Meredith White is a speech-language pathologist as well as special needs mother to children with autism and other learning challenges. She is recognized by "Apraxia Kids" for Advanced Training and Expertise in Childhood Apraxia of Speech and is certified in Orofacial Myology (COM) by the International Association of Orofacial Myology (IAOM). Meredith serves as Coordinator for the Greater Atlanta Area Walk for Apraxia of Speech, she regularly guest lectures for Georgia State University graduate students on the topic of pediatric motor speech disorders, and she presents at the Georgia Speech-Language Hearing Association’s annual convention on topics such as Childhood Apraxia of Speech and Tongue-Tie. Meredith also provides in-services to educate fellow SLPs in Atlanta area school districts on the topic of childhood apraxia of speech.


Cettina received her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Linguistics from New York University and her Master’s of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Columbia University. Cettina has vast experience in private practice and attends advanced seminars such as PROMPT Levels 1&2, Nancy Kaufman, SOS Feeding Approach, PECS, Lea Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT- Level 1), and Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing. Experience includes: early language delays, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, genetic abnormalities, language learning delays, hearing impairment, articulation (apraxia and phonological disorders), feeding difficulties (motor and sensory), Cortical Visual Impairment, and AAC.

”C.J.” received her undergraduate degree in Anthropology from Georgia State University and her master’s degree In Speech-Language Pathology from University of Alabama. Upon graduation she worked at Children’s Hospital of Alabama in Birmingham in inpatient acute care.  For the past two years she’s worked at Scottish Rite’s Comprehensive Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit. Christina is an expert at feeding and swallowing.  Prior to graduate school, Christina worked as an ABA therapist, which provided her with vast experience developing language, verbal skills, AAC, and behavior for children with Autism and other disorders.  Christina has experience with all kinds of patients and is passionate about providing the highest quality of care. She is also bilingual in Spanish.

Sarah received her BS in Human Development from University of California, Davis, and her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from The University of Iowa.  Since graduating she’s worked in the clinical setting specializing in dyslexia, academic coaching, speech-language therapy and childhood apraxia of speech.  She has advanced training in: Social Thinking, Lindamood Bell Instruction for Reading Comprehension, Barton Reading and Spelling System, Executive Functioning, PROMPT for apraxia of speech, Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing, and tongue tie assessment and remediation. 


KRISTINA SHERRILL   Intake Coordinator

Kristina received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Georgia State University in Linguistics.  She now serves as Intake Coordinator by managing all incoming clients, scheduling, payments and clinical reception.