Nicole Archambault, EdS, MS, CCC-SLP, CLEC

Nicole Archambault, EdS, MS, CCC-SLP, CLEC is an ASHA board certified speech-language pathologist, certified lactation educator-counselor, and airway/sleep literacy advocate. She is the founder and executive director of Minds In Motion and has served as a teaching assistant at Johns Hopkins University in the Graduate School of Education's Mind, Brain, and Teaching program. In addition to obtaining BA and MS degrees in Speech & Hearing Sciences, Nicole also holds an advanced graduate level degree (EdS) in Brain Research (Educational Neuroscience). She is currently the Secretary for the Academy of Applied Myofunctional Sciences (AAMS) and is the myofunctional therapy Section Leader for the American Academy of Physiological Medicine & Dentistry (AAPMD). Nicole is an eight-time recipient of the ACE award from ASHA. She is a national and international speaker, as well as a published author on the topics of educational neuroscience, orofacial myofunctional therapy, airway function disorders and the autonomic nervous system, and sleep wellness in pediatrics. Her first article for The ASHA Leader on sleep-disordered breathing and tongue-ties garnered a Bronze Excel Award from Association Media & Publishing for Best Column. Nicole is an active clinical researcher, as well as a passionate advocate for interdisciplinary collaboration and public health awareness on airway health and sleep. She is a 2016 graduate of the Mind, Brain, Teaching graduate certificate program at Johns Hopkins University.

 Disclosures

Nicole Archambault is the founder and executive director of Minds In Motion, a pediatric speech-language pathology, orofacial myofunctional therapy, and airway/sleep literacy clinic in Santa Monica, CA. She receives a speaker fee from TalkTools for this lecture.

Non-Financial Disclosures: Nicole Archambault has no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.

Nicole's Session: Facilitating Emotional Regulation and Executive Functions for Optimal Outcomes in Orofacial Myofunctional Therapy: A Paradigm Shift