Corinne Jarvis is an ambassador for The Breathe Institute, where she has been on faculty, and has also taught clinical rotations for Pacific University. She currently lectures for the craniofacial disorders course annually at Portland State University, teaches local chapters on oromyofunctional disorders (OMD) for the American Dental Association (ADA) and the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD), and provides in-service training for school districts and dental offices nationwide on how to identify OMD signs and symptoms.
Karmen Steffan lectures at University of Mary, Bismarck, North Dakota, and has a specialist professional focus in presenting disorders related to Parkinson's disease. She is also licensed to practice in the state of Florida.
Sierra Corbin is an Assistant Professor at the University of Oregon, where she serves as clinical supervisor in the Adult Acquired Language and Motor Speech Clinic, and lectures university-wide, to undergraduates and graduate students on motor speech and vocal health. Recent conference presentations have included ‘A Novel Approach for People with Parkinson's Disease to Improve Oral Reading and Participation’ (ASHA 2022) and ‘The Impact of Choir Participation on Well-Being and Voice Function in People with Parkinson’s Disease’ (Pan American Vocology Association Symposium 2021). She teaches continuing education units in Parkinson’s disease and speech therapy for SpeechTherapyPD.com, serves as head speech therapist for an eTherapy application for home exercise plans, and has been a Simple Practice Live webinar presenter (an ‘Ask the Experts’ panel on interdisciplinary care in stroke rehabilitation) and a guest on the ‘Keys for SLPs’ and ‘SLP Full Disclosure’ podcasts, discussing voice therapy in presbyphonia and Parkinson's disease, and is also a Parkinson's support group educator. She is a video educator on YouTube, with 2.9 million views, and also the creator of Rowdy Readers, a new, six-week interventional program that focuses on improving oral reading and community involvement for people with Parkinson's Disease.
Christina Goodheart is a speech therapist from Staten Island, New York, with over 10 years experience helping patients and their families with speech, language, cognitive-linguistic, communication, feeding and swallowing disorders. In 2015, Christina earned board certification in swallowing and swallowing disorders (BCS-S) from the American Board for Swallowing and Swallowing Disorders (ABSSD), she was the first and is currently the only SLP in Staten Island with that certification. She has completed specialist training for swallowing assessment including the Modified Barium Swallow Impairment Profile (MBSImP) and Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES) for infants and adults. Christina is also trained in kinesio taping techniques, craniosacral therapy, Ampcare's Effective Swallowing Protocol (ESP), McNeil Dysphagia Therapy Protocol (MDTP), TummyTime! Method and, orofacial myofunctional therapy. Christina is currently in process to become an international board certified lactation consultant (IBCLC). With 12 years experience working in a hospital setting, Christina has extensive experience assessing and creating treatment plans for patients with complex medical conditions. With a core belief in prioritizing interdisciplinary care, Christina works closely with specialist professionals to ensure patients receive dynamic intervention. Christina is licensed in Florida, New York, and New Jersey.
Dr. Suzie Bergman is a devoted dental practitioner and educator, passionate about improving healthcare outcomes for patients. She has 30 years’ experience spanning clinical care, post-doctoral education, research, advocacy and infrastructure for patients suffering from temporomandibular disorders (TMD’s). Dr. Bergman recently founded an interdisciplinary clinic, Integrated Therapeutics_mdb, which offers medical, dental and behavioral healthcare for patients with TMD’s and comorbid conditions. She is a Selection Chairperson, Advisor and Honorary Program Faculty Member for the TMJ Foundation’s online fellowship program, FTMJF. Dr. Bergman lectures internationally as a tenured instructor for McGann Postgraduate School of Dentistry and Progressive Orthodontic Seminars, headquartered in Orange County, California. She is a curriculum developer, consultant and the author of a textbook for orthodontic assistants. Dr. Bergman is a visiting scholar at Oregon Health Science University in the department of Neurosurgery, where she is a co-investigator in research surrounding the differential diagnosis of Trigeminal Neuralgia and TMD’s.