MSc-SLP, CCC-SLP, Reg. SK
Miranda Miller is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist with experience working with children, youth, and adults. She obtained her undergraduate (BA-Hons) in Psychology with a minor in Linguistics at the University of Regina, and completed her masters in Speech Language Pathology at Minot State University. Miranda has worked in both health and education settings, and believes in the importance of using evidence informed practice. She works with a variety of communication needs, with a primary focus in the area of fluency (stuttering) with clients of all ages.
Miranda is a certified group facilitator for Hanen: It Takes Two to Talk and Hanen: Learning Language and Loving It programs. She is also certified in the Lidcombe Fluency Program and trained in the Palin Parent Child Interaction Therapy treatment approach for young children who stutter. She enjoys working with families and team members to create the best possible outcomes. Miranda lives in Regina with her husband, son, silly french bulldog and moody cat.