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Laura Bryce Willis

Laura Bryce Willis

Clinical Professor

Speech, Language & Hearing Sciences

Laura Bryce Willis

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1199 Haley Center

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By Appointment

About Me

Laura Willis is a clinical professor and SLP clinic coordinator at Auburn University. She enjoys working alongside graduate students to provide high quality services to clients and their families. Willis also teaches courses in clinical practicum and service provision, as well as leading an annual study abroad program. Prior to joining the Auburn University faculty, she was a speech pathologist at the Roosevelt Institute in Warm Springs, Georgia. Her area of specialty is literacy and adult neurogenics. She utilizes her training in Lindamood Bell programs to improve reading fluency and comprehension for children who are struggling to read. She is also certified to provide Lee Silverman Voice Treatment. Willis completed her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Auburn University. She has presented numerous regional/national presentations, authored journal articles and is a co-author of multiple editions of a professional textbook.

Research Interests

clinical supervision; adult speech, language, and cognitive disorders; literacy skills

Courses Taught

  • CMDS 4580: Introduction to Clinical Procedures in Speech Language Pathology
  • CMDS 4910: Undergraduate Clinical Practicum
  • CMDS 7500: Graduate Clinical Practicum
  • CMDS 7970: Special Topics: Global Perspectives in Speech-Language Pathology
  • LBAR 3910: Clinical Practicum in Liberal Arts