Anastacia Badillo, M.S., CF-SLP is a bilingual (English/Spanish) speech-language pathologist with extensive experience serving pediatric populations. Anastacia graduated from Abilene Christian University (Abilene, Texas) with a Bachelor of Science (BS) in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2020 and a Master of Science (MS) in Speech-Language Pathology in 2023. She speaks Spanish and English and is proud to serve bilingual and multicultural populations.
In between her undergraduate and graduate studies, she taught English in early childhood schools in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, España. She has experience working with English and Spanish-speaking children ages one through seventeen in daycares, clinics, and elementary school settings. While studying towards her master’s degree, Anastacia worked as the graduate assistant to the department co-chair and assisted in research on dynamic assessment and teaching first-year graduate students about special topics including trauma-informed care.
Anastacia is passionate about working with the early intervention population and elementary school-aged children. She loves using play-based therapy with her patients and working collaboratively with both her patients and their families. Anastacia is currently completing her clinical fellowship (CF) at Voz Speech Therapy and is thrilled to join the team to continue her work with bilingual pediatric populations.
In summary, Anastacia has experience evaluating and treating individuals with:
Anastacia currently holds a professional license to practice in Washington, DC. She loves to read, spend time with her friends and family, travel, and be outside with her dogs.