The HEDCO Clinic will be closed from September 18th, 2023, through September 22nd, 2023 for training purposes. We will not be able to answer to your calls. If there is an urgent issue, please call White Bird Clinic at 541-687-4000, or Emergency Services by dialing 9-1-1.

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Meet the HEDCO Clinic Team

The clinic is staffed by graduate students in training who are directly supervised by licensed and/or board certified specialists. This model of care ensures that each client receives services in evidence-based state of the art treatment approaches.

Wendy Hadley
Julie and Keith Thomson Chair and HEDCO Clinic Director

Wendy Hadley, PhD, received her degree in clinical child psychology and behavioral medicine from the University of Memphis in 2003. She completed her internship and postdoctoral fellowship within the Brown University Clinical Consortium. Dr. Hadley then joined the pediatric psychology faculty at Hasbro Children’s Hospital in 2005.

Jody Ferguson
HEDCO Clinic Manager

Jody has committed her time and passion to healthcare since 2010. The 4 years prior to joining the HEDCO Clinic at the College of Education, she was a Clinical Research Coordinator and EEG Technician working in Neurology.

Talia Keene
HEDCO Clinic Assistant Manager

Talia Keene was born in Portland, Oregon. She was raised across the country, ultimately returning to the Pacific Northwest. She moved to Eugene in 2016 to attend the University of Oregon. She studied communications while she was a student and was a leader in ASUO. She takes pride in helping advocate for the LGBTQ+ community.

Tiffany Brown
Director of the Center for Healthy Relationships

Dr. Tiffany Brown (she/her) is a ‘double duck’ (BS and MEd) and received her doctoral degree in marriage and family therapy from Texas Tech University in 2009. She is the Clinical Director of the Couples and Family Therapy program and the Director of the Center for Healthy Relationships. She joined the faculty of the College of Education in 2008.

Jen Meyer
Director of Clinical Education Speech Language and Hearing Center Communication Disorders and Sciences

Jen Meyer has been at the College of Education since 2010 and serves as the HEDCO Clinic Director of Clinical Education, Communication Disorders and Sciences program. She has a MS degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and prior to coming to the University, Jennifer worked with adult and geriatric clients in a variety of settings.

Karrie Walters
Director of the Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessment Center

Karrie Walters, PhD, is a licensed psychologist who specializes in psychological assessment, differential diagnosis and child/family interventions. As the clinical director of the HEDCO Comprehensive Diagnostic Assessment Clinic (CDAC), Karrie provides training and supervision to doctoral students in school, counseling and clinical psychology.

Beth Stormshak
Director of the Child and Family Center

Beth Stormshak, PhD, director of the Prevention Science Institute, has expertise in the area of prevention, including prevention of substance use, problem behavior, and later mental health problems in children and youths. Her research focuses on the development of family-centered, model-driven interventions designed to reduce problem behavior and promote successful developmental transitions.

Jessica Cronce
Director of the Counseling Psychology Center

Jessica M. Cronce, PhD, received her degree in clinical psychology from Yale University in 2009 and joined the UO faculty in 2015. She is an Associate Professor, Director of the Counseling Psychology Center (CPC) in the HEDCO Clinic, and a licensed psychologist.

Wendy Machalicek
Director of the ABA Autism Clinic

Wendy Machalicek is an Associate Professor in Special Education and director of the Pearl Duck Autism Center. She received her MA and PhD in Special Education from the University of Texas, Austin and has been with the College of Education since 2008 and currently directs the HEDCO Clinic autism assessment and applied behavior analysis services.

Student Clinicians
College of Education Graduate Students

The HEDCO Clinic trains over 120 graduate students every year. They serve the local community as they work towards their degrees in a variety of fields, depending on which clinic they are training under. They receive direct supervision from licensed leaders in their fields of study, while learning evidence-based treatment and therapy. 


HEDCO Clinic Reception
Student Receptionists

Our reception are available to take your call and answer your questions. The HEDCO Clinic employs a team of 7 University of Oregon students, many of which go on to be student clinicians under the HEDCO Clinic. They are able to assist with getting you on our waitlists, assist with payments, assist student clinicians, and many other tasks around the clinic.


AnnaCecilia McWhirter
David & Nancy Petrone Post Doctoral Fellow

Anna Cecilia McWhirter, PhD, is a bilingual psychologist resident and David and Nancy Petrone Post-Doctoral Fellow at the HEDCO clinic.

Diana Geronimo
CHR Clinical Supervisor

Diana has a Master’s of Science in Couples and Family Therapy from the University of Oregon.

Jeff Todahl
CHR Clinical Supervisor

Dr. Todahl is an Associate Professor and the director for the Couples and Family Therapy Program (Counseling Psychology and Human Services Department) and co-Director and Director of Research of the Center for the Prevention of Abuse and Neglect.

