Alyssa Capeling

Alyssa Capeling

Clinical Supervisor and Instructor
Speech Language Pathologist

313.577.3339

bv1424@wayne.edu

Alyssa Capeling

 In 2003, Mrs. Capeling received her Master of Arts from Michigan State University. Her work experience in speech language pathology has included outpatient centers, private practices and serving as the senior speech language pathologist at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan. Post grad training has focused on developmental and relationship -based interventions (e.g. DIR FloorTime, Hanen Certification, SCERTS, PLAY project) as well as training in childhood apraxia of speech interventions (e.g. DTTC, ReST, PROMPT). In 2016, Mrs. Capeling began supervising as a part time clinical educator with Wayne State’s pediatric team while also providing speech and language services for her private clients. She taught the Graduate Phonology course at WSU in 2019 and 2020. SLP interests include the pragmatic impacts of speech sound disorders, early identification and treatment of autism spectrum disorder, auditory (re)habilitation and clinical education. Mrs. Capeling is married and has 3 daughters. Her loves are spending time with her family, reading and being outdoors.

Education

  • B.A. Communication Sciences and Disorders 2001 Northern Michigan University
  • M.A. Audiology and Speech Language Pathology 2003 Michigan State University

Awards and grants

  •  ACE Award from ASHA 2020

    ACE Award from AHSA 2018

Currently teaching

  •  SLP 7600 Phonology, 3 credits, Winter 2021

Courses taught

 SLP 7600 Phonology

Other qualifications directly relevant to courses taught

State of Michigan Professional License for Speech Language Pathology

 ASHA certified CCC-SLP