Abby Eagleson, CF-SLP

Speech Language Pathologist

Abby Duke Eagleson is a speech-language pathologist clinical fellow. She graduated in 2006 from the Boston Conservatory with her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Musical Theatre with an emphasis in Directing. Abby moved to New York and worked as an actress, performing as a Bobo Brother in Nickelodeon's National Tour of Go Diego, Go! Live. She returned home to the Pacific Northwest and worked locally at Village Theatre, ACT/5th Ave, and StoryBook Theatre. She then decided to become a speech-language pathologist, earning her Bachelors of Science in Communication Science Disorders from the University of Washington in 2015. She received her Masters of Science in Medical Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Washington in 2017.

During her graduate school internships, Abby worked in outpatient clinics, private practice, and medical settings treating both children and adults from 18 months to 90+. She assessed and treated varying developmental and acquired communication disorders including articulation and phonology, expressive and receptive language including aphasia, central auditory processing disorder (CAPD), motor speech disorders, dysphagia, voice, chronic cough, and PVFM.
Abby's clinical interests include voice, PVFM, feeding and swallowing disorders, articulation/phonology and motor speech disorders. She is MBSImP certified; Modified Barium Swallow Impairment ProfileTM©. She hopes to one day study how theatre and drama can be used to treat social/pragmatic disorders.

Abby enjoys directing and performing in the theatre, teaching young artists singing and piano, cooking for specialized diets, plant-based eating, reading, yoga, and snuggling with her dachshund, Snuggs.