Kalin Stenhaug



Kalin is 5’11” tall and always happy to help others reach the highest shelves. She loves to play beach volleyball! She is "mom" to a golden retriever named Tucker.

Kalin earned her bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her master’s degree from the University of Minnesota. During her undergrad, Kalin worked for the Wisconsin Early Autism Project providing in-home therapy to kids of various ages. During graduate school, she gained experience working with children and adults in both medical and outpatient settings. Her clinical experience with kids included an internship in a school where she worked closely with the special education teacher to provide treatment to children with a variety of ability levels. Kalin also interned at a pediatric outpatient clinic where she gained experience providing early intervention services. She has a great deal of experience working with young children with articulation and language disorders. Kalin is an NLA trained clinician with extensive knowledge in gestalt language processing assessment and treatment. Kalin is also PROMPT trained, and is especially passionate about working with families to facilitate language development and functional communication. In her spare time, Kalin likes to cheer on the Packers, play beach volleyball, and cuddle up with coffee and a book. Kalin is so excited to be a part of the CI team!