Terri is the owner of Speech in the City, a private practice in Chicago that provides diagnostic and therapeutic speech and language services to children. Terri completed her doctoral degree in Speech and Language Pathology from Northwestern University and has been a practicing speech/language pathologist for over 30 years. Terri has worked in numerous settings including hospitals, schools and private practice. Her areas of expertise include oral/motor and feeding disorders in infants and children as well as childhood apraxia of speech, articulation/phonology and language/learning disorders. Terri has taught continuing education courses across the United States and is currently an adjunct professor at Northwestern University.
Jeanne completed her master’s degree at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Jeanne has been practicing for 7 years and has worked in various settings such as schools, hospitals, Early Intervention, and private practice. She is currently working with children with articulation and language disorders, apraxia, autism, and sensory feeding. Jeanne is certified in the SOS approach to feeding, as well as the Floortime model for treating children on the Autism spectrum. She uses various techniques in her therapy styles to form tailored programs for each individual child.
Lisa has been a practicing speech-language pathologist for more than 14 years. After receiving her Masters degree from the University of Tulsa, Lisa has worked in a variety of settings including hospitals, private practice, clinics and schools. She has experience working with children and adults, but has specialized in pediatric therapy. Additionally, she has extensive experience working closely with parents, teachers and other therapy providers to coordinate services. Her areas of interest include language/learning disorders with a wide range of children, from toddler to school aged. In addition, she has extensive experience with articulation and phonology.
Brittany received her undergraduate degree from Ohio University and completed her master’s degree at the University of Cincinnati. Brittany has been practicing for 6 years and has worked in various settings including schools, Early Intervention, and private practice. Her areas of interest include language/learning disorders, literacy, phonological awareness, autism and articulation/phonological disorders. She incorporates the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), augmentative communication, and adapted toys/games into her therapy sessions. Brittany is currently working on a graduate certificate in Assistive Technology. Additionally, with her experience working in the school setting she has extensive knowledge of Individualize Education Programs and integrating Common Core Standards into her therapy sessions.
Angie has been practicing speech-language pathology for over 18 years. After obtaining her Master’s from Syracuse University, she went on to work with children from birth to 21 years old with a variety of speech and language needs. Angie has provided services in early childhood centers, homes, schools, and private clinics. She was a clinic educator for 11 years at two top-ranked Universities, and taught both undergraduate and graduate courses in autism and clinical practice in speech-language pathology. Angie is currently working with families in Early Intervention and in a private clinic setting with articulation, language learning needs, motor planning difficulties, social-pragmatic delays, and autism. She is Hanen certified and has extensive training in the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). Her areas of expertise are augmentative alternative communication, autism, articulation/phonology, and early language development.
Kimberly Mundt, Office Manager
Kimberly has worked in the medical billing field for 6 years and as an office professional for 9 years. She received her Bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2008 from Northeastern Illinois University. She is also is a hardworking mother of three beautiful children.