Cayla White, M.S., CCC-SLP

Cayla White
Clinical Coordinator, Lecturer

Speech-Language Pathology
School of Health Sciences
  • M.S., Communication Sciences and Disorders, Southern Connecticut State University, 2014
  • B.S., Communication Sciences and Disorders, Southern Connecticut State University, 2012
About Cayla

Cayla White became an ASHA certified speech and language pathologist in 2015 and has experience working with various age populations across diverse settings. Cayla’s clinical interests include: pediatric communication disorders; interdisciplinary practice and caregiver education; clinical education/supervision.

Cayla’s specified area of interest is child-language development/disorders and school-based speech and language pathology practice. She is passionate about early childhood communication development and assisting families with skills and resources to help children optimize communication development.

Within the academic setting, Cayla has taught courses in the speech and language pathology graduate program, speech and language pathology concentration and health sciences program. She has also taken on the role as a clinical educator for speech and language pathology graduate students and has enjoyed supporting and educating students within graduate-level clinical practicum experiences.

Courses Taught
  • HLTH 2400 Introduction to Communication Disorders
  • HLTH 3401-Introduction to Speech Science
  • HLTH 2402-Language Development and Acquisition
  • HLTH 1100-Introduction to Health Professions
  • HLTH 1141-Pandemics and Public Health Threats
  • SLPA 6606-Evidence-Based Practice in Clinical Applications
  • SLPA 6630-Clinical Practicum II Seminar
  • SLPA 6805-Clinical Practicum III Seminar
  • COMM 1130-Principles of Communication