speech and language therapy

Speech and language disorders affect children and adults, impeding communication across the lifespan and at all levels of functioning – from requesting basic wants/needs to expressing ideas/opinions in conversation – and impacting the cognitive skills (e.g., planning, attention, memory, self-monitoring) necessary to participate in daily activities. Following a thorough evaluation to establish client-specific goals, therapy is provided for the following:

  • Articulation/Phonology
  • Apraxia of Speech
  • Receptive/Expressive Language
  • Stuttering/Fluency
  • Developmental Delays
  • Aphasia
  • Dysarthria
  • Traumatic Brain Injury



accent modification

Everyone speaks with an accent. They are a normal, natural aspect of spoken language that can reflect your regional background or national origin. They are not a speech and language disorder. However, they can create a barrier in communication if others have difficulty understanding you. Accent modification is aimed at changing your accent – as much or as little as you want – in order to achieve your personal and professional goals by improving your communication in spoken English. An initial evaluation will identify the ways in which your unique manner of speaking English deviates from the standard, and a personal lesson plan will be created with goals tailored to helping you speak English in a way that is more easily understood by others.


I have the vision of helping people of all ages and language backgrounds to improve their communication skills and quality of life.

Megan Chamberlain Doup

m.a., CCc-slp, m.a.t. spanish


I am an Indiana-licensed speech-language pathologist with a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and a Professional Educator’s License from the Indiana State Department of Education. I earned a Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology from Indiana University and a Master of Arts in Teaching Spanish from IUPUI. I have certifications in Compton’s Pronouncing English as a Second Language (PESL) and the Modified Barium Swallow Impairment Profile (MBSImP), and I previously completed a certification course in Hanen’s “It Takes Two to Talk”. I have primarily practiced in clinical outpatient and medical inpatient settings, working with the Early Intervention (ages birth to 3) population, school-aged children, and adults.


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