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Speech Therapists

Angela B., SLP, Angela graduated from Clarion University with her master’s degree in 2012. She has spent the last 5 years working in multiple clinical settings allowing her to work with patients of all ages. During this time she has functioned as both a speech therapist and in a leadership role. “My favorite part about working with children is the constant learning and relationship building between parents and their child.”


Sarah L., M.S. CCC/SLP, Sarah completed her undergraduate and graduate studies from Clarion University of PA.  Sarah has experience working with toddlers, school-age students, and adults.  She joined Bright Tomorrows in September of 2017 and has enjoyed working in early intervention.  One of her favorite things to see is the progress children make while working on their speech and language skills.  She loves working with children and is passionate about helping them communicate with others.   Outside of speech, Sarah enjoys traveling, baking, exercising, and spending time with her friends and family.


Sarah F. is a certified Speech & Language Pathologist. She attained a M.S. in Speech Pathology/Communication Disorders from California University of Pennsylvania, a B.S. in English Education K-12, & a B.S. in French Language & Literature from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She has a passion for language and specializes in speech & language development in children from birth to 3 years old. When working with families, she strives to find individualistic, fun, and creative ways to foster speech & language in the family’s daily routines. Beyond her love of linguistics, she adores tabletop board games (think Battleship, Scrabble, etc..), all-things-Disney, dogs, camping, going to new places and trying new things. She has been to all sorts of countries, from Scotland to Colombia to Iceland to Thailand. “I absolutely love what I do and I can’t wait to work with you and your family towards achieving all of your little one’s speech and language goals!”


Tiffany G., SLP, I have been an early intervention and school-based speech-language pathologist for the past eight years, but I grew up working with children as a coach, babysitter, and camp counselor. I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at Ohio University where I spent time as a member of the lacrosse team, advisor to the Undergraduate Research Club, and research assistant in Language Development and Psycho-linguistics labs. I hold a ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competency, state SLP licenses in Pennsylvania and West Virginia as well as school-SLP certification in both Pennsylvania and West Virginia.  I spent the first seven years of my career working with the Birth to Three program and in the school system in Charleston, West Virginia and recently relocated to Indiana County with my husband and two young daughters. I am passionate about working with children and strive to explore the best communication options and opportunities for children and their families. I am a firm believer in joining a family’s routine and activities. Families are with a child so much more than a therapist therefore it is my goal to help integrate strategies into daily living and play!


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