Chris Rowinski, MA, CCC-SLP


  • Master of Arts, Communication Disorders and Speech Science from the University of Colorado, Boulder in 1993.
  • Bachelor of Arts, Double Major in Spanish and German from the University of University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, 1984.


  • ASHA Certification in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Colorado License in Speech-Language Pathology
  • Colorado Department of Education Professional Service Provider License: Speech/Language Pathologist

“I greatly enjoy working with children because of their honesty, curiosity, and sincerity.  I love being part of the process of unlocking their communication challenges and then witnessing their worlds unfold and broaden.”

Favorite books, games, and toys: “Where’s Spot?”, “Clifford The Big Red Dog”, Duplos, farm animals, balls, puzzles, bubbles, Play Doh.

At fourteen years of age when I moved to the Colorado mountains from New Jersey, I knew I was here to stay.   In school, I was always interested in language…all languages.   I started out studying German, and then I added Spanish.  This turned into a keen interest in how language works, and how it develops in children.   I am very fortunate to have found a career ideally suited for my passion for working with children and love of languages.   Over the years I have gained extensive experience with bilingual language development and intervention (I speak Spanish fluently).   I have also focussed a lot of my career on providing intervention with children who stutter.   Finally, I have been working with toddlers and preschoolers for over 20 years.