Loyola University Maryland

Department of Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

Mary Lee Walls, M.S., CCC-SLP

Mary Lee WallsClinical Faculty


Towson State University, May 1987
Loyola College, August 1988

Areas of Specialization

Treatment of early intervention and school-aged clients with articulation/phonological disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, expressive & receptive language disorders, auditory processing, social skills/pragmatic language skills, and language based reading disorders. My experiences have included working in public, private, and catholic schools with clients with Learning Disabilities, Down syndrome, and Autism. Initiated the Reading Readiness Program and Articulation program at St. Mark Catholic School in Catonsville, MD, summer 2013                        


Tackling “r”  MSHA 2012 Convention, May 5, 2012

“Earobics: Implementation in the Classroom”  St. Pius X Regional School Faculty , February 17, 2012

“What is Phonological Awareness”  St. Pius X Regional School Faculty September, 2011

“Overview of Speech and Language Disorders”  St. Pius X Regional School Faculty,  February17, 2009

Professional Affiliations

American Speech Hearing Association

Read America /PhonoGraphix Provider, June 2007 - Present

About Mary Lee Walls

I began working as a part-time clinical supervisor in the fall of 2010 in the Columbia Clinic. I am looking forward to being full time at the Belvedere Clinic this fall. I have been married for 26 years to Charlie and we live in Bowie. We have three daughters. Two of our daughters have graduated from Towson University and our youngest daughter will attend Washington College this fall. My husband and I are active members of St. Pius X Church in Bowie. I enjoy cooking, playing tennis, long walks with our Labrador, Beau, and the beach. 

Audrey Schoonover-Brown


Audrey’s involvement on campus and Loyola’s emphasis on cura personalis make her proud to be a Hound

Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences, Writing