A native Vermonter, Molly received her bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the University of Vermont. During her four years in undergrad, Molly volunteered for a mentor/mentee program for children of refugee parents, where her work with children flourished and her interest in Autism Spectrum Disorders began. Molly moved to New Hampshire in 2014 to attend the University of New Hampshire where she graduated with her master’s degree in Speech Language Pathology with a concentration in early childhood. During this time, she fell in love with the New Hampshire seacoast and decided to make it home.
Molly joined Clearly Speaking in Spring 2017 and is an ASHA board certified SLP who comes to our practice from a rehabilitation hospital setting, where she has assessed and treated a variety of diagnoses, including articulation disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, auditory processing disorders, feeding/swallowing disorders, autism spectrum disorders, and dysarthria.
Molly strives for a family centered approach to therapy and believes offering a nurturing and supportive learning environment is top priority. She loves having the opportunity to work with both clients and their families to help improve overall communication in a child's everyday life.
When Molly is not busy working, she enjoys spending time with her husband, David, and daughter, Avery, as well as practicing yoga, being outdoors, and enjoying a great cup of coffee!