Erica holds a Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Worcester State University. She recently completed her clinical fellowship year and holds a license from the state of New Hampshire. She is also currently anticipating approval for a certificate of clinical competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Erica is passionate about working with children and looks forward to continued opportunities to help children with communication disorders. During graduate school, she completed a three-month internship at an elementary school in Worcester, MA, where she saw children with a variety of challenges and unique abilities. Under the mentorship of Cassandra Chapman, M.S. CCC-SLP, she gained additional experience throughout her clinical fellowship year, which lead to increased independence, as well as valuable skills and knowledge. She is constantly inspired by the innocence, optimism, and hope she sees in all children.
Erica believes in an interdisciplinary and family-centered treatment approach. She abides by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association code of ethics and is committed to providing evidence-based practice, through continuous education and research. She takes input from a variety a therapy styles and methods to develop and carryout individualized treatment plans. While she has not yet settled into a particular area of interest, Erica is eager to work with children who have a variety of diagnoses and disorders.
When she is not working, Erica likes to stay active and enjoys spending time outdoors. She likes sports of many kinds, loves to explore new places, and enjoys spending time with family and friends.