Megan was born and raised in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She moved to Baton Rouge to receive her Bacherlor’s degree from LSU in Communicaiton Sciences and Disorders and her Master’s from Southern University. She met the DTS team during her second year of graduate school where she was a camp counselor. Upon graduation, Megan quickly found her groove as part of the #DTSForce and has been making meaningful changes in children’s lives since then. We are excited to be able to help her celebrate her next career milestone in February 2019 when she completes her CFY. Megan enjoys focusing her continuing education on non-traditional approaches to therapy. She is most recently seeking training on Orofacial Myology and MNRI Dynamic and Postural Reflex Pattern Integration.

Her most recent advanced trainings include:

  • MNRI Facial Reflex Integration
  • MNRI Dynamic and Postural Reflex Pattern Integration
  • Orofacial Myology: Make the Connection

During graduate school, Megan worked in several settings in order to enhance her clinical skills, including:

  • Neuromedical Rehabilitation Center – worked with teenagers and adults with diagnoses including CVA, TBI, Dysphagia, Dysarthria, and Aphasia while addressing language, articulation, feeding, and cognition.
  • LaSalle Elementary – worked with school-aged typically developing children as well as hearing impaired children addressing language, articulation, AAC, auditory rehabilitation, and fluency in both individual and group settings.
  • Dynamic Therapy Specialists – Camp Dynamics – provided non-traditional therapy for children with autism spectrum disorder, auditory and sensory processing disorder, ADHD, apraxia, and language disorders while addressing speech, language, and social challenges
  • Southern University Children’s Clinic – worked with a multidisciplinary team with children on fluency/stuttering disorders addressing fluency strategies and carried out a parent training group designed to implement therapy in the home.