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Group Therapy

Purpose: To teach children how to better interact and communicate with their peers. To build confidence as communicators. To improve self-esteem. To appropriately identify and express feelings, emotions, opinions, and thoughts through More »

Reading Therapy

Reading disabilities, including Dyslexia, are common, affecting 10-15% of the population. Because our world uses the written word to impart education and knowledge, a child or an adult with a reading disability often More »

Early Intervention Clinic (EIC)

CSLOT’s Early Intervention Clinics were developed in response to the growing need for intervention programs for infants and preschoolers with speech and/or language learning impairments. Experts in the field have conducted research More »

About Us

Since 1980, speech-language pathologists and occupational therapists from the Center for Speech, Language and Occupational Therapy (CSLOT) have been serving the communication and movement needs of patients in the San Francisco Bay More »



The Center for Speech, Language and Occupational Therapy, CSLOT, is a complete diagnostic and therapeutic center for disorders of communication, movement, and accented English. Serving both children and adults, CSLOT offers intensive short-term programs as well as ongoing programs for the treatment of all speech, language, voice, movement, and sensory integration disorders at all levels of severity.

The mission of CSLOT is to provide communication and movement to those who have lost or not yet acquired these skills.

Serving the Bay Area since 1980

Upcoming Events

The Center for Speech, Language and Occupational Therapy, CSLOT, is hosting our annual Autumn In-service Workshop on November 11, 2014.  This year’s topic is Approaches to the Treatment of Problem Behaviors in Children Under 5 with Autism. Attendees will earn .75 CEU’s from ASHA and a Certificate of Completion will be issued.

Register Online here and download the Program Brochure

Problem behaviors often exhibited by children with autism are obstacles to learning. Aspects of problematic behaviors including arousal modulation and sensory processing; functional assessment; intervention and prevention; and data collection are considered through three approaches to management of problem behaviors.


 The SCERTS® Model 

 Brendan O’Connor Webster, M.A., CCC, SLP, BCS-CL, CSLOT


Elaine Tsang, M.S., OTR/L, CSLOT

Positive Behavioral Supports

Shubha Kashinath, Ph.D., CCC, California State University, East Bay

Applied Behavior Analysis

Matt McAlear, M.A., BCBA, Kids Overcoming, LLC


Register Online and download the Program Brochure