Our Faculty and Staff - Lorriann Mahan, M.S., CCC-SLP
Lorriann Mahan works part time for the department as a lecturer, clinical educator, and staff speech-language pathologist. In addition to academic teaching and advising, she provides clinical supervision for graduate students at the Conley Speech, Language and Hearing Center. For 15 years, Ms. Mahan worked in the public schools with kindergarten to eighth grade students. She had a private practice that focused primarily on children ages 12 months to elementary age, where she used a family-centered treatment approach. Areas of interest include phonological development and delay/disorder, childhood apraxia of speech, language learning impairment and autism spectrum disorder.
- M.S. 1986 Boston University (Speech and Language Pathology)
- B.S. 1979 University of Maine at Farmington (Speech Correction and Elementary Education)
- CSD 684 Seminar in Clinical Procedures II
- CSD 686 Clinical Practicum: Speech-Language Pathology
- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
- Maine Speech-Language-Hearing Association