Sarah Young, CCC-SLP


M.S. 2015 Speech-Language Pathology, Appalachian State University, NC
B.M. 2012 Vocal Performance, Dallas Baptist University, TX


ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence, Speech-Language Pathology
NC license, Speech-Language Pathology


Voice disorders
Voice rehabilitation for the singer/professional voice user


CSD 5561 – Introduction to Clinical Procedures I
CSD 5565 – Clinical Practicum II
CSD 5566 – Clinical Practicum III
CSD 5569 – Clinical Practicum IV


Sarah Young joined the department as a Clinical Educator in 2018.  After completing her graduate training at Appalachian State in 2015, Sarah completed her internship at the Voice Clinic of Wake Forest Baptist University.  There, she was exposed to voice diagnostics and rehabilitation for a variety of voice disorders, and found a passion for this patient population.  Following her internship, she worked for the Durham VA Medical Center for two years, working in inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation with a special interest in blast related mild traumatic brain injury.  Most recently, Sarah transitioned as an outpatient clinician to UNC Rex Healthcare in Raleigh, NC, working predominately with voice/swallowing disorders in adults.  Sarah is currently assigned to Watauga Medical Center where she works with adult and geriatric populations predominately at the outpatient rehabilitation center and also in the acute-care hospital setting. Sarah is passionate about providing the utmost quality of patient care and she hopes to instill that passion within her students. 

Title: Clinical Educator, Speech Language Pathology
Department: Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Email address: Email me

Phone: (828) 262-8244

Fax: (828) 262-3153

Office address
Levine Hall, Room 485