About Stacey


Stacey Landberg, MS, CCC-SLP/L; Speech-Language Pathologist


  • 18 years direct clinical practice and experience (specializing in early intervention and apraxia).
  • Lecturer for graduate students studying early intervention at CA State East Bay
  • Founder of Coach2Coach; An Early Intervention professional learning community
  • 2018-2019 USC/CHLA LEND Fellow Graduate
  • Certified Member of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association since 2005
  • National Guest Speaker on topics related to early intervention, autism, and navigating parenthood in the digital age
  • ACE Award recipient for dedication to lifelong learning
  • Specialized knowledge and experience in evaluating and treating Childhood Apraxia of Speech
  • Extensive knowledge and experience working with young children and families (early intervention)
  • Early Intervention Specialist Credential earned in 2007 (Chicago, IL)
  • Supervisor and mentor to both new and seasoned speech-language pathologists and cross disciplinary colleagues
    • “Stacey Landberg, M.S. CCC/SLP has been a huge help on my journey. She has been my mentor through my journey into private practice. We met at Florida State University in our graduate studies. Years later we reconnected in Los Angeles. She began her private practice in 2006. She was a huge mentor of mine since she had this experience. I continue to see her as a mentor. She has extensive knowledge in early intervention and I am always learning something new from her.” – Laura Deer
  • Developed “TOT TALK a peer and parent training class for young children with language impairments (supported by grant-funding since 2012)
  • Formal training in Hanen (More than Words), SCERTS, DTTC, and Family Guided Routines Based Intervention
  • Experience working with thousands of children, families, and cross disciplinary professionals in the greater Los Angeles area (testimonials here)
  • Licensed speech-language pathologist in the state of CA since 2005

Experience and Specialization: Early intervention, parent-coaching, and routines-based intervention, authentic assessment, childhood apraxia of speech, developmental language disorder, language delay, speech sound disorders, hearing impariment, craniofacial anomalies (including cleft palate and cleft lip), high risk populations (including low birth weight, premature birth, foster/adopted children, drug exposure, multiple births), social communication disorder, strengths-based approaches, and neurodiversity-affirming practices.


  • 2019 Graduate of the Leadership Excellence in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Fellowship (USC/CHLA)
  • M.S., Florida State University, 2004 
  • B.A., University of Redlands, 2002


  1. American Speech-Language Pathology and Hearing Association, 2004-present
  2. Infant Development Association of CA, 2014-present
  3. Community of Practice Member (SSIP Local Implementation Plan; Zero to Three Prenatal to age 5)