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Meet your therapist - Kristin

Updated: Nov 6, 2023

Hi! I’m Kristin, and I’m the driving force behind the Magic Speech Bus.

I’m a licensed speech-language pathologist practicing in Pennsylvania since 2016.

I have a varied background treating a range of communication disorders and working with clients of all ages. I’ve worked with babies as young as 6 months and adults as young as 96 years! I enjoy treating all communication disorders, but some of my favorite skill areas to target include fluency (stuttering), articulation/phonological disorders, voice disorders, and AAC (alternative & augmentative communication). My treatment approach is always evidence-based, functional, and tailored to the individual needs of each of my clients.

The Magic Speech Bus was created as a solution to a problem many families face - a lack of convenience/accessibility to speech-language therapy. I want to bring my expertise to local families who are looking to bridge that gap in a unique and memorable way. I’ve always been an outgoing, optimistic, and creative person. The Magic Speech Bus really lets me show those qualities in my work as an SLP!

Outside of the realm of speech-language pathology, I’m a wife, mom, crafter, and gamer. I live in Boyertown with my husband Jake and our sweet lil chatterbox Liera. Our dog Piper is super friendly, but you won’t see her on the Bus much since she is not a fan of car rides. My hobbies include sewing, quilting, quick and easy Pinterest projects, and video games. I also play way too many logic and puzzle games on my phone. When I’m not at home you can usually catch me at a local playground or the library with Liera!

My mission is to help you meet your fullest communication potential while enjoying the journey there. If you think we’d make a great team, send me an email and let’s connect today!

Experience & Education

  • Master’s of Science in Speech-Language Pathology, Bloomsburg University of PA

  • Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist (Pennsylvania)

  • SLP work history in elementary school, intermediate unit, and private practice therapy settings

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