Jaime Michise, M.S., CCC-SLP
Jaime has been a speech-language pathologist for the past eight years. She began her career at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, where she was a member of the fluency team. Presently, Jaime is an active candidate for her board certification as a fluency specialist. Recently, Jaime spent two years living and working in Nagoya, Japan. In addition to working with children and families in the international community, Jaime studied Japanese and was able to experience firsthand the challenges that can accompany communication difficulties. Jaime now lives in Frisco, Texas and is in the process of establishing a private practice working with people who stutter. Additionally, she continues to work with children and families internationally. Jaime has presented at international, national, state, and local conferences and has published on the topic of stuttering and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy with friend and colleague, Scott Palasik. Jaime has been a part of Camp Shout Out since it started in 2011 and she is thankful to be involved in such a life-changing program! In her free time, Jaime enjoys running, yoga, and traveling with her husband, Kaz.