Cade Dibble, MS, CCC-SLP
Owner, Speech-Language Pathologist
Hello! I'm Cade, the clinician behind Loud & Clear Speech Therapy, PLLC. I'd love to introduce myself before we start our therapeutic journey together:
I graduated from Washington State University with a Master of Speech & Hearing Science through the University Programs in Communication Disorders (UPCD) program in 2016. Since then, I have worked in outpatient clinics, Assisted Living Facilities and in the public school system. My professional experiences have allowed me to support and serve individuals across the lifespan with a variety of communication needs.
Fun fact: so far, the youngest client I've worked with has been six weeks old and the oldest was 100 years!
My clinical areas of special interest include gender-affirming voice therapy and neurodiversity-affirming pediatric speech and language therapy, and I also provide pediatric feeding therapy and speech-language rehabilitation to adults recovering from a stroke or TBI. My goal is to support my clients through therapeutic practices that are person-centered, strengths-based, and identity-affirming. I work from a neurodiversity-affirming framework, which means I presume competence, prioritize emotional and sensory regulation over compliance-based goals, and support a wide range of learning styles in my sessions. My goal is never to "fix" a person, but to provide them with the strategies and supports needed to make sure they are always heard loud and clear.
Outside of my professional life, I love spending time outdoors, whether it is through biking, packing, paddling, or volunteering on trail maintenance crews with the Washington Trails Association. I run a speculative fiction book club and spend as much time as possible cuddling my four-legged family members. I love building community and relationships with those around me, and I can't wait to meet you!
Education & Professional Licenses
2016 - Present
Speech-Language Pathologist License
Washington State Department of Health
2017 - Present
Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP)
American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA)
Level 1 SOS Provider
Sequential-Oral-Sensory Approach to Feeding
April 2022 - Present
Master of Science in Speech & Hearing Science
Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine,
Washington State University
Bachelor of Arts in Communication Sciences & Disorders
College of Health Science and Public Health,
Eastern Washington University