Jessica Williams
CHR Clinical Supervisor

Jessica Williams, LMFT (she/her) is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and clinical supervisor working with adults, romantic partnerships, and families. She employs an integrative approach consisting primarily of Narrative Therapy, Mindful Self-compassion, and EMDR (eye movement desensitization and reprocessing).

Amanda Montoya
SLHC Clinical Supervisor

Amanda Montoya is a Clinical Supervisor in the Clinic for Acquired Adult Language and Motor Speech Disorders (CAALMS) at the University of Oregon's Speech-Language-Hearing Center.

Amanda Thompson
SLHC Clinical Supervisor

Amanda Thompson provides clinical supervision services at the University of Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Center. She is a UO alumni who received her MS in Communication Disorders and Sciences in 2013. Prior to joining the University, Amanda worked in a variety of medical settings serving primarily adult clients.

Danielle Jones
SLHC Clinical Supervisor

Danielle Jones (she/her) is a pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist specializing in child language disorders and speech sound disorders. She earned her MS in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Loma Linda University and primarily worked in the public schools and outpatient clinical settings.

Elise Peltier
SLHC Clinical Supervisor

Elise Peltier provides clinical supervision services at the University of Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Center. Prior to joining the University, Elise worked in the medical setting serving adult clients. She currently leads the Clinic for Adults with Aquired Language and Motor Speech Disorders (CAALMS). She is a Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) certified clinician.

Emily Adler Mosqueda
SLHC Clinical Supervisor

Emily Adler Mosqueda, MS, CCC-SLP (she/her/ella) is a bicultural Latina, life-long resident of Eugene, Assistant Clinical Professor and Supervisor in the department of Communication Disorders and Sciences at the University of Oregon, a bilingual speech-language pathologist, and author.

Jarrod Zinser
SLHC Clinical Supervisor
Jayme Sloan
SLHC Clinical Supervisor

Jayme has been with the University of Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Center since 2018. She is a lifelong Eugene resident, receiving her BA from the University of Oregon and MS from Nova Southeastern University.

Jeanine Geisler Brush
SLHC Clinical Supervisor

Jeanine Geisler provides clinical supervision services at the University of Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Center. Prior to joining the University, Jeanine worked in a variety of medical settings serving both pediatric and adult clients.

Jess Robinson
SLHC Clinical Supervisor


Jessica Fanning
SLHC Clinical Supervisor

Dr. Fanning is a Clinical Associate Professor in the Communication Disorders and Sciences (CDS) Program. In addition to teaching graduate and undergraduate courses within the CDS program, she is the director of the University of Oregon Fluency Center within the UO HEDCO Clinic.

Jessica Olive
SLHC Clinical Supervisor
Kate Griffith
SLHC Clinical Supervisor

Kate Griffith is a clinical supervisor at the University of Oregon Speech-Language-Hearing Center. Kate received both her B.S. in Speech and Hearing Sciences and her M.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Portland State University.

Katie Mason
SLHC Clinical Supervisor

Katie has clinical assessment and treatment experience across a variety of speech and language disorders in preschool and school age children. She has worked with children with special needs and their families since 2005 in the public schools K-12 and in Early Childhood Special Education.

Michelle Bunn
SLHC Clinical Supervisor
Miyoko Patricelli
SLHC Clinical Supervisor

Miyoko serves as a clinical supervisor for the Communication Disorders and Sciences graduate program in the Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) clinic. She is licensed by the Oregon Board of Examiners in Speech-Language Pathology and by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). She has served as a Speech Language Pathologist in across an array of settings.

Shelley Watson
SLHC Clinical Supervisor

Shelley is an Oregon Board and American Speech-Language-Hearing Association certified Speech-Language Pathologist. She began her career serving children with a variety of speech and language disorders in the Eugene 4J School District in 2005. In 2015 she started specializing in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) to assist children with complex communication needs.

Sierra Corbin
SLHC Clinical Supervisor

Sierra is a Clinical Supervisor in the Clinic for Adults with Acquired Language and Motor Speech Disorders (CAALMS). She supervises graduate students with individual clients, as well as a Reminiscence Therapy (RT) group held in a care facility, and other communication groups within the community.

Anne Marie Mauricio
CFC Clinical Supervisor

Dr. Anne Marie Mauricio is a Family Intervention Scientist and Associate Research Professor at the Prevention Science Institute. She is also faculty and Associate Director of the Prevention Science graduate program, and a clinical supervisor at the Child and Family Center at the HEDCO Clinic.

Frank Mojekwu
CFC Graduate Teaching Fellow
Stephanie Shire
ABA Clinical Supervisor

Stephanie Shire is an Assistant Professor in Early Intervention and Early Childhood Special Education. Her research interests focus on the development, adaptation, and real world effectiveness of intervention programs for children with autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders examined through community partnerships in both low and high resource settings.