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Speech-Language Pathology

Department of Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology

Teresa Boggs M.S.
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Teresa  Boggs Ph.D. CCC-SLP

Director of Clinical Services
Speech-Language Pathology
Contact:
423-439-4535 /
Lamb Hall Room 370

EDUCATION

2016     PhD, Early Childhood Education, East Tennessee State University

1990     MS, Speech Language Pathology, East Tennessee State University

1988     BS, Speech and Hearing Sciences, East Tennessee State University

TEACHING

  • Clinical Processes
  • Child Clinic: Evaluation and Treatment
  • Advanced Clinic: Evaluation and Treatment 
  • Clinical Externship: Evaluation and Treatment
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

CLINICAL INTERESTS

  • Autism and Related Communication Disorders
  • Early Language Intervention
  • Feeding Disorders
  • Clinical Supervision

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Pediatric Feeding Disorders
  • Environmental Modifications and Visual Supports for Children with Autism

 Selected Publications

 

Selected Manuscripts
Boggs, T. (2016). The Effects of Environmental Modifications and Visual Supports in the Home on Engagement and Challenging Behaviors in Children with Autism.  (2016). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Paper 3099. http://dc.etsu.edu/etd/3099

 

Boggs, T. & Ferguson, N. (2016). A Little PEP Goes a Long Way in the Treatment of Pediatric Feeding Disorders. Perspect ASHA SIGs, 1 (SIG 13), 26-37. Doi: 10.1044/persp1 SIG 13.26

 
Poster Presentations
Johnson, M., Boggs, T., Greer, L., & Isbel, C., (2017). The Positive Eating Program:  An Interprofessional Approach to the Treatment of Neurodevelopmental Feeding Challenges. Food Nutrition Conference and Expo, Chicago, IL.

 

Boggs, T. & Ratliff, B. (2014). The Effects of Social Validity on East Tennessee State University’s Positive Eating Program. ETSU, Student Research Forum. 

 

Selected or Invited Presentations
Boggs, T., and Greer, L. (2019, May). Supervisor Share: Guiding Future Colleagues. East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN.

 

Boggs, T. and Greer, L. (2018, August). Making Mealtime more than a Mess: Utilizing Principles from the Positive Eating Program. Presented at 2018 Planting the Seeds & Making a Difference Child Care & Development Conference, Knoxville, TN.

 

Boggs, T., & Greer, L. (2018) Behavior and Sensory Based Feeding Disorders. McCulloh Therapeutic Solutions Annual Conference. Greenville, SC.

 

Boggs, T., Greer, L., & Johnson, M. (2017). Making Mealtime More than a Mess. Annual Early Childhood Conference.  Johnson City, TN.

 

Boggs, T. (2016).  Understanding and Adapting Summer Programs to Meet the Needs of Children with ASD.  City of Johnson City Parks and Recreation, Johnson City, TN.

 

Boggs, T. (2015).  Eating Disorders in Young Children. Keynote speaker at 5th Annual Infant Toddler Conference.

 

Boggs, T. (2013).  Book Reading as a Means for Increasing Oral Language Skills. 3rd Annual Infant Toddler Conference.

 

Boggs, T. (2012).  Positive Eating Program.  53st Annual Early Childhood Conferences. 

 

Boggs, T. (2012).  Understanding Autism for the Early Childhood Provider.  52st Annual Early Childhood Conferences. 

 

Boggs, T. (2011).  Sharing Sensitive Information with Parents:  A Guide for Early Childhood Educators.  51st Annual Early Childhood Conferences. 

 

Boggs, T. & Acres, L. (2009).  Sharing Sensitive Information with Parents: A Guide for Discussing Speech and Language Concerns. National Association for Education of Young Child, Washington, D.C.

 

Boggs, T. (2009).  Adapting Parks and Recreation Programs to Meet the Needs of Children with Special Needs.  Tennessee Association of Parks and Recreation, Kingsport, TN.

 

Boggs, T. (2001-2002).  Autism Strand:  Promoting Communication and Interaction Skills in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  Early Childhood Conference, Johnson City, TN.

 

Boggs, T. (2000).  Adapting Art for Children with Special Needs.  Early Childhood Conference, Johnson City, TN.

 

Williams, A.L., & Boggs, T. (2000).  Efficacy in clinical education:  Comparison of supervisory models.  Poster presented at the annual conventions of the Tennessee Association of Audiologist and Speech-Language pathologist, Chattanooga, TN; America Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Washington, D.C.

 

Boggs, T. (2000).  Sharing Sensitive Information with Parents:  A Guide for Discussing Speech, Language, and Developmental Concerns.  Early Childhood Conference, Johnson City, TN.

 

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