Supervising SLP - Ladson Clinic
Lexy is from Canton, Ohio. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences at Cleveland State University. Lexy then earned her Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology at Ohio University. Since moving to Charleston in 2018, Lexy has worked with children of all ages in a pediatric outpatient clinic, school settings, and natural environments. She is trained in PROMPT therapy to better assist children who struggle to accurately produce sounds. Lexy is also trained in SOS Approach to Feeding to help picky eaters. She has a special interest in early intervention and augmentative and alternative communication. When she is not at CCTC, Lexy enjoys drawing, spending time with friends, and working out!
Favorite color: Pink
Favorite food: Any dessert
Favorite movie: Finding Nemo
Lead Speech Therapist - Ladson Clinic
Brancie is from Huntington, West Virginia. She earned her Bachelor as well as Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology from Marshall University. Brancie gained experience in evaluating and treating patients in pediatric outpatient, schools, and pediatric acute care settings during her studies. She has special interest in treating feeding disorders. Brancie has lived in the Charleston area since 2019. She loves traveling, trying new restaurants, and relaxing on the beach.
Favorite color: Olive Green
Favorite food: Empanadas
Favorite movie: Hocus Pocus
Sydney is from Jacksonville, Florida. She earned both her Bachelor's and Master's degrees from Florida State University. Go Noles! Sydney has experience in both pediatric outpatient and school/preschool settings. She enjoys working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Deaf and Hard of Hearing populations. Sydney recently moved to Charleston, and is always looking for local recommendations! In her free time, Sydney loves to read, listen to Taylor Swift, and go to the beach.
Favorite color: Green
Favorite food: Anything red velvet
Favorite movie: Paddington
Ladson Clinic/Mt. Pleasant Clinic
Kelli is from Ocean, New Jersey. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from East Stroudsburg University and went on to earn her Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Mercy College. Kelli has experience working with children of all ages in pediatric outpatient, early intervention, and school settings. She has special interest in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and Childhood Apraxia. Kelli recently moved to Charleston and loves to spend time at the beach, traveling, and playing with her dogs in her spare time.
Favorite color: Purple
Favorite food: Chicken Fingers
Favorite movie: Frozen