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What to Expect

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

• Compassionate, client-centered and adaptable approach

• Evidence-based and effective techniques

• 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)

• Community involvement to enhance access and opportunities

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

• Consistent re-evaluation to ensure value 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 

"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, helped people with swallowing problems to eat safely, healed voices, educated on best communication treatments and strategies, and assisted clients in learning 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 group Voice and Voice Disorders


• American Speech-Language Hearing Association              Certification
• Oregon licensed

• Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Certified

• SPEAK OUT! Provider

• PhoRTE provider

• MTDP certified 

Community Involvement

Sierra uploads educational videos on her Youtube channel, "Eugene Speech Therapy", which has 1.9 million views. Visit her page at She also volunteers to lead the LOUD Crowd Parkinson's group while HEDCO is on break and speaks to music school voice students about vocal health.  


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

Parkinson Voice Project Grant Winner: 2018-2020

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

Betty Campbell-Ross

Betty Campbell-Ross, M.S, CCC-SLP | Therapist

A veteran with twenty years of service in the National Guard, Betty’s pathway to a Master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology started when she happened upon a news story on National Public Radio featuring speech-language-pathologists helping veteran patients with traumatic brain injuries. That radio program inspired her to explore becoming a speech-language-pathologist which eventually led to the University of Oregon’s program.

Prior to joining the Eugene Speech Therapy team, Betty externed at the VA in Roseburg, and worked for several years in skilled nursing/long term care facilities with diverse patient populations. Betty has rehabilitation experience with adults with swallowing, communication, and cognitive disorders affected by dementia, stroke, traumatic brain injury, head and neck cancer, and other neurological disorders. “My therapeutic approach is to improve my clients quality of life. We may not get back to 100%, but we’ll work hard to get as close as we can.”


When she is not providing SLP services, you can find Betty riding around town on a tandem with her husband, walking their hounds, trying to perfect her pizza crust, and working on the never-ending projects on their 1962 home.


• Master of Science, Communication Disorders and              Sciences

  Portland State University, 2015

• Bachelor of Arts, Mass Communications

  Illinois State University, 1988


• American Speech-Language Hearing Association                Certification

• Oregon Board Licensed

• MDTP Certified

• Basic Life Support for Health Providers Certified

Professional Associations

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

Karmen Steffan, M.S, CCC-SLP | Therapist (Teletherapy)

Karmen's journey to becoming a speech language pathologist started when she attended college to become a teacher. During one of her placements, she was asked to follow the speech pathologist for a few hours and she was hooked. When she realized she could work with adults, she was even more sure of her decision to change majors and pursue a master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology.


Over the years, Karmen has pursued further education and training specifically focusing on swallow disorders, voice therapy, and working with individuals who have had treatment for head and neck cancer. While working for a local hospital, Karmen started a voice and swallow clinic with an Ear, Nose, and Throat physician which led her to attend courses and training for laryngeal videostroboscopy, tracheoesophageal punctures and voice prosthesis management, and further refine her skills working with voice and

swallow disorders. Karmen also currently leads a Head and Neck support group in Bismarck, ND.


Karmen's past work experience includes a skilled nursing facility, memory care, inpatient rehab, acute care (hospital), outpatient, and mobile outpatient (outpatient therapy in the community or individual’s home).


In her spare time, Karmen enjoys all things outdoors-hiking, biking, fishing, camping, running, boating, and sometimes just relaxing in the sunshine.


• Masters in Speech, Language, Pathology, 2010

Minnesota State University Moorhead, Moorhead, MN

• Bachelor of Science in Speech, Language, Hearing Sciences, 2008

Minnesota State University Moorhead, Moorhead, MN


• Associate in Science, 2005

Bismarck State College, Bismarck, ND


Professional Associations

Leader of a Local Head and Neck Cancer Support Group


• American Speech-Language Hearing Association                Certification

• Oregon and North Dakota Board Licensed

Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT LOUD) Certified

Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation Certified

SPEAK OUT! Provider

• FEES Trained

• Laryngeal Videostroboscopy Trained

• Tracheoesophageal Puncture and Voice Prosthesis Trained

• Head and Neck Lymphedema Trained

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Sabreen NoorAli, M.S, CF-SLP | Therapist

Sabreen is a doctoral student at Communication Sciences & Disorders at the University of Oregon with a research focus on the early dual language development of Urdu – English bilingual speakers. She did her master’s in speech-language pathology from Pakistan and has worked in various settings including remote practice with a variety of disorders among children and adults. In Pakistan, she was working as a senior lecturer and speech pathologist at Ziauddin University Hospital. She has also worked at Aga Khan Hospital, Dow Hospital, Karachi Down Syndrome Program and URAAN therapy services. Sabreen has been an active social advocate of inclusive education for children with special needs.

Her other area of interests involves aphasia, dysphagia, neonatal and pediatric dysphagia, and language. She has extensive experience working with a multidisciplinary team, especially with behavior therapists, psychologists, and remedial therapists. She has recently been appointed as the General Hon. Secretary of Speech and Hearing Association of Pakistan along with her voluntary services at Pakistan Girl Guides Association as a Training Lead and Hon. Sec for Aga Khan Education Board. Her experience involves Aga Khan University Hospital, Dow University Hospital, Ziauddin College of Speech-Language and Hearing Sciences, and several school settings. Before moving to the US she has served Ziauddin University as a faculty and clinical supervisor for inpatient and outpatient clinics at the hospital. 

Sabreen loves to read fiction novels and aspires to create a bilingual language screener for developmental language disorders


• Master of Science, Speech and Language Pathology,          Ziauddin University, Pakistan, 2020

• Bachelor of Science, Speech and Language Pathology,      Ziauddin University, Pakistan, 2016


• American Speech-Language Hearing Association               Clinical Fellow

• Oregon Provisional License

• LSVT Certification

• FEES trained

• Oral Placement Therapy trained

• PECS trained

• Makaton trained

• Basic Life Support for Health Providers Certified

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