Madison Morris


Austin, TX

5.00 / 5 avg

8 Reviews

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About me

Hi! I'm Madison. I became a licensed speech-language pathologist (SLP) in 2022. I first became interested in speech-language pathology when my father, while battling with brain cancer, was given a speech device to use to communicate. At the time, the speech device was not designed well for my father's needs and I became inspired to find other ways for him to communicate, using things like letters on t-shirts, an iPad, etc. I became passionate about helping everyone finding their voice and decided to go and study to make that a reality. While my father passed away in 2015 sadly, I dedicate my career in memoriam to my father each day. I've worked in acute care, home health, and schools. I am AMPCare certified, which is similar to Vital Stim Therapy. Throughout my masters' degree, I conducted research with the AAC Lab at University of Texas at Austin, earning the title of 2nd author on a paper now published in the ASHA Journal. I also completed a thesis during my Masters' with the AAC Lab on the efficacy of teletherapy in teaching symbol learning to a patient with severe Autism; and had the opportunity to present my research as a poster at ASHA 2022. The thesis is currently in the process of being published in a journal. Additionally during graduate school, I taught courses for the Project SKILLS curriculum. Project SKILLS is a 10 week course that teaches parents how to play with their children to increase communicative attempts. I would describe my clinical style as holistic, client-centered, functional, individualized/personalized, family-centric, sensory integrated, and rooted in client empowerment to create self-advocates.

Practice details and specialties

states licensed to practice


languages spoken


Education and training

B.S., Texas State University

M.S., University of Texas at Austin


Adult Articulation

Adult Dysphagia

Adult Fluency/Stuttering

Adult Social-Pragmatics


Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

Autism Spectrum Disorder


Childhood Apraxia of Speech

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

I love watching anime, playing video games, play tabletop roleplaying games like Dungeons and Dragons, and also spend a good portion of my time dancing a partner dance called West Coast Swing. I travel competitively for the dance and know how to both lead and follow. I am also a part of the national diversity board for West Coast Swing to provide education and awareness of how to make dance spaces more inclusive. I also run a social dance monthly in Austin, TX.

Patient Reviews

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8 reviews

Mrs morris is incredibly patient and knowledgeable. My daughter has improved dramatically since starting. She enjoys the games she plays.

E.S./Mar 28, 2024

Madison is great!

M.M./Mar 19, 2024

Madison has been amazing to work with. She has been professional and on time, knowledgeable in her field, and makes therapy for my daughter with childhood apraxia of speech worthwhile and fun.

C.B./Mar 15, 2024


F.H./Feb 25, 2024

Madison is great, made me feel very comfortable, looking forward to future sessions

M.M./Feb 24, 2024

I am impressed and paying very close attention to the path we are on.

F.H./Feb 16, 2024

Madison does great work with my son!

J.G./Feb 12, 2024

It was good. It is a little challenging to remove, but we would like to try and see how this can help our child.

E.C./Jan 17, 2024

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