Alexa Busler M.A., CCC-SLP
Alexa began her journey into the speech therapy world after exploring possible careers while getting her undergraduate degrees in psychology at the University of Pittsburgh. She has enjoyed working with children in many different capacities, working summer camp and after-school jobs during high school and college. This passion followed her through graduate school where she received her Masters in Speech-Language Pathology in 2015 from the University of Pittsburgh. While in graduate school gained experience working with both children and adults with diverse speech and language disorders in schools, outpatient offices, and hospitals.
After graduating, Alexa returned home to the Philadelphia area working at a pediatric outpatient center as well as preschool and early intervention services. She gained experience working with a diverse caseload of clients, including Autism, fluency disorders, apraxia of speech, articulation/phonological disorder, and language delays. She especially enjoyed collaborating with a team of occupational therapists to support her client's sensory processing needs.
Alexa joined MMTA in 2017. She conducts comprehensive communication evaluations and provides individual or group speech and language therapy to clients with a range of speech and language challenges. Her interests include Autism Spectrum Disorders, early language development, CAS, and the intersection between sensory processing and speech and language. Alexa is trained in Natural Language Acquisition (NLA) and Gestalt Language Processing. Additionally, she works in early intervention, providing community based therapy to children birth to 3 years old.