Alyssa graduated from Purdue University where she earned both her Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in speech-language pathology with highest distinction. She has always held a passion for children and has worked with kids across all ages. In addition to her education, Alyssa has worked in the school system with preschool to high school age students. She also has experience treating individuals with a variety of disorders and delays, including Autism spectrum disorder, stuttering, phonology and articulation, apraxia of speech, receptive-expressive language disorders, Down syndrome, early intervention for speech and language delays, and children with AAC. Alyssa has been working at Dynamic Therapy Center since October of 2018. In their free time, she and her husband enjoy spending time with their friends and families, being outdoors, playing with their dog, traveling, and exploring the Nashville area.
Irene specializes in oral motor disorders, swallowing/feeding disorders, aural habilitation, sensory processing disorders, and language delay/disorders. Originally from Maine, she received a B.S. degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Maine. Irene moved to Tennessee in the late 1980s and graduated from Vanderbilt University with highest distinction with an M.S. degree in Communication Disorders. Irene has worked with children with a variety of disorders in the medical field as a speech/language/feeding therapist. She has worked at the Bill Wilkerson Center, High Hopes Inc., and Centennial Hospital’s Pediatric Rehabilitation Center and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. At the Bill Wilkerson Center, she was the lead therapist on the aural habilitation team and was a member of the cochlear implant team. At High Hopes, Inc. Irene developed the feeding program with focus on sensory and behavioral feeding issues. She opened a private clinic in 2002 before joining the Dynamic family in 2009. Irene served on the Board of Directors for the Down Syndrome Association of Middle Tennessee from 2002-2011 and currently serves on the Board of Directors for McClain Christian Academy and Wilson County Children’s Music Association. She enjoys music, reading, traveling, hiking, football (Go Vols!) and spending time with her husband and son, Zacc.
Vicki specializes in speech disorders, fluency, developmental phonological disorders, sensory processing disorders, autism, swallowing/feeding disorders, Therapeutic Crisis Intervention, and language and processing disorders. She has extensive experience with educational based speech-language pathology and the federal, state, and local regulations related to practice in the school setting. She often consults with parents and schools and works with homeschool families to modify curriculum. Originally from Alabama, she graduated from the University of Alabama