Speech-Language Pathologists

Consultant: Pamela Mitchell, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Licensed

Pamela R. Mitchell, Ph.D. is a highly experienced speech-language pathologist with a passion for helping clients achieve their goals.

Dr. Mitchell has a diverse base of clinical, research and teaching experience in a variety of environments and is highly regarded for her clinical skills.

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Therapist: Calley E. Mitchell M.A., CCC-SLP, Licensed 

Calley Mitchell earned her bachelor's and master's degrees from Kent State University. She is an energetic speech-language pathologist with commitment to family-centered services and making an impact in the lives of people with communication challenges. She has experience working with all ages and various types of speech/language/communication impairments.

In her free time, Calley loves spending time with her family, her dogs, horses, and ducks!

 

Calley is certified in the It Takes Two to Talk Program from the Hanen Centre (Learn more) and DIRFloortime (Learn More).

Calley is also the proud recipient of the ACE Award from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association.  Learn more

Calley chooses from a variety of approaches that will best support her client's success.

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Therapist: Becky Herr, M.A., CCC-SLP, Licensed

Becky earned her bachelor's degree from Georgetown University and her passion for language led her to pursue graduate studies in Speech-Language Pathology at Kent State University.  Becky has presented at the Ohio Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention and published an article in the eHearsay journal on the topic of AAC apps for iPhones and iPads. She is dedicated to helping clients of all ages.

 

In her free time, Becky enjoys spending time with her husband, three children, and their four cats, Bart, Julie, Merlin, and Minerva.

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Therapist: Ashlynn Kufleitner, M.A., CF-SLP

Ashlynn earned her Masters degree from the University of Pittsburgh and her Bachelor’s degree from the College of Wooster. At Wooster, she was involved in research and completed a published Independent Study that investigated echolalia and self-stimulatory behaviors as a potential communication strategy for autistic children. She is a sibling to two autistic brothers and understands first-hand that individuals with communication needs and their families need to receive compassionate and comprehensive care from professionals. She is passionate about advocacy, education, and neurodiversity. In her practice, she enjoys working with clients of all ages and strives to help her clients become strong, confident communicators. 

In her free time, Ashlynn enjoys baking, crafting, and spending time with her family and her cat Georgia.