Lynn Flahive

Lynn K. Flahive

Interim Director of the Davies School of COSD, Director of Miller Speech & Hearing Clinic, and Assistant Professor
Communication Sciences & Disorders
Miller Speech & Hearing Clinic 106 | 817-257-7620


BS, Marquette University
MS, Marquette University

Courses Taught

COSD 30324 Speech Sound Disorders
COSD 50134 Advanced Speech Sound Disorders
COSD 50860 Speech Pathology in Scotland, England, and Ireland
COSD 50870 Evidence Based Practice in Speech–Language Pathology:
Developing a Global Perspective through Australian Study
COSD 40300/50300/60300 Clinical Practicum

Areas of Focus

My area of focus is working with preschool children who are highly unintelligible as well as other pediatric speech sound disorders.

Lanza, J. and Flahive, L. Peek and Speak: Basic Concepts. LinguiSystems. August, 2010.

Flahive, L. K. (2009). Treat the symptoms, not the label. In C. Bowen, Children’s speech sound disorders. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Flahive, L.K. & Hodson, B.W. (2009). Speech sound disorders: An overview of acquisition, assessment, and treatment. In Shulman, B.B. & Capone, N.C. Language development: Foundations, processes, and clinical applications. Jones and Bartlett

Flahive, L. and Lanza, J., No Glamour Following Directions, LinguiSystems, January, 2009 Lanza, J. and Flahive, L., Communication Milestones, LinguiSystems, November, 2008.

Flahive, L. and Lanza, J, Speech and Language Activities for Young Learners, LinguiSystems, August, 2007

Flahive, L. and Lynch, L. Childhood Apraxia of Speech: Fact or Fiction. Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention. Austin. February, 2017.

Flahive, L. and Ronshaugen, R. Multiple Oppositions as an Intervention Option for Highly Unintelligible Children. Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention. Austin. February 2017.

d. Ronshaugen, R. and Flahive, L. A Retrospective Study of Multiple Oppositions as an Intervention Option for Children who are Moderately to Severely Unintelligible. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Philadelphia. November 2016.

Praxis Committee (Flahive, L.) Preparing for the SLP Praxis Exam: Connecting the Dots. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Philadelphia. November 2016

Flahive, L. and Raymond, C. Changes to SLP Standards: What Are They? What Do They Mean? SouthEastern University Clinical Educators Conference. Charleston, SC. September, 2016.

2013 Ferrari Award for Service to TCU

2010 Fellow, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

2006 Jack L. Bangs Award from Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association

2004 Finalist, Wassenich Award for Mentoring

2004 Honors of NSSLHA

2003 Outstanding Alumna, Marquette University, Dept. of Speech Pathology and Audiology

  • Board Certified Specialist in Child Language
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence (ASHA)
  • Texas Board of Examiners in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
  • American Speech-Language0-hearing Association (ASHA)
  • Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association
  • Special Interest Group 1 – Child Language
  • Special Interest Group 10- Supervision
  • Council for Clinical Certification (CFCC/ASHA) Chair -Elect
  • Representative to the National Advisory
  • Council for the PRAXIS
  • Past President, Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association (2003- 2005)
  • Past Co-Chair, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention
  • Member, CAPCSD, Program Committee Member, TSHFoundation Board