Janice Lougeay

Senior Lecturer III - Behavioral and Brain Sciences
Tags: Communication Sciences and Disorders

Professional Preparation

M.S. - Communication Disorders
Bowling Green State University - 1970
B S. - Speech Pathology and Audiology
Southern Illinois University - 1969


Weintraub, Angela, Lougeay-Mottinger, Janice and Stillman, Robert (1991). Facilitating Communications in a Language-Disordered Child. Child Language Teaching and Therapy, Vol 7. No. 2, 260-272. 1991 - Publication
Lougeay-Mottinger, Janice, Harris, Marsha and Stillman, R.D. (1987). Use of Videotape Coding System to Change Clinical Behavior in Clinical Supervision. A Coming of Age, Proceedings of a National Conference on Supervision. New Mexico State University. Las Cruses, NM. 1987 - Publication
Harris, Marsha R. and Lougeay-Mottmger, Janice (1987). Evaluating Client Progress and Program Effectiveness A Challenge. NSSLHA Journal. Vol. 15, 48-57. 1987 - Publication
Friel-Patti, Sandy and Lougeay-Mottinger, Janice (1985) Preschool Language Intervention; Some Key Concerns, Topics in Language Disorders, Vol. 5, No. 2, 46-57. 1985 - Publication
Longeay-Mottinger, Janice, Harris, Marsha, Kaplan, Karen and Felicceti, Teresa (1984) A Competency Based Evaluation System for Students in Training ASHA, Vol. 17, 39-45. 1984 - Publication
Longeay-Mottinger, Janice and Susan Reaves (1980). Vocal Abuse in School-Age Children, Tejas Vol. 5, No 3 1980 - Publication


Clinical Instructor
University of Texas at Dallas [8–Present]


Challenges in stuttering therapy with cluldren-A case study analysis
2001–2001 Lougeay, Janice and Natasha Anderson. Presented at American Speech - Language-Hearing Association Convention, New Orleans, LA
Relationship of phonetic inventory to vocabulary acquisition in language-impaired toddlers
1994–1994 Lougeay-Mottinger, Jaruce. Paper presented at American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.
Preparing teachers and peers for inclusion of preschoolers with PDD
1998–1998 Lougeay, Jaruce, Lewis, Laura, and Cocke, Sara. Presented at American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, San Antomo, Texas.
Effect of context on communicative intent
1991–1991 Lougeay-Mottinger, Janice, Stillman, Robert and Lorenzo, Val. Paper presented at American SpeechLanguage-Hearin g Association Convention, Atlanta, GA.
lnclusion of children with communicative impairments in regular preschool classrooms
1997–1997 Lougeay, Janice and Lewis, Laura. Presented at American-Speech LanguageHearing-Association Convention, Boston. MA.

Additional Information


I direct the clinical education for speech-language pathology students. Before coming to UTD, I worked as a speech-language pathologist in a variety of clinical, educational, and medical settings.

My research interests center on outcomes in clinical education of students. Since coming to UTD I have developed a variety of clinical programs designed to provide experiences that will both enhance clinical skills in working with specific populations, and provide students with the background and knowledge base to develop as master clinicians. My personal interests include stuttering, autism, early childhood intervention and voice disorders. I currently teach courses in those areas and provide continuing education workshops to practicing professionals. I am actively involved in community support groups, boards, and organizations that support communicatively impaired individuals. Mary Dodd and I were awarded a Department of Education Training Grant to provide preparation of early intervention personnel to serve infants and toddlers with low incidence disabilities. Currently, I head the Texas task force charged with developing standardized eligibility guidelines and procedures for treating children with voice disorders in the public schools and co-chair the task force on fluency disorders.

36 years experience as a speech- language pathologist
  • Certificate of Clinical Competence, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Licensed by Texas
  • Board of Examiners in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Texas State Teaching Certificate
  • ACE Award for Continuing Education, 1986, 1989, 1993, 1995

News Articles

Award to Honor Callier Official for Devotion to Students, Field
As director of clinical education at Callier, Lougeay is part academic, part scheduling wizard and part life coach. Earnest young students know they can go to her whenever they have a question about a class next semester or career goals for the next two decades. Lougeay is scheduled to receive the Texas Speech Hearing Association’s (TSHA) Award of Honors this month, recognizing her commitment to the field. The award is presented annually to speech-language pathologists or audiologists who have contributed significantly to the organization and demonstrated outstanding leadership and professional excellence. Lougeay also teaches at Callier, focusing largely on stuttering, voice disorders and autism. She and Stillman developed the Preverbal Program for severely language-impaired toddlers. She founded a summer camp for stuttering children called Tricks for Talking, which emphasizes the fun in communication.
BBS Highlights Accomplishments of 2 Key Faculty Members
The School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences honored two of its best recently, presenting a new teaching award to a longtime faculty member and by highlighting the work of the professor for whom the award was named.

Jan Lougeay, director of clinical education at the Callier Center for Communication Disorders and a clinical lecturer for BBS, received the first Aage Møller Teaching Award.  The award was established by Dr. Møller, Margaret Fonde Jonsson Chair in BBS, to promote and recognize outstanding teaching. Lougeay and future recipients will receive an engraved crystal award honoring their achievements.


American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Texas Speech-Language and Hearing Association Dallas Aphasiology Association American Cancer Society National Stuttering Association ASHA Special Interest Division in Fluency Disorders Executive Board-Oak Hill Academy