College of Education and Professional Studies

Ms. Amy Thomas


Phone: (405) 974-5143

Office: LIB 173

Box: 80

General Information

Mrs. Amy Thomas is faculty and Clinical Supervisor at the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) Scott F. McLaughlin Speech and Hearing Clinic.  She currently instructs Aphasia II, Legal Aspects in Speech-Language Pathology, Dysphagia, and Cleft Palate at UCO.

Mrs. Thomas completed her undergraduate degree with a minor in communication at UCO in May 1994.  She went on to complete her Masters of Education, Speech-Language Pathology at UCO in 1996.  While completing her graduate degree, she served as a Graduate Assistant in the Oklahoma School for the Deaf Edmond Regional Preschool.  She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.  She is also licensed by the Board of Examiners in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.

Upon graduation, Mrs. Thomas began her career in an inpatient rehab setting working with adults that had sustained a brain injury.  While at that hospital, she went on to assist with computerization of all therapy documentation working on a collaborative team consisting of co-workers throughout the hospital.  Mrs. Thomas has worked in an outpatient clinic working with pediatrics and adults.  While at there, she was given a Mercy Pillar award for excellence.  After leaving that hospital setting, she worked at a pediatric clinic with a variety of diagnoses including apraxia, auditory processing, autism, feeding difficulties, and language disorders, to name a few.  Mrs. Thomas has also worked in a public school setting and a private school setting. 

“The most rewarding aspect of being a speech-language pathologist is the relationships that are built.  Throughout my career, I have been grateful for all I have learned from the clients and families I have been blessed to encounter.  Speech Pathology offers a variety of settings, ages, and diagnoses to evaluate and treat.  Being a part of the faculty at UCO has been a privilege.  Working with our future SLP’s is an honor!”