Mollie is an enthusiastic and dedicated clinician who found her passion for speech-language pathology as an undergraduate at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Ma. As a Psychology major and Deaf Studies minor, she focused her education on understanding how to effectively motivate and teach children with a variety of language backgrounds. Mollie remained in Worcester to earn her master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Worcester State University. She joined Clearly Speaking in Spring 2016 and is an ASHA board certified speech-language pathologist who brings experience from private clinics, elementary and middle schools, rehabilitation hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and assisted living facilities. Mollie believes that a strong, positive rapport with patients and their families serves as the foundation of her therapy and she is committed to cultivating a supportive learning environment.
During her time at Clearly Speaking, Mollie has continued to expand her love for the field of speech-language pathology through serving as a graduate student supervisor, pursuing continued education in augmentative/alternative communication, engaging in research based opportunities, and presenting "Baby's First Signs: Using Sign Language to Facilitate Early Communication Skills" at the Seacoast Mom and Baby Expo in Elliot, ME in 2019. Mollie continues to seek out ways to connect with both patients and families to support their understanding of early communication skills and help them foster these skills in children.
When Mollie is not researching and exploring the field of speech-language pathology, she enjoys spending time outdoors and enjoying a nice coffee with friends and family. Mollie resides in her hometown of Amesbury, MA with her husband, Stephen, and children, Abigail and Samuel.