate student currently completing her externship at Eugene Speech Therapy. She is earning her degree from Northern Arizona University (located in Flagstaff, Arizona) and will become a Clinical Fellow (SLP-CF) in the fall. She is committed to providing high quality therapy to all her clients. Holly is entering this field with the firm belief that communication is one of the most important aspects of life, and everyone should be able to enjoy communication to the fullest extent possible. She has worked with a wide variety of clients, and plans to specialize in adult cognitive and voice disorders in the future. In her free time, Holly enjoys hiking, baking, and spending time with her family. 

South Eugene Wellness Center

3575 Donald Street

Suite 125
Eugene, OR 97405

Phone:  541.600.2028
Fax:  1.541.843-2833
Email: info@eugenespeechtherapy.com

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