meet our staff



Cameron received her Masters Degree in Communicative Disorders from San Diego State University in 1989. She worked in early intervention in New York state for 4 years, specializing in feeding and swallowing of medically fragile infants and children. She relocated back to her native California in 1998 and took time off of work to raise a family. In San Diego, Cameron has worked for the Encinitas Union School District and Hope infant and Family Support program. Cameron started her private practice in March 2008. Cameron has a special interest and extensive training in oral-motor function, feeding/swallowing and speech production. Cameron is trained in PROMPT therapy as well as Myofunctional therapy.



Caitlin Vanderlip is a licensed pediatric speech language pathologist. Caitlin has provided therapy in a variety of clinical settings, including in-home speech services, addressing the needs of preschool age children through adults. Caitlin is currently working exclusively with children. She is a dedicated and caring professional who enjoys working with young children and their families to provide personalized therapy to help your child achieve their communication goals. Caitlin has extensive experience in the diagnosis and intervention of children with a variety of communication disorders including: receptive and expressive language, motor speech such as apraxia, oral motor, articulation, and pervasive developmental disorders. Caitlin earned her Masters degree in Speech Language Pathology from Marquette University. She is a certified member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and is licensed within the State of California.


Mary Currier, Ms, CCC/SLP

Mary has been a speech language pathologist for 24 years. In addition to her Masters of Science degree from California State University of Sacramento, she has received advanced certification in Neurodevelopmental Treatment in pediatrics. She has worked for an Infant Development Program and pediatric private practice. She has pursued advanced training in Autism Spectrum Disorders, oral motor development, feeding, and early intervention. She has spent a great deal of time working in early intervention, working with children with ASD, cerebral palsy and feeding.

Mary has migrated south from the Sacramento area to Carlsbad in order to be closer to her very first grand-baby. She enjoys sailing with her husband, trail riding with her horse Bill, and soaking in the smiles and hugs from her grand-daughter.


Catalina Uhler, MA, CCC/SLP

Catalina is a bilingual Speech and Language Pathologist (English/Spanish) and is licensed and credentialed within the State of California. She holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence and is a member of the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA). Catalina graduated from Stanford University in 1993, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology. She began working for an early intervention infant program as a Bilingual Specialist and also served as an interpreter during Physical, Occupational and Speech therapy sessions. During this time, Catalina discovered a passion for helping bilingual children with special needs and developing a close partnership with family members, teachers, and other related professionals. She earned her Master of Art's degree in Communicative Disorders from San Diego State University in 1999. Catalina has had experience in a wide variety of settings including public schools, clinics, and private practice, working primarily with toddlers, preschool and school aged children. She particularly enjoys the challenges and rewards of providing diagnostic and intervention services for culturally and linguistically diverse children with various communication disorders.

Amy Kilby, MA, CCC/SLP


Amy received her Masters Degree in Communicative Disorders and Sciences from San Jose State University. She has worked with early intervention, preschool, and school-aged children in both public school and clinical settings.  Amy enjoys working with children and their families, along with other professionals to incorporate the best approach for each individual child. She has experience working with children with a wide range of disabilities, and has specialized in developing Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) systems for students with severe communication impairments in the school district.  Amy has pursued advanced training in methods of AAC assessment and treatment, Social Thinking interventions for social language development, and PROMPT technique. Amy is a certified member of the American Speech Language Hearing Association and a California licensed SLP. Outside of the office, Amy enjoys the beach, walking her dog, and surfing. She is also passionate about holistic nutrition and lifestyle changes that can optimize overall functioning for each child and their families.

Nicole Winterstein, OTR/l


Nicole is a Registered Occupational Therapist with the NBCOT. She holds a Masters Degree in Sensory Integration and Pediatric perception from the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa. She is registered to practice and holds her license in the state of California. She ran her own successful Pediatric private practice in South Africa for 6 Years before emigrating to the USA and joining Cameron Roberts Speech Therapy. In addition to her academic qualifications, Nicole has a vast practical knowledge base coming from South Africa and having dealt with 

ASD- Autism Spectrum Disorders and SPD-Sensory Processing Difficulties, Individuals with (Prader-Willi syndrome and other Genetic Disorders, Cerebral Palsy, Autism & Fetal. Also, associated with these conditions, treatments for Sensory Processing Disorders. She conducted research in early child development and has a passion for working with children and collaborating with families and teachers alike.

Amy Williams, otr/l


Amy received her Masters of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy at San Jose State University. Since entering the field, Amy has particularly loved working with children and their families to provide individualized and family-centered care. She has worked with early intervention, preschool, and school-aged children in both public school and clinical settings. Amy is especially passionate about addressing picky eaters, sensory feeding concerns, and swallowing delays. She has pursued advanced training in oral motor development with the Beckman Oral Motor protocol, as well as courses on sensory feeding concerns for early intervention through school-aged children with the SOS Approach to Feeding. Amy is a certified member of the American Occupational Therapy Association and the Occupational Therapy Association of California.