Kristin Ipson
RMUoHP Assistant Clinical Professor


Kristen Ipson is a speech-language pathologist who joined RMUoHP in January 2019 as a Clinical Educator in the M.S. SLP program. She earned her B.S. degree at Brigham Young University and her M.S. degree at the University of Utah. Ms. Ipson has clinical experience working with clients from infancy through adulthood in a variety of settings, including early intervention, public schools, outpatient voice clinic, and skilled nursing facilities. Her clinical focus has included assessing and treating infants and toddlers with delays and disorders in feeding, swallowing, communication, and cognition with advanced clinical skills in assessing and treating late language emergence, early identification of speech sound disorders, and early use of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).

Clinical Expertise
Kristin’s clinical expertise includes infants and toddlers with communication, feeding and swallowing, and cognitive delays, voice treatment with transgender or gender fluid clients. 


  • Doctor of Speech-Language Pathology Student
    Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
    2020 – Present
  • Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology
    University of Utah
  • Bachelor of Science in Communication Disorders
    Brigham Young University

Publications & Scholarly Works


  • “Social Communication Breakdowns in Young Children: Is It a Language Delay or Something 10/2017
  • “Focus on the Family: Supporting Parents of Children with Language Delays” 2015


  • Healthcare Professions Education Certificate
    RMUoHP, | 2020
  • SPEAK OUT! & The LOUD Crowd


  • Utah Speech-Language Hearing Association