Meet Our Team

Jen Marson Parker, Speech-Language Pathologist

Ms. Marson Parker has provided a variety of speech-language services to children, adolescents, and adults for over 10 years.  She is experienced with providing evidence-based assessment and therapy for individuals with speech and language disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, executive functioning disorders, and stuttering. 

 

As an Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Colorado, Ms. Marson Parker taught graduate-level courses and supervised graduate-level clinical therapy and assessments.  After founding Rocky Mountain Speech, Language, & Learning, she has continued to provide language, academic, and cognitive assessments and therapy for child and adult clients.  Ms. Marson Parker also works in K-12 schools and teaches at CU as a graduate-level lecturer.  She is passionate about providing a holistic, family-centered approach, that includes considers the whole person. 

As a native of Boulder, Ms. Marson Parker has a deep appreciation for the beauty of Colorado!  She enjoys spending time outdoors with her two young children and cooking and eating with friends and family.

Tammy Fredrickson, Audiologist

Dr. Fredrickson has spent her career supporting families and individuals with hearing loss and Auditory Processing Disorders.  She has extensive expertise in hearing-related conditions for children and adults.  As an Associate Clinical Professor at the University of Colorado, Dr. Fredrickson teaches a variety of graduate-level courses to support the next generation of Audiologists.  

Dr. Fredrickson publishes and presents regularly on a variety of topics, including Auditory Processing Disorders, hearing loss with concussions, and infant and toddler hearing tests.  She believes strongly in multidisciplinary assessments to meet the needs of families and individuals.  

In her free time, you can find Dr. Fredrickson running the trails around Boulder, snuggling with her dog Indy, listening to Prince, and cheering on the Green Bay Packers!

© 2020 Rocky Mountain Speech, Language, and Learning. All rights reserved.