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Converge Speech TherapyTM  founder, Craig McIntire-Mann (He/Him) is a licensed speech-language pathologist (SLP) who has provided assessment and treatment for communication, voice and swallowing disorders throughout the greater Bay Area for the past 16 years. He received his Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology from California State University, Hayward and maintains a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).


Craig has worked in multiple acute, sub-acute and outpatient facilities including: University of California San Francisco Medical Center, Contra Costa Regional Medical Center, John Muir Medical Center and West Contra Costa County Clinic. He also previously worked as a home health speech therapist for Kaiser Permanente, Diablo Region. Craig recently was an Intervention Coach for Aging with Pride: IDEA program, a National Institute on Health (NIH)-funded study by the University of Washington School of Social Work. Currently, he works as an SLP for Center for Elders' Independence (CEI) located throughout the East Bay. 

In the community, Craig has a diverse volunteer background. He was a mentor through Big Brothers/Big Sisters of America, participated in Walnut Creek's Community Service day and was previously a performing member of the non-profit, CHEER San Francisco, which performs nationally/internationally to raise much needed funds for various organizations serving the LGBTQ community.




Outside of clinical practice, Craig enjoys hiking, roller skating and being in the outdoors. He lives in Walnut Creek with his husband and rescue dog, Pismo. Craig is a self-taught painter and is featured in Artfolio, a publication highlighting international, emerging, abstract and contemporary artists. 


Craig McIntire-Mann, MS CCC-SLP

CA Lic# 15246

  • LMRVT certified

  • MoCA certified administrator

  • Evergreen Certified Dementia Care Specialist (ECDCS)

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