Amy K. Bartelt, MS, CCC-SLP, BCBA

Amy is the owner and lead Speech-Language Pathologist of Austin's Communication Station.

Amy grew up in Corpus Christi, TX and has been living in the Austin area since 1995. She received her undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders from Southwest Texas and her master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Baylor University.

Amy has worked primarily with pediatric clients in public and private school settings, and outpatient clinics. She has experience treating children with a variety of communication disorders including: Autism Spectrum, language delay/disorders, articulation/phonological, oral motor impairments, social skill development, learning disabilities, apraxia and other developmental delays.

Amy is a certified Speech Language Pathologist and has her Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) and her Texas state license. She is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).

Amy has extensive experience working with children on the autism spectrum. She has been involved in ABA programs since 1996 in various roles (from volunteer therapist with Homespun of San Marcos to Lead Program Consultant). She has helped these children in development of the language skills they lack to communicate effectively. She has also provided language therapy, individual social skill development therapy, and social groups to assist children in developing their social cognitive skills. 

Amy has become very interested in the work of Michelle Garcia-Winner and Social-Cognitive/Social Thinking therapy.  She attended a mentorship program at the Michelle Garcia-Winner Center for Social Thinking in San Jose, California where she received in-depth training in the social-cognitive therapy that Michelle Garcia-Winner and her associates have developed.  In addition to that mentorship program, Amy was one of the few professionals in the world to be selected to attend the Michelle Garcia-Winner Center for Social Thinking as an Intern. This was an invaluable experience which she completed in February 2010. 

She has attended numerous other trainings and workshops to continue her education and skill development in this area, including workshops on different aspects of autism and autism intervention including evaluation, play therapy, integration of children with autism spectrum disorders into the classroom, organization for children on the autism spectrum, social-cognitive strategies, social thinking, and communication strategies.

Click Here to view Amy’s Continuing Education, Workshops & Trainings (within the last five years)