Meet Your Therapist
SPEECH YOUR WAY!
All the therapists pick the hours they work and where they work! This allows accommodations for specialized treatment in a variety of locations! Have an idea for where you would like your treatment to take place (school, public library, in-home, at the office), let one of us know, we might be able to help you out!
Owner of Speech Pathways
Katelin is an ASHA Certified and NJ-licensed Speech-Language Pathologist with over 15 years of experience working with children and adults in outpatient centers, hospitals, and schools.
She obtained her Bachelor's Degree at James Madison University in Communication Science and Disorders. She received her Master's Degree at Northeastern University in Speech-Language Pathology.
Quickly after graduating, she was offered a job at a hospital in Camden, NJ working with adult patients diagnosed with strokes and traumatic brain injuries. At this hospital she treated many patients with swallowing disorders, aphasia, dysarthria, and cognitive-linguistic impairments. After several years she began working full time with the pediatric population at a children's hospital and outpatient treatment center. There she treated children from birth to 21 years old. She took a special interest in children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS). In addition, she worked with medically fragile children in the Medical Daycare Center focusing on feeding therapy and basic expressive and receptive communication skills. Most recently, Katelin has been evaluating and treating students from Pre-K to 5th grade in the elementary school setting working closely with Case Managers, Social Workers, Occupational Therapists, and Physical Therapists to help students access the curriculum and make them successful in the classroom environment.
Over the course of her career, Katelin has treated patients and students in a variety of therapeutic settings. She continues to contract in the public school system. She has worked with diverse populations including Down Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), receptive and expressive language disorders, Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS), Cerebral Palsy, hearing impaired, auditory processing disorders, fluency disorders, aphasia, dysarthria, and cognitive-communication disorders.
She currently resides in Haddon Township, NJ with her husband and two sons and loves working with children and adults throughout the South Jersey region in a 1:1 setting.
Jessica is accepting clients Wednesday's 9:30 am-2:00 pm
Jessica is an ASHA Certified and NJ licensed Speech-Language Pathologist with over 10 years of experience in pediatric outpatient and medical daycare settings.
Jessica received her Bachelor’s degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology from Stockton University and her Master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Marywood University. Her professional career began as a clinician in an outpatient pediatric setting, assessing and treating children with a variety of communication and feeding/swallowing disorders including Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS), receptive and expressive language impairments, stuttering, impairments related to Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), sensory/behavioral feeding challenges, and articulation and phonological disorders.
Jessica’s areas of interest and expertise include Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) training as an augmentative and alternative communication modality, feeding and swallowing treatment planning and execution paired with comprehensive caregiver training and support, and effective treatment strategies for treatment of Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS).
Jessica currently resides in Medford, NJ where she lives with her husband and 2 daughters. She meets each child with passion, energy, and dedication in order for them to achieve their fullest potential.
Diana is accepting clients Wednesday's afterschool
Diana is a bilingual ASHA certified and NJ licensed Speech-Language Pathologist. She obtained her bachelor's degree in Health Science at Stockton University in 2019 and her master’s degree in Communication Disorders with a Hispanic Emphasis at Stockton University in 2021.
Diana is currently working at Pennsauken Public Schools, where she has been at for the last 3 years. She has also completed clinical practicums at the Stockton Speech & Hearing Clinic, Slaybaugh Preschool, and Millville Public Schools. She has gained extensive experience in treating and evaluating children ages 2 through 10. She has experience working with children with learning disabilities, autism, down syndrome, fluency disorders, articulation and phonological disorders, and receptive and expressive language disorders. She enjoys using a play-based therapy approach to help children meet their speech and language goals. Diana believes using play during therapy provides a keeps a child more engaged and motivated.
Diana has extensive experience working with the bilingual English and Spanish speaking population & multilingual population. She is passionate about assessing and providing culturally and linguistically appropriate services for bilingual children and adults.
Diana currently resides in Sicklerville, NJ with her husband and their dog, Benny. She is excited to help her clients and their families reach their goals!
Alyssa is accepting clients Mondays 4:00-7:00 pm
Alyssa is an ASHA certified and New Jersey licensed Speech-Language Pathologist. She attended Stockton University and earned her Bachelor of Science in Health Science with a concentration in Communication Disorders in 2019. She continued her education at Stockton University and graduated with her Master of Science in Communication Disorders in the spring of 2021.
Alyssa is working at Gloucester Township Public Schools working with elementary age children. During her graduate studies, Alyssa completed three clinical practicums at the Stockton Speech and Hearing Clinic, Roland Rogers Elementary, and George L. Hess Education Complex. Through her practicums and work in the school, she has gained experience evaluating and treating individuals between the ages of 2 and 12, who have a variety of communication needs. She also has knowledge of and experience working with children with Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, fluency disorders, phonological and articulation disorders, as well as receptive and expressive language disorders.
Alyssa has a deep passion for working with children who have language difficulties and aims to help them find their strengths in communication. She believes that connection starts with communication. By advocating for her patients and providing evidence-based therapy, she strives to increase her patients’ interpersonal relationships and improve their overall quality of life.
She currently resides in Glassboro, NJ with her fiancé and is eager to continue treating children and adults in an individualized, clinical setting.
Victoria "Tori" Stoner MS, CCC-SLP
Tori received her undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders from The
College of New Jersey and received her graduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Loyola University Maryland.
Over the past few years, Tori gained a wide variety of experience while working at Cooper Hospital. Her time there was split between treating adults in the hospital and treating infants/pediatrics in the hospital and outpatient site. She treated a variety of adult speech and swallowing disorders on the Trauma, Neuro, Medical/Surgical and Stroke floors. While she continues to maintain interest and skill in the adult population, she found that her passion is all things pediatrics.
She especially found interest in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) where she helped parents and loved ones feed premature or medically fragile babies. In hospital and outpatient pediatrics, she treated a variety of diagnoses such as Traumatic Brain Injury, Dysphagia, Cleft Palate, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Stuttering, Down Syndrome, Apraxia, Articulation Disorders, Receptive/Expressive Language Delays, Tongue Ties and Picky Eating. She enjoys all areas of both feeding and speech and language therapy. Tori has celebrated with parents as children have said their first words, learned how to produce new speech sounds, used a speech generating device for the first time, tried a new food, took a bottle well for the first time, or found a way to communicate with loved ones. Watching children reach their goals is one of the many reasons why Tori loves her profession.
Tori enjoys fostering relationships with her patients as well as their families and loved ones. She keeps in contact with families long past discharge from speech/feeding therapy to ensure that
kids are on the right track.
Tori lives in Haddon Heights, NJ with her husband Andrew and her new baby girl, Hailey. Tori experienced the parent side of therapy as her baby received therapy services due to feeding issues from a tongue and lip tie. Her passion for oral ties intensified and she feels even more equipped to treat this population after she has walked through it herself. Tori is excited to be working in her home town of Haddonfield, NJ. She can’t wait to meet you!