Speech-Language  Therapy

At Beach Kids Therapy Center we help children maximize their speech production, receptive and expressive language skills and social pragmatic use of language. Our speech and language pathologists and assistants are trained to work with children with various conditions ranging from early intervention to school age language and articulation disorders.

Stephanie Weisbecker, MS, CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Department Supervisor

Enneagram Type: Investigator

Qualities: Independent, Innovative

Stephanie enjoys working with children that have expressive/receptive language disorders, apraxia, dysfluency and articulation disorders. She loves seeing kids build skills that help them interact fully with the world around them. She feels the best part of her job is building relationships with her clients and getting them excited about using their language, in whatever form they can.

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Rachel Bosemer, MS, CCC-SLP

Enneagram Type: Reformer

Qualities: Purposeful, Perfectionist

Rachel’s favorite part of therapy is the moment that everything clicks or comes together and the child is overcome by their accomplishments. She also enjoys incorporating the gym and movement into her sessions. On the weekends you can find her in the desert as she races off-road ATV’s and UTV’s. She and her sister are some of the few girls out there! If she isn’t in the desert you can find her floating down the Colorado River, at the beach, or spending time with her family. Rachel is a proud mama to two big dogs, Jack, a 100 pound golden retriever wolf mix, and Sam, a German shepherd pit mix, whom she holds very close to her heart!


Meghan Morse, MS, CCC-SLP

Enneagram Type: Helper

Qualities: Caring, Generous

Meghan works with children of all ages to develop their expressive and receptive language skills. She is especially passionate about the use of AAC to enable children of all abilities to communicate. Meghan goes to great lengths to make her kiddos feel comfortable in the speech room and can often be found singing, dancing and acting as silly as possible. Meghan spends her time outside of Beach Kids running at the beach and cooking. She also frequently shares stories about her fur baby Walter and his seasonal bowties! 


Melanie Parker MS, CCC-SLP

Enneagram Type: Helper

Qualities: Caring, Enthusiastic

Melanie is passionate about working with children to help them reach their fullest potential through communication. She enjoys working with young clients and their families in a naturalistic way that promotes generalization outside of the therapy setting. She loves seeing children with articulation and orofacial myofunctional deficits find success through therapy. Melanie enjoys running, rock climbing, surfing, baking, and outdoor adventures with her dog Finley!

Karen Baker, SLPA

Enneagram Type: Peacemaker

Qualities: Reliable, Receptive

Karen loves working as part of a collaborative team at Beach Kids. Early intervention is something that she feels strongly about and finds joy in watching kids of all ages thrive with the proper intervention. She adores working with children with Apraxia and motor planning difficulties. She wants to see your kids soar and is here to keep them motivated every step of the way. Being a mother to two young boys she knows how important it is to encourage your children— her calm voice is an added bonus! She spends her weekends adventuring with her family and their golden retriever, Daisy.

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Katie Diomartich, MS, CCC-SLP

Enneagram Type: The Achiever

Qualities: Adaptive, Excelling

Katie loves being able to help children find their voice, and help them learn to effectively communicate with other people. She loves seeing how excited a kiddo gets when they realize that they are reaching their goals and becoming a better communicator. Katie specifically enjoys working with children with apraxia, language delays, and pragmatic disorders.

She is currently in graduate school to become an SLP at the University of Wisconsin- Eau Claire.

Outside of work, she loves to play with my cat, relax at the beach, and watch sports.


Alin Kabounian, SLPA

Enneagram Type: Achiever

Qualities: Driven, Authenticity

Alin is an experienced SLPA whom enjoys working with young children diagnosed with apraxia, articulation, and expressive and receptive language disorders. She strongly believes that communication with families and their involvement is crucial to help children generalize the skills they learn in a therapy setting. Alin loves working with children and is thrilled to be working with your little ones! Her time away from Beach Kids Therapy Center is spent with her friends and family.


Alyssa Conrad, SLPA
Enneagram Type: Achiever
Qualities: Patient, Hardworking

Alyssa loves working with children across all ages with a variety of disorders, including articulation, autism, apraxia, and receptive/expressive language. She loves becoming involved in her clients’ lives and seeing them soar. Her years of experience working with special needs children have taught her the patience and understanding that will help your children reach their most challenging goals. When Alyssa isn't a SLPA, she is on the soccer field, in a workout class or at the beach with her friends and family!


Riley Makenna Phillips, MS, CCC-SLP
Enneagram Type: Advocate
Qualities: Dedicated, fun-loving

As a native-born Californian, Riley could not resist the 'Beach Kids' name and the people that came with it. Her love for life and others drew her into the world of Speech when she was just 9 years old, and she has been advancing her passion ever since. Finishing her education from one coast to the other, Riley has now begun her Clinical Fellowship, further developing her approach to early language, speech production, social skills, and stuttering. As Riley explains, "There is something so magical about the world of pediatrics, where Olaf can teach you about letters, animals share your first words, and "problems" seem to constantly be redefined (I mean, who is to say what is small or big anyways?). It invites you to remember what really matters most in life."