About Marianne

Marianne is a Speech-Language Pathologist, holding the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA) Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC). With over a decade of experience, Marianne’s speech-pathology profession has included serving students, clients, and patients in clinical and educational settings. She helps people with many different problems including speech/articulation, language, cognition and memory, swallowing, and voice, from ages 3 to over 100. She has experience in hospitals, out-patient clinics, public schools, skilled nursing facilities, and developmental preschools. She was the Director of Rehabilitation at two skilled nursing facilities.

Marianne Cartwright, Speech Pathologist headshot
Telehealth Provider

Telepractice Provider

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, Bird Mountain Speech Therapy is currently providing all services by teletherapy at this time. Teletherapy may be possible over the phone or using a computer, depending on the current state regulations. In-person speech therapy services may be available at some point in 2022. Check this website for updates on these services.

Marianne is a Speech Teletherapist through the State of Wyoming and Minnesota using a HIPPA-compliant platform for internet based appointments.

Credentials

Marianne Cartwright is professionally licensed in Wyoming and Minnesota. She received a Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Wyoming in 2011. She also holds, from 2002, a Master of Arts degree in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (Applied linguistics) from Portland State University, where her thesis research was in language acquisition and clinical aspects of aphasia.

Professional Interest

Ms. Cartwright has developed several particular interests and supplemental, professional skills. She has an exceptional ability in working with children with articulation disorders, improving their speech so they have better academic and social lives. This sometimes includes using PROMPT, a specialized technique for language disorders and delays. She has also had great success as an LSVT-LOUD clinician, helping patients, such as those with Parkinson’s disease, with low vocal loudness, achieve stronger and clearer vocal production so they can be heard and understood.
Marianne Cartwright Feeding Deer in Japan

Personal Interest

Ms. Cartwright is a Wyoming native. She lived in Portland, Oregon for 12 years and in Japan, on the island of Hokkaido, for 6 years. When not working, she enjoys playing the piano, cooking, working in her garden, hiking, skiing, camping and kayaking.