Lindsey Sorrell


Beaumont, TX

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About me

Hi! I'm Lindsey. I became a licensed speech-language pathologist (SLP) in 2017. I became an SLP because I wanted to be the voice for those who didn't have one (yet)! I am passionate about advocating for my patients and getting them what they need to be successful. Being an SLP gives me the opportunity to work closely with families and be a collaborative member of a team. My favorite moments I have had in my career are those when I have been working with a patient and their parent/caregiver and I see the lightbulb moment happen in their head! In 2021, I completed the Texas Education Agency's (TEA) Autism Circuit (Level 1). This school year long course requires participants to closely examine evidenced based practices in working with those diagnosed with Autism. I have also presented poster presentations at the American Speech and Hearing Association's annual conference: in 2014, I presented a poster on accent modification and in 2015 I presented a poster on my thesis work with my mentor. My master's thesis was a case study regarding a patient I had in our University clinic who had been diagnosed with subglottic tracheal stenosis and underwent surgical correction. Following surgery, we explored use of the McNeill Dysphagia Therapy program and its effectiveness with this diagnoses. in 2023, I gave a 2 hour presentation titled "AAC: Tips and Tricks for the Pediatric SLP" at the Texas Speech and Hearing Association's annual conference. I have also presented the similar courses twice as CEU classes locally. I worked in settings such as schools, skilled nursing facilities, acute care hospitals, long-term acute care hospitals (LTAC), home health, inpatient rehabilitation hospitals. I would describe my clinical style as client-centered, functional, family-centric, strengths-based, and rooted in client empowerment to create self-advocates.

Practice details and specialties

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languages spoken


Education and training

B.S., Lamar University

M.S., Lamar University


Accent Modification

Acquired Apraxia

Adult Articulation

Adult Dysphagia

Adult Fluency/Stuttering

Adult Social-Pragmatics


Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

Autism Spectrum Disorder


Childhood Apraxia of Speech

Down Syndrome


Early Language Development

Executive Functioning


Pediatric Articulation/Phonological Disorder

Pediatric Fluency/Stuttering

Pediatric Receptive-Expressive Language Disorder

Pediatric/Adolescent Social-Pragmatics

Pediatric Dysphagia/Sensory Feeding

Professional/Public Speaking

Traumatic Brain Injury

Other interests

Outside of being an SLP, I am an active member of the Junior League of Beaumont. Our organization volunteers with local non-profits in our area. I also enjoy being an aunt to my 2 precious nephews and a dog mom to my spoiled labradoodle!

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