Natalie Erling has been working with the pediatric population for over 6 years, with a focus on providing therapy to children on the autism spectrum. Natalie earned her Bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Dakota Wesleyan University in 2011 and received her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from The University of South Dakota in 2014. During her graduate program, Natalie did the majority of her clinical hours and internships within a pediatric clinic setting. Upon receiving her Master’s degree, Natalie moved to Arizona from South Dakota to work within Gilbert Public Schools as a licensed and certified speech-language pathologist. There she provided services within early intervention programs, the general education population and self-contained classrooms designed for students on the autism spectrum. Her therapy experience includes stuttering, voice, motor and speech sound disorders, language disorders, feeding and swallowing, early intervention, and pragmatic language disorders. Natalie’s clinical focus includes autism spectrum disorder, feeding and swallowing therapy, and the clinical collaboration of BCBAs and SLPs.