Mrs. Mathews

Lauren Matthews, MS, CCC-SLP
Principal Lecturer, Director of Undergraduate Studies
Office #: 
UNT Speech & Hearing Center, 237


Lauren Mathews MS, CCC/SLP, received her BS from Texas Christian University and MS from University of Texas at Dallas.  Mrs. Mathews has worked in numerous settings including pediatric medical outpatient and inpatient facilities, the Director of Quality Assurance for a pediatric home health agency and has worked at the University of North Texas (UNT) since 2005.  She is currently a Senior Lecturer at UNT where she has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of speech and language development, language disorders, clinical methods, diagnostics and Autism Spectrum Disorders.  She has also supervised students and seen clients at the UNT Speech and Hearing Clinic and at the UNT Kristen Farmer Autism Center.  Mrs. Mathews’ clinical and research passion is with children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders specifically individuals who are non-verbal, Theory of Mind difficulties and auditory processing difficulties.  Mrs. Mathews is certified in both the DIR Model and Hanen Program.   Mrs. Mathews has been active in the Texas Speech-Language Hearing Association (TSHA) and the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) in various roles throughout the years.  She is a past awardee of the TSHA Awards of Honor and received numerous Certificates of Appreciation throughout the years for her service to the association.  

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