Rebecca Wolfe, CFY-SLP

Providing quality, compassionate care for you and your family

Rebecca Wolfe, CFY-SLP


Personal Biography:

Rebecca has lived in Oregon since 1985 when her family moved from southern Germany. She grew up in the Rogue Valley, spending her summers floating the Rogue River and playing soccer. Now, living in Eugene, she spends her free time traveling, enjoying the outdoors, and growing vegetables.

Rebecca currently works with adults needing swallowing treatments, cognitive training, and speech and language rehabilitation. She is also passionate about working with the younger population including children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder, targeting diverse speech, language and social skill needs.

Medical Education and Training:

Bachelor's degree: Linfield College
Master's degree: University of Oregon 



  • Speech Therapy

    Speech therapy is the evaluation and treatment of those experiencing difficulties with speech sounds, language, voice, swallowing, memory, problem-solving or attention issues. With input from your primary care provider, Samaritan Physical Rehabilitation's speech-language pathologists will develop a personalized treatment plan to help maximize your communication, swallowing or thinking.