Loryn McGill has worked in a variety of settings including early intervention, private practice, skilled nursing, sub-acute, long-term acute care and acute care units (pediatric and adults). Her passion is working with people who stutter and in her private practice for the last 10 years she has worked exclusively with people who stutter. She also has a strong interest in alaryngeal speech rehabilitation, neuro rehabilitation and dysphagia. Loryn became a clinical supervisor in spring of 2014 and became Professor of Fluency Disorders in summer of 2014.
Loryn has been involved in research examining the use of medication to assist with treatment of stuttering and she is Vital Stim, LSVT voice, and Lidcome Program certified. She has been granted the 1st Award for continuing education by ASHA three times.
Loryn is active in professional organizations such as ASHA where she is a member of Special Interest Group 4 and CSHA where she is on the Advisory Committee for District 8. She is actively involved in FRIENDS (National Association of Young People Who Stutter) where she organizes one-day conferences and has presented multiple times at their national conference. Loryn has presented for the NSA (National Stuttering Association) at their regional conference and presented for them a one day CEU course on fluency disorders and treatment options. At CSHA, she has presented on the topic of fluency disorders.