- SLHS 479 Clinical Methods and Intervention (SLPA)
- SLHS 480 Professional Issues and Ethical Considerations (SLPA)
- SLHS 499 Independent Study
- SLHS 458/558/658 Clinical Studies: Speech-Language Pathology
Kathe McGrath is a Clinical Assistant Professor, joining the SLHS Department in June, 2009. Kathe received her B.A. in Psychology in 1980 and her M.S. in Speech and Language Sciences in 1987 from the University of Arizona.
Prior to becoming an SLP, Kathe was a teacher at the Cerebral Palsy Foundation. Since graduating with her masters’ degree, Kathe has worked in the Tucson community in a variety of settings. These include hospitals, schools, clinics, daycares, preschools as well as in client’s homes. She traveled to the Tohono O’Odham nation to provide services to birth to three year old children for 15 years.
Her areas of interest and expertise include Early Intervention and family focused therapy, Autism and Language Development. Kathe recently became a Hanen Certified therapist.
Kathe is a founding Board member of the Technology Access Center of Tucson (TACT). She has two wonderful adult children and has been happily married for over 20 years.