Corrine Pitre earned her Bachelor’s of Science in Communicative Disorders from Nicholls State University and her Master’s of Science from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. In August 2015, she began practicing as a Speech-Language Pathologist in the school system. Corrine began working at The Center for Pediatric Therapy in January 2018. Corrine has earned her Certificate of Clinical Competence through the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) and is licensed by the Louisiana Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology (LBESPA).
Corrine has experience with working with children with articulation difficulties, receptive and expressive language deficits, oral-motor feeding difficulties, augmentative- alternative communication (AAC) systems, fluency difficulties, and voice disorders. She has completed continuing education in the following areas: Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding, Tethered Oral Tissues Specialty Training (TOTS), orofacial myofunctional disorders (OMDs), pediatric feeding, articulation, language and literacy, school-age stuttering therapy, augmentative-alternative communication (AAC) systems, and Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Corrine is eager to continue to learn and expand her knowledge regarding child development through working with patients at The Center for Pediatric Therapy and attending continuing education courses focusing on sensory processing and pediatric dysphagia. Corrine resides with her husband and her daughter in Houma, LA.