Andi Quesenberry completed her bachelor’s degree in communication disorders and went on to receive her masters in speech-language pathology from the University of Texas at Dallas in 2003. She is licensed through the State of Texas and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA.) Her specialties include, but are not limited to, feeding therapy and disorders, socialization skills, play-based skills, and neurogenic communication disorders, with children, adolescents, and people with Autism.
Andi’s therapy sessions promote the Total Language Approach and value all forms of communication, including sign and alternative communication (AAC). She has vast experience working with individuals with Autism, down syndrome, apraxia of speech, phonological disorders, and language processing deficits. She has had experience with The Listening Program, PECS, and Proloquo2Go.
With a strong interest in the family dynamic, Andi finds deep reward in not only addressing the individual but the whole family as well. She was drawn to the field of speech-language pathology for its ability to empower others to improve communication, as it is a crucial part of human existence.
Andi and her husband reside in Prosper, Texas with their twin daughters and son. She enjoys reading, playing games, and anything that feels like quality time with family.