A Supportive, Educational Community for SLPs Specializing in Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders

Hands-On Training, Credentialing, and Mentorship

Education

Learn how to evaluate and treat orofacial myofunctional disorders. Obtain the tools and resources you need to grow your orofacial myofunctional practice.

Community

Join a support system of other Speech-Language Pathologists who are actively expanding their knowledge of orofacial myofunctional disorders.

Mentorship

Connect with industry-leading orofacial myofunctional therapists who can provide mentorship as you implement OMD treatment into your clinic.

Chatterton Myo Community

Set yourself up for success by joining a community that offers comprehensive training for a step-by-step OMD remediation program. Gain access to a library of tools and resources to help implement orofacial myofunctional therapy into your practice and expand your client base. Help your clients achieve long lasting results by utilizing the Chatterton Myo Courses™ app to demonstrate each exercise and track progress between appointments. Take advantage of ongoing mentoring from experienced orofacial myologists who can help guide you through the growth of your practice. Leverage a built-in support system you can turn to for answers and guidance.

Chatterton MyoProgram™ Credentialing Course

Learn to Confidently Evaluate and Treat Orofacial Myofunctional Disorders

The Chatterton MyoProgram™ is an ASHA approved course that gives you the tools and resources you need to confidently diagnose and treat clients with orofacial myofunctional disorders. This 3 day, in-person training will prepare you to take a client with an orofacial myofunctional disorder from evaluation to successful generalization.
Chatterton MyoProgram™ is currently not available to individuals who practice within 100 miles of Boise, Idaho.

Join In-Person

The 3-day course is hosted at the Center for Orofacial Myology in Boise, Idaho

Upcoming Course Dates

February 2 - 4, 2023
June 22 - 24, 2023
August 10 - 12, 2023
November 2 - 4, 2023

Earn ASHA CEUs

MyoProgram™ credentialing is offered for 2.45 ASHA CEUs

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What People Are Saying About Chatterton Myo Courses™

"I came into the Chatterton MyoProgram™ training with a background in tongue thrust therapy. Following the training, I realized how many gaps in knowledge I was truly missing. I left the training with a clear, sequenced, step by step protocol that can easily be implemented from evaluation to treatment. Completing this training has truly given me a passion for orofacial myofunctional disorders!"

Becky, MS, CCC-SLP

"Chatterton MyoProgram™ sets the patient and therapist up for success. The program is straightforward and easy to individualize. The patient is allowed to learn at a comfortable pace, with modifications to ensure no task is too difficult. I have seen many patients make greater strides in 6 months than others who have been in therapy for years. This course has reignited my love for what I do."

Lyndsey, MS, CCC-SLP

"I left Rian and Jaimee's training feeling assured that I can not only identify orofacial myofunctional disorders in my patients, but can also guide them through the steps in the Chatterton MyoProgram™. The resources and the client app are a true game changer for my practice."

Shelly, MS, CCC-SLP

Built Upon Galen Peachey’s Foundational Protocol

Galen Peachey, one of the founding members of the International Association of Orofacial Myology (IAOM), opened the first Idaho-based orofacial myology practice in Boise in 1971. Throughout his years of practice, Galen developed an assessment protocol to evaluate the presence of undifferentiated lingual mandibular movements and established a therapeutics protocol to effectively treat them. 

In 2013, Galen’s Boise-based clinic was purchased by Rian Chatterton, who has continued to use Galen’s foundational framework for establishing lingual mandibular differentiation, correct mouth resting posture, and swallowing patterns and developed them further into the Chatterton MyoProgram™. This program is used on patients every day at the Center for Orofacial Myology in Boise, Idaho, and has helped hundreds of clients with orofacial myofunctional disorders. 

For the first time ever, the Chatterton MyoProgram™ is available for clinicians outside of the Center for Orofacial Myology to learn and implement into their own orofacial myofunctional practice.

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