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Bringing You Fun, Creative, and Functional Approach to Therapy


Your Local Speech and Occupational Therapist for Children and Young Adults

Aubrey Pediatric Speech Therapy is a therapist owned private practice in Aubrey, Texas.  We provide extensive bilingual diagnostic evaluations, and evidence based Speech and Occupational Therapy to children, adolescents and young adults in a fun, creative and family- friendly facility. We strive to improve your child’s speech, language, social skills  and fine motor skills that are useful in a variety of social settings and situations.

Contact us to learn more about our speech and occupational therapy program.  We accept questions and parent consultations over the phone.  

Aubrey Pediatric Speech Therapy facility telephone:  (940) 488-5110


Our Vision

Our vision is to be the leader in providing excellent and professional bilingual speech therapy and occupational therapy within our community. We are dedicated to supporting families by improving their child’s developmental challenges through evidence-based therapies and innovative and functional activities.


Our Dedicated Team of Speech Pathologists and Occupational Therapist

Vanessa M. Alsabrook, M.S. CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

"Everybody Has A Voice"

Vanessa has a dual Master’s Degree in Deaf Education and Speech and Language Pathology, which she earned from Texas Woman’s University. She’s a bilingual speech-language pathologist with 23 years of experience offering speech therapy services in both English and Spanish.

Vanessa gained her experiences from Early Childhood Intervention, Home Health Agencies, Outpatient Autism Clinic, Select Rehabilitation, and as the Therapy Inpatient Manager for Baylor Scott & White Rehabilitation-Frisco.

Throughout her career, she has presented many speech therapy and swallowing (Dysphagia) education presentations and completed competency training to the staff with therapists and nurses.

After 9 years of working at the hospital, she took some time off to spend with her family. During this time, she noticed that her own community needed speech therapy services. So, she decided to pursue her long-term goal and opened her private practice to serve her community.

She has had the opportunity to work professionally with infants and children with developmental delays, feeding and swallowing difficulties, oral motor disorders, Down Syndrome, Autism, Childhood Apraxia, Language-Delays, Fluency or Stuttering Disorders, and Articulation and Phonological delays. She has also worked with adults with neurological deficits, brain injuries, and strokes.

Throughout her years of experience, she’s been professionally recognized as “Employee of the Month,” “Going Over and Beyond,” and presented with the “Life Saver Award.” She also serves as a Clinical Supervisor for speech therapy graduate students of Texas Woman’s University. Vanessa is affiliated with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and is VitalStim certified in pediatric and adult care.

In January 2019, her family was recognized on the cover of their community’s magazine Lake & Country Living as the resident feature for the month.


Sarah J. Brock, M.S. CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

"Never assume a person who has difficulty communicating has nothing to say."

Sarah graduated from Texas Woman's University in Denton, Texas. She has been practicing as a speech-language pathologist since 2014. She has gained excellent experience working at elementary schools and pediatric rehabs.

Elise Gamboa, B.S., SLP- Assistant 

Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant

"There is a voice that doesn't use words."

Elise graduated from the University of Texas in Rio Grande Valley with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Science Disorders and General Rehabilitation Services. She is a certified speech-language pathologist assistant and has experience in offering speech therapy in both English and Spanish.


She has worked professionally with infants and children with developmental delays, feeding and swallowing difficulties, oral motor disorders, down syndrome, autism, childhood apraxia, language delays, fluency or stuttering disorders, and articulation and phonological delays.


Elise is driven to develop long-term relationships and communicate with special needs children to help them better communicate with their families.


Mallory McCoy, OTR

Occupational Therapist

"You can discover more about a person in an hour of play then in a year of conversation."

Mallory received her Master of Occupational Therapy degree at Texas Woman’s University. Mallory has experience in pediatrics with developmental delays, sensory processing disorder, fine motor delays, gross motor delays, vision deficits, motor planning difficulties, Autism, ADD, and ADHD.

Cheryl Credille, B.S., SLP-Assistant

Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant

The basic building block of good communications is the feeling that every human being is unique and of value."


Carlea Mendoza, B.S., SLP-Assistant

Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant

"The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn't said."   

Carlea graduated from the University of Texas at Dallas with a bachelor's degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. She has experience working with adults and children with various disorders, including articulation and phonological disorders, language delays, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, and Cerebral palsy. Carlea is dedicated to helping her clients improve their communication skills and quality of life and is known for her patience and compassion towards her clients.

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