Elizabeth Williams

Speech-Language Pathologist

After graduating high school in Fort Smith, I moved to Fayetteville where I attended the UofA, earning a degree in Communication Disorders. I moved to Amarillo, TX for a couple of years where I attended graduate school. I moved back to Fort Smith after graduation where I stayed until 2005 when I moved back to Fayetteville and have been ever since!

I am certified in ESP: Effective Swallowing Protocol/AmpCare, SPEAK OUT!, LSVT Loud, Sequential Oral Sensory (S.O.S) Approach to feeding

The golden rule guides me in most of my actions, and is my main core value! I strive to treat all my patients in the same manner that I hope my own parents are treated!

“Attitude is a choice. Happiness is a choice. Optimism is a choice. Kindness is a choice. Giving is a choice. Respect is a choice. Whatever choice you make makes you. Choose wisely.”

I’m a Speech Language Pathologist, so I work with speaking clearly. The conditions I most enjoy treating are Dysphagia, Aphasia and Dysarthria. Something I *wish* I could fix for patients are the hoops that they have to jump thru to get the services that they need to lead a more fulfilling and independent life.

The two populations I most enjoy treating are patients who have been diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease or who have recently experienced a stroke.

I love working at Therapists in Motion because our clinical judgement is valued and we are encouraged to use our skills to promote patient outcomes in manners that best benefit our patients!

What is Elizabeth Reading, Watching, or Listening To?

  • Me Talk Pretty One Day by David Sedaris (Book)
  • Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim by David Sedaris (Book)
  • I adore Ina Garten and rereading her cookbooks is one of my favorite rainy day activities!

When I’m not working, my husband and I enjoy entertaining our two dogs, Ollie and Dudley, camping (in a camper!) and traveling! I also love to bake, read and clean in my spare time!

Patient Testimonials

Thank you for your wonderful work with my dad and how cheerful you were. You, all by yourself, made his life better, and ours, too. THANK YOU.

Thank you for sharing your time and expertise with me. We need people and therapists like you around, it makes the world a whole lot better.

Thank you for your good work! I feel good about what you’ve accomplished! They will miss the laughing lady!