Corin Minica, MS, CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist
Corin Minica completed her bachelor’s degree with a major in Psychology and a minor in Biology and Chemistry from Angelo State University. Corin moved to Denton, TX, in 2010 to attend Texas Woman’s University, where she completed the prerequisite courses needed for Communication Sciences and Disorders. While in Denton, Corin was accepted into an Undergraduate Honors Program where she had the opportunity to work in the on-campus clinic providing supervised speech-language services to members of the community.
In June 2011, Corin moved to San Antonio and started graduate school through the TETN program with Texas Woman’s University while working full time as a Speech-Language Pathologist Assistant for a local school district. Corin graduated with a Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders degree in August 2013 and immediately completed her Clinical Fellowship Year to obtain her CCCs in August 2014.
Corin began working with the birth to three-year-old population as an SLP and quickly fell in love. She is passionate about speech therapy and about helping families as a whole. Corin enjoys sharing knowledge and strives to learn and grow as a clinician. She uses her experience as a mother and as a clinician to provide functional strategies for families and caregivers that help support and develop language and feeding skills.
Corin firmly believes that in order to be a good clinician, it is imperative that the family or parent be involved in the evaluation and intervention process. Her favorite advice for parents is that although she is the expert in speech-language and feeding, the mom/dad/parent/grandparent is the expert on their child. Corin is passionate about early intervention and overall support for not only the child she is treating, but the family as a whole.
When not working, Corin enjoys spending time with her family, especially her husband and three children, and serving as the PTO President at her children’s elementary school.