Trisha Thapar, M.S., CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist


Trisha received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from California State University Long Beach and her Post-Baccalaureate and Master of Science degrees in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Chapman University. She is multilingual in Hindi and Urdu, and has experience working with children ages 1 to 18 years in private practices, public schools, and outpatient clinics. In addition, she assisted in developing a weekend camp for children and teens who stutter. Trisha believes in a family-centered approach to treating speech and language disorders, which emphasizes the importance of parent training and family involvement in therapy.

She has experience in the following:

  • Floortime Approach

  • Feeding Therapy


  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication

  • Sara Rosenfeld-Johnson's Talk Tools Therapy

  • Hanen's It Takes Two to Talk program

  • Stuttering Treatment

Research Publications:

Koltay K., McGill L., Lacikova H., Weseirska K., Spencer K., Dodd J., Thapar T. (2016) Early intervention in stuttering from the parents' perspective: Findings from international comparative surveys.