Speech-Language Pathologists

 
 

Lauren Konigsberg M.Ed, CCC-SLP

Lauren attended the University of Georgia where she received both her Bachelor of Science in Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders and her Masters of Education in Speech-Language Pathology. Lauren’s professional experience has included working with adults, adolescents, and children in educational, medical, and private clinic settings. She believes in the importance of developing excellent rapport with her clients, providing fun and motivating therapy and implementing research-based intervention in order to maximize progress. She enjoys learning and has most recently participated in continuing education related to feeding/oral motor skills, augmentative alternative communication, articulation/phonology, and apraxia of speech. Lauren is trained in the first two levels of PROMPT and the LAMP approach to alternative augmentative communication. When not working with her clients, Lauren enjoys tennis, running, reading, and spending time outside. Lauren specializes in several areas including:

  • Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC)
  • Articulation/Phonology
  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech
  • Stuttering/Fluency Disorders
  • Receptive/Expressive Language Disorders
  • Early Language development
  • Preliteracy/Phonological Awareness
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

Angela LaGambina M.A., CCC-SLP

Angela attended the University of Florida where she received both her Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders and her Masters of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology. She developed a passion for children on various trips to less developed countries overseas. This led her to devote her life to serving children in this unique role as a speech pathologist. Her past experience includes working with pediatrics in school-based, outpatient, and medical settings. Upon moving to Atlanta she interned with Dr. Riski at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Scottish Rite with a focus on cleft palate and resonance disorders! She has worked with children from birth-21 years of age with a large variety of disorders and syndromes. She joined Team Cobble over a year ago and loves the family atmosphere.  Her recent training includes Introduction to PROMPT technique and Bridging PROMPT Technique to Intervention. In her free time she loves cooking, thrifting, being outdoors, and finding new hidden gems in Atlanta! Angela specializes in several areas including:

  • Receptive/Expressive language disorders
  • Early Language Development
  • Articulation/Phonological Disorder
  • Pragmatic/Communication language disorders
  • Cleft palate/resonance disorders
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech
  • Pragmatic language disorders
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Rochelle Loomis M.Ed., CCC-SLP

Rochelle attended the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities where she received her undergraduate degree in Speech and Hearing Science. She then went on to graduate school at Minnesota State University-Moorhead where she received her Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology. While Rochelle and her family are new to Georgia, her experience and knowledge as an ASHA-certified SLP are not. Her past experience includes working in outpatient rehab site at a children’s hospital in Minnesota for the past nine years, as well as in an elementary-age charter school. She has worked with children from birth-21 years of age with a wide variety of disorders and syndromes. Rochelle developed a passion for working with children as an undergraduate while working at an autism center day treatment program. In her free time, Rochelle loves being a mom to her two children, taking them out to explore new events and activities in the area, listening to podcasts, baking, and swimming.
Rochelle specializes in several areas including:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Feeding Disorders
  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech
  • Early Language Development
  • Articulation/Phonological Disorder
  • Concussions
  • Cleft palate/resonance disorders
  • Pragmatic/communication language disorders

Jacqueline Yokley M.Ed., CCC-SLP

Jacqueline attended University of Georgia where she received both her Bachelor of Science in Education in Communication Sciences and Disorders and her Masters of Education in Speech-Language Pathology. Her past experiences include working with patients of all ages in pediatric and adult medical settings as well as in the private clinic setting. Jacqueline is trained in the SOS approach to Feeding, The Sensory Motor Approach to Feeding, P.R.O.M.P.T., and Oral Placement Therapy. She has attended the TalkTools “Pediatric Dysphagia: Interpreting the MBSS and Planning Treatment” course in addition to many other courses and presentations on feeding and swallowing. Jacqueline is also passionate about working with patients with complex airways, childhood apraxia of speech, dysarthria, and language delay. She is experienced in treating both children and adults.


Jacqueline is currently a member of the Georgia State Speech-Language-Hearing Association's executive council as Vice President of Association Affairs. She is a recipient of the Jack Bess Memorial Award for her volunteer contributions during her role as Convention Chair 2016.  She also enjoys mentoring and learning from graduate student clinicians. In her free time she enjoys traveling, cooking, yoga, and volunteering in the community through the Junior League of Atlanta. Jacqueline is from the Washington D.C. area and currently resides in Buckhead.

She has an interest and experience in pediatrics with:

  • Oral motor/swallowing disorders (including G-tube discontinuation)
  • Complex airways (tracheostomy/ speaking valves)
  • Sensory based feeding disorders (picky eaters)
  • Fluency Disorders (stuttering)
  • Childhood Apraxia of Speech
  • Cleft Palate/ Resonance Disorders
  • Early Intervention
  • Language Disorders
  • Auditory Processing Disorders

She has an interest in and experience with adults and adolescents in the following areas:

  • Cognitive Communcation Disorders (difficulty thinking and remembering)
  • Swallowing Disorders
  • Fluency Disorders (Stuttering)
  • Executive Function Disorders (problems with attention, organization, time management, reasoning)
  • Dysarthria/Acquired Apraxia (speech difficulties often after stroke, injury, or surgery)
  • Voice Disorders