Patricia Thomas, MS CCC-SLP

Adjunct Clinical Supervisor

Tricia Thomas has been helping transgender women and men of all ages find their authentic voices since 2014. Tricia joined the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders as an adjunct clinical supervisor in 2016 and developed a Transgender Voice Program which is hosted by the Outside In Clinics in Portland. Tricia has presented on management of Transgender Voice at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 2016 Convention, and at Oregon Health and Science University Voice and Swallowing Clinic’s Grand Rounds on Transgender Voice.

Tricia is a Spanish bilingual school-based speech-language pathologist serving in the Reynolds School District. With a background in education, publishing and business, she received her Masters of Arts from Portland State University in Speech and Hearing Sciences in 2013. She specializes in using literacy-based interventions to address language impairment in children.

Tricia and her daughter moved to Portland in 2006. Tricia loves yoga, exploring local farmers’ markets, and hiking in Oregon and Washington with her two dogs.