Carolyn is a speech, language, and learning specialist who works with students in the areas of language, executive functions, auditory processing, memory, reading, writing and study skills. Carolyn has extensive experience working with elementary, high school and college students in public and private schools, in addition to clinic and home settings.  Her special interest is working with children and young adults who struggle with executive functions, specifically targeting memory, time management, planning, organization, flexibility and self-monitoring in order to increase performance in school and efficiency in life. 

Carolyn received both her B.S. and M.S. degrees in Communicative Disorders: Speech and Language Pathology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  She holds a California credential in Clinical or Rehabilitative Services and a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech and Language Pathology.  Additionally, Carolyn is trained in Lindamood-Bell LiPS® and Visualizing and Verbalizing® programs.  Carolyn has co-authored two books, No-Glamour Memory and Executive Functions Training Elementary.

Carolyn P. Snyder, MS, CCC-SLP

Constie is a speech, language, and learning specialist who specializes in strengthening executive function skills, increasing processing efficiency, improving reading and writing, and enhancing overall academic performance.  She has also worked as a traditional speech language pathologist, assessing and treating articulation, language, stuttering, voice, and social skills weaknesses in children through adults in public and private schools and clinics. 

Constie receivied her B.S. in Speech and Hearing Sciences from the University of Washington and her M.S. in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Constie worked briefly for Lindamood-Bell where she was trained in LiPS® and Visualizing and Verbalizing® programs, their decoding and reading comprehension programs.  Once Constie earned her Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Language Pathology, she and Carolyn started their first clinic in Palo Alto in 2000.  In 2005, Constie moved to the Seattle Area and opened a clinic in Bellevue, WA.  Her husband's job has now taken her to Howard County, Maryland where she has opened a clinic to serve the Washington D.C./Baltimore area. She has co-authored two books, Executive Function Skills Training Elementary and No-Glamour Memory.

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Carolyn P. Snyder, MS, CCC-SLP

Carolyn is a speech, language, and learning specialist who works with students in the areas of language, executive function, auditory processing, memory, reading, writing and study skills. Carolyn has extensive experience working with elementary, high school and college students in public and private schools, in addition to clinic and home settings.  Her special interest is working with children and young adults who struggle with executive functions, specifically targeting memory, time management, planning, organization, flexibility and self-monitoring in order to increase performance in school and efficiency in life. 

Carolyn received both her B.S. and M.S. degrees in Communicative Disorders: Speech and Language Pathology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  She holds a California credential in Clinical or Rehabilitative Services and a Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech and Language Pathology.  Additionally, Carolyn is trained in Lindamood-Bell LiPS® and Visualizing and Verbalizing® programs.  Carolyn has co-authored two books, No-Glamour Memory and Executive Functions Training Elementary.

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Constance Rozendaal, MS, CCC-SLP

Constie is a speech, language, and learning specialist who focuses on strengthening executive function skills, improving reading and writing, and enhancing the overall academic performance of school-age students. She has also worked as a traditional speech language pathologist, assessing and treating articulation, language, stuttering, and voice in children through adults in public and private schools and clinics. Her goal with all clients is to help boost performance, self-confidence, and independence. 

Constie received her B.S. in Speech and Hearing Sciences from the University of Washington and her M.S. in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  She worked briefly for Lindamood-Bell and was trained in their decoding and reading comprehension programs. After earning her Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech Language Pathology, Constie and Carolyn started their first clinic in Palo Alto, CA in 2000. Constie has since relocated to the Seattle area and is licensed in both California and Washington. This allows her the flexibility to offer teletherapy in the Bay Area and in-person services in Issaquah, WA. She has also co-authored two books, Executive Function Skills Training Elementary and No-Glamour Memory.