Jordan Stewart, M.a. CCC-SLP

Jordan graduated from the University at Buffalo, SUNY. Jordan was brought into this field by her desire to find a career that combined her communication skills and teaching with her passion to help children with special needs. She also holds a teaching certificate, graduated Summa Cum Laude. Sie ist ein angetriebene Rede Sprache Pathologe mit Erfolg in Kindern Sprache / Sprache Ziele durch angenehm und einfallsreich maßgeschneiderte Therapie Aktivitäten zu erreichen, die natürlich zu ihrer täglichen Umgebung übertragen,,en,Michelle Andrzejewski MS,,en,Ambulanzen und Hausbesuche,,en,Sie verfolgte eine Karriere in der Sprache und Sprachpathologie aufgrund ihrer Leidenschaft für die Arbeit mit Kindern,,en,Sie ist unnachgiebig auf dem Laufenden über die aktuelle Forschung zu bleiben bis bieten evidenzbasierte Behandlungen,,en,von der University of South Florida absolvierte mit seinem Master of Science in Logopädie,,en,Er ist dreisprachig und bietet Dienstleistungen in Spanisch und Englisch,,en,Kohorte Zuschuss aus dem Department of Education,,en. Jordan is knowledgeable about current evidence-based research findings and effective diagnostic and therapeutic approaches. She has experience in providing group and individual therapy in school and private settings to students ages 1-21. Jordan also has a working proficiency of Spanish and uses it with some of her Spanish speaking clientele. In her spare time she enjoys jet skiing, Ausflüge Strände, Lesen, beobachten Dokumentationen, Tennis spielen und Reisen.

Alissa Belmont, M.S. CCC-SLP

Alissa earned her Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of South Florida. She interned in Hillsborough County Elementary School’s and practiced speech therapy with children under supervision at the USF on-site clinic. She was brought into the field by her enthusiasm for language and love for being creative with kids. Alissa has a personal goal of earning an ACE award that is given to SLPs who earn 70 hours of continuing education within 3 Jahre. She loves being creative and making every session full of opportunities to communicate and support language learning. In her spare time she likes to relax at the beach, lesen, write, cook, and try DIY art projects. Alissa often encourages parents to read to their children to increase their exposure to language every day.


Jessica Mullins, B.S. SLPA

Jessica ist eine Sprache-Sprachpathologie-Assistenten mit ihren Junggesellen von Indiana State University. Werden Sie wird die Teilnahme an Graduiertenschule im Herbst 2015. Sie beschloss, Rede Sprache Pathologie wegen ihrer Liebe und Mitgefühl für Menschen mit Entwicklungsverzögerungen verfolgen. Sie hat mehr als 9 years of experience working with individuals of all ages who have Autism Spectrum Disorder. Jessica has traveled to Africa where she taught English to children and adults in local villages. She likes to ensure that families are well informed of their child’s goals and educates them on therapeutic materials which can be used at home. In her spare time, sie gerne an den Strand gehen, Geschäft, Reise, und verbringen Sie Zeit mit Freunden und Familie.


Debbie Meissner M.S., CCC-SLP

Debbie joined Children’s Therapy Solutions after working for Manatee County Schools for 35 Jahre. She earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Florida and her Masters degree from Florida State University. Debbie has vast experience working with a variety of ages and disorders. She has extensive experience working with children having autism, language based reading disorders, mental health, ADHD, Stottern, voice, language and speech disorders. She participated many years on the cleft palate team through Children’s Medical Services. Debbie has also been an adjunct professor for Nova University. She enjoys keeping current with latest therapy trends earning ACE awards from the American Speech Language-Hearing Association. Debbie finds working with her clients and their family to be very rewarding. She truly believes that it takes a village to raise a child.

Michelle Andrzejewski MS, CCC-SLP

Michelle received her B.S. and M.S. in Speech Language Pathology at Purdue University. At Purdue, she was a research assistant for a lab that was researching early predictors of autism spectrum disorders. She became a Speech-Language Pathologist because of her passion for working with children. She moved down to Florida two years ago and has loved getting to know the area. Michelle zur Zeit arbeitet auch in der Schule Einstellung mit den Schülern vom Kindergarten bis 5. Klasse,,en,Sie liebt Lese- und Schreibfähigkeiten mit Artikulation und Sprachziele zu kombinieren,,en,Fast alle ihrer Therapie-Sitzungen umfassen das Lesen eines Buches,,en,In ihrer Freizeit,,en,Michelle genießt Kajak,,en,und Spiele mit ihrer Familie und Freunden,,en. She loves to combine literacy skills with articulation and language goals. Almost all of her therapy sessions include reading a book. In her free time, Michelle enjoys kayaking, going to the beach, and playing games with her family and friends.

Caitlin Kellogg, M.a. CF-SLP

Caitlin earned her Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology from Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. She always had a desire to become a part of a field that would allow her to help make a positive impact in the lives of those in need, and speech has given her just that. Caitlin had the opportunity to complete a 14-week internship at Children’s Therapy Solutions and is happy to return to Florida joining the speech therapy team full time. Caitlin strives to make her therapy sessions enjoyable, creative, individualized, and let’s not forget…FUN! She aims to make differences in the lives of her clients one day at a time. In her spare time, she enjoys being outdoors, spending time with friends and family, cooking/eating (let’s be honest!), Musik, and simply just trying new things!


Alessandra Huertas, B.A. SLPA

Alessandra earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of South Florida. She has more than 5 years of experience working with individuals who have Autism Spectrum Disorder and other developmental delays. She has worked with children in other settings as well for example, teaching piano at a private school. She wanted to pursue a career where she can teach, be creative, and help make an impact in other people’s lives. Alessandra was born in Peru, but grew up in California since she was 6 years old. She moved to Florida for college and fell in love with this state. She became certain about pursuing a career in speech language pathology after seeing the positive impact it had on her younger sibling first-hand. Now her desire and passion is to help children and their families just as her family was helped. Being bilingual she can help a broad range of children and families! In her free time she loves relaxing at the beach, painting, going to the movies, acting, traveling and exploring new places.

Courtney Addington, M.S. CCC-SLP

Courtney earned her Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Kent State University. She currently has more than 5 years of experience in settings that include: Skilled Nursing Facilities, Educational Service Center Preschools, Public Elementary Schools, Outpatient Clinics and Home Visits. She pursued a career in Speech and Language Pathology due to her passion for working with children. She is adamant about staying up to date on the most current research to provide evidenced-based treatments. She enjoys using fun, creative, activities and incorporating literature into therapy sessions to keep children engaged and to maximize speech and language opportunities. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, swimming, reading and exploring new cities and beaches.

Andres Gordillo, M. S., CCC-SLP

Andres, “Mr. G,” graduated from the University of South Florida with his Master’s of Science in Speech-Language Pathology. He is trilingual and provides services in both Spanish and English. As a recipient of the 5th cohort grant from the Department of Education, seine Studien im Zusammenhang mit Hören und Sprache in kulturell und sprachlich vielfältigen Kindern gesprochen, die taub oder schwerhörig sind brachten ihm zusätzliche Zertifizierung als Early Intervention Hörspezialist,,en,Er arbeitete als schulisches Logopäde für,,en. He worked as a school-based speech-language pathologist for 1.5 Jahre. His background led him into the field. Andres grew up in Ecuador and came to America when he was 14 years old. Having grown up with a cousin with Down syndrome he noticed the lack of resources for treatment first-hand there. His goal now is to open his own clinic in Ecuador and make a difference in other countries too! In his spare time, Andres likes playing the guitar, soccer, Lauf, and traveling.

Laura Winkler, M.S. CCC-SLP
Laura earned her Master’s degree in speech-language pathology from the University of South Florida and her Bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Elon University in North Carolina. She spent two years teaching prior to entering the field of speech-language pathology. While working as an elementary school teacher Laura noticed several students who struggled with learning to read and write, make friends, and follow directions in school due to difficulties with language processing. This inspired her to help children strengthen these skills to be successful in school and relations, leading to the decision to pursue becoming an SLP. Laura attained certification in the Barton Reading and Spelling System and maintains her Florida teaching certification in grades K-6. She spent one school year in California providing teletherapy to children enrolled in California Virtual Academy. She enjoyed the virtual computer hugs and smiles, but is happy to return to the CTS clinic! Her strengths include diagnosing and treating language based literacy disorders, language impairments, Artikulation, and early intervention for speech-language delays. In her spare time she enjoys playing tennis, volleyball and reading.
Erin Browne, M.Ed. CF-SLP
Erin earned her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Georgia and her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa. Erin pursued this field because of her passion for assisting others in discovering and developing their voices and abilities to communicate! She is originally from a suburb of Chicago where she completed a partial internship at a pediatric outpatient clinic associated with Little Company of Mary Hospital, and she most recently interned at Peachtree Elementary near Atlanta, Georgia. She has experience providing treatment to preschool through high school students and she has completed training in alternative augmentative communication (AAC). Erin strives to provide therapy in a fun, dynamic, and engaging way! She believes keeping families and loved ones involved with intervention is a key to success. Outside of her love for speech, Erin enjoys running, spending time outdoors, cooking and exploring her new city!


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