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Communication Disorders|College of Health Sciences

Lynda D. Coyle, M.S., CCC-SLP

Senior Lecturer
Director and Supervisor of Clinical Services in Speech-Language Pathology

M.S., University of Wisconsin at Eau Claire, 1982
B.A., Holy Names College, Oakland, CA., 1981 • (307) 766-5714 • Health Sciences, Room 267

Introduction to Communication Disorders

Affiliations, Associations, Consultation:

American Speech-Language & Hearing Association (ASHA)
ASHA Special Interest Division - Administration and supervision
Wyoming Speech and Hearing Association

Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology
Licensed by Wyoming Board of Speech Pathology

Lynda D. Coyle, M.S., CCC-SLP has been a clinical educator for over 17 years.  She is originally from Las, Vegas, Nevada, but has lived in numerous locations including Eau Claire, Wisconsin where she received her master’s degree in communication disorders.  Ms. Coyle is a Wyoming licensed and ASHA certified speech-language pathologist.  Although she is a ‘generalist’ when it comes to the age and disordered populations with whom she works, Ms. Coyle’s clinical interests include traumatic brain injury, voice disorders, stuttering, stroke and articulation disorders, including accent modification.  She has served the state’s professional speech, language and hearing association (WSHA) as its president and currently serves as chair of the scholarship committee and state liaison for the Intermountain Speech and Hearing Association (IMASH).  Along with a former graduate student, Ms. Coyle was instrumental in starting Laramie’s first Stroke Support Group.  She also serves as the National Stroke Association’s state representative as a resource for stroke survivors and their families.  Ms. Coyle teaches the (spring) undergraduate Introduction to Communication Disorders course and co-teaches the graduate level course for clinical practicum and is responsible for arranging all of the graduate clinical externships for students.

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