Our Hours

Monday: 12 PM - 7 PM

Tuesday: 9 AM - 7 PM

Wednesday: 10 AM - 7 PM

Thursday: 9 AM - 7 PM

Friday: Evaluations only

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

Additional Information

We accept the following insurances: Anthem, Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Medicaid

Around the Office

Meet our Therapists

Chelsea Blanchard


Chelsea Blanchard graduated from the University of South Carolina with her Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She is the owner of The Center for Stuttering Therapy, where she has been working almost exclusively with children, adolescents, and adults who stutter since 2010. She provides consultation services as well as training and support for parents, speech pathologists, and educators. Chelsea is also the mother of a child who stutters. Working at CST is Chelsea’s passion. She holds the Ally of Stuttering Seal and is currently pursuing a distinguished board certification in the area of fluency by the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association. Additional experience includes 8 years in the public school setting with grades pre-k-12, mentoring other speech pathologists who are learning about fluency disorders, and being PROMPT trained.

Chelsea lives in Louisville with her husband and three children. When not at the Center, Chelsea enjoys traveling, hiking, cooking, and spending time with family and friends.

Matthew Goldman


Matthew graduated from the University of Connecticut with degrees in Psychology and Anthropology and completed a Masters degree in Speech Language Pathology at the University of Colorado in Boulder. During graduate school, Matthew focused on fluency and stuttering and completed an internship at the Center for Stuttering Therapy prior to graduating. He currently works at the Center for Stuttering Therapy and at an elementary school in Boulder Valley School District, doing therapy with stuttering, articulation, voice, social pragmatics and language delay. In his free time, Matthew enjoys hiking, reading, learning new languages, and traveling with his fiancée Kristina.

Alice Kembel


Alice Shi Kembel graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Psychology and earned a Masters degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Colorado in Boulder. Alice’s main area of interest in graduate school was fluency and stuttering, and she trained as a student clinician with the Successful Stuttering Management Program at the University of Utah, as well as completed an internship at the Center for Stuttering Therapy. Alice worked as a speech pathologist in the Palo Alto Unified School District in California before starting her own private practice. She has experience in therapy for stuttering, expressive and receptive language, articulation, voice, autism, and social pragmatic skills. Alice enjoys camping, fly fishing, hiking, reading, quilting, knitting, traveling, playing poker, and spending time with her three teenage sons.

Emily Guttmann


Emily Guttmann received her bachelor of arts degrees in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, and Vocal Music Performance from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She went on to receive her master's of arts degree in speech language pathology from the University of Northern Colorado. Emily studied and trained under Patty Walton, co-author of the "Fun with Fluency" book, and co-owner of The Center for Stuttering Therapy with Mary Wallace. Emily's stuttering therapy practice combines evidence-based, fluency enhancing strategies with meaningful dialogue and counseling to create a comfortable and supportive space for her clients. She works collaboratively with her clients to create relevant and achievable short term objectives, with the ultimate goal of leaving therapy with the tools to succeed beyond the private therapy setting.

Emily currently works at an elementary school full-time in Boulder Valley School District and has previously worked in pediatric private practice. When she is not working, you can often find her outside enjoying many of the outdoor activities Colorado has to offer with her fiance and 7-year-old border collie mutt, working in her garden, or taking on a new art project.

Travis Althouse


Travis received a bachelor’s degree in History from Temple University and a master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Eastern Washington University. He has worked as a mentor and clinician with the Successful Stuttering Management Program, an intensive stuttering workshop based in Washington. During graduate school, Travis completed an internship with the Center for Stuttering Therapy. He currently works at the Center for Stuttering Therapy as a speech-language pathologist. A stutterer himself, Travis has developed a passion for working with people who stutter. He began stuttering around age 8 and often draws from his own experience as a client in speech therapy. Travis is a member of the National Stuttering Association and attends meetings frequently. In his spare time, Travis enjoys reading, traveling, and playing cribbage and backgammon.