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Is your child…

  • Bright but can’t learn?
  • Overwhelmed with everyday tasks?
  • Frustrated with relationships?
  • Having frequent allergies, colds, ear infections, stomach aches, floating aches and pains?
  • Frustrated at not being able to communicate as well as peers?
  • Socially or emotionally immature?
See how CTS can help you

Do you feel…

  • Frustrated with slow thinking?
  • Embarrassed with word retrieval or memory problems?
  • Overwhelmed with which treatment choice would be best?
  • Guilty because you can’t do it all right now?

Welcome to the Center for Therapeutic Strategies – Center for Therapeutic Strategies is a speech therapy practice. We have five stellar speech therapists including owner, Jane Shook, Kerri O’Neill, Sherri Pilcher, Amy Losman and Stacy Mathai. We serve children, teens, and adults with sensory processing and executive function issues. We also offer a mentoring service for SLP’s, SLP-A’s and SLP students who wish to gain understanding of utilizing multi-sensory model in speech therapy sessions. We offer traditional speech therapy for all communication disorders using sensory strategies to support brain activation and integration needed to increase executive function. We specialize in serving individuals with auditory and sensory processing, autism spectrum, developmental delays, verbal apraxia, learning disabilities and feeding disorders. We use innovative, cutting edge strategies that increase brain performance. Even fluency issues respond well to an integrative approach! We also offer a media center and frequent educational opportunities for parents, teachers and therapists. We hold both individual and group sessions for social connections skills and summer camps.
Center for Therapeutic Strategies also is the first- of- its- kind consulting service that provides an overall treatment plan with referrals to other professionals and educational options. Jane also serves her clients with cutting edge speech and language therapy modalities using a sensory integration approach.

Jane is licensed as a Speech Language Pathologist by the State of Texas and is licensed by the Pastoral Medical Association, a Private Expressive Association as a Diplomat of Pastoral Science (D.PSc). All information on this site is offered under the laws governing Private Expressive Associations and Ecclesiastical Law for our members. Reading this website implies that you acknowledge the rights of Jane Shook to counsel you in her role as a Pastoral Health Practitioner and Counselor. To join our Association click link to Membership Forms. For more information regarding the PMA or to sign up online see


Jane Shook, M.S.CCC, SLP, has been a speech pathologist in private practice serving both children and adults with these issues over the past thirty years in the Dallas area. She served for five years as secretary and president of S.I. Challenge, Inc., a not-for-profit agency serving families with sensory processing dysfunction.

Steps of Devising Therapeutic Strategies

  • Evaluate and Identify the Current Needs
  • Identify Primary Goals
  • Identify Areas of Treatment needed for goals
  • Prioritize Treatment Strategies to meet goals
  • Provide supervision services to oversee the ongoing treatment plan
  • Provide diagnostic evaluations and therapy for speech, language, auditory/linguistic processing, phonological awareness, fluency, and voice disorders

Who would benefit?

  • Children & Adults with processing disorders
  • Auditory & Linguistic Processing
  • Downs Syndrome
  • Dyspraxia
  • Lack of coordination
  • Delayed speech & language
  • Dyslexia
  • Learning Differences
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Regulatory Disorders
  • Mood Disorders
  • Sensory Integration Dysfunction
  • Developmental Delays
  • Selective Mutism
  • Picky Eaters
  • Tongue Thrust Swallowing problems
  Center for Therapeutic Strategies, Quantum Treatment Solutions, and Therapeutic Strategies, P.C. do not diagnose, treat, nor prescribe for a specific medical condition or illness and any recommendation made is not intended to replace the advice of a licensed medical practitioner.