Katharine Blaker, M.S., CCC-SLP

Photo: Katharine Blaker

Clinic Instructor Emeritus

accent modification, aphasia, brain injury

Curriculum vitae


Ms. Blaker received her bachelor's degree in Anthropology and her master's degree in Communication Disorders, both from the University of New Mexico. As a clinical instructor her specialty areas include neurological disorders in adults, voice, fluency and accent modification.  She served as a tutor/facilitator for the UNM Rural Health Interdisciplinary Program for more than 10 years which promoted problem-based learning through case studies. She serves on both a national and local board in support of stroke survivors and continues to pursue interests in refining the supervision process, expanding interdisciplinary frameworks and incorporating problem-based learning methods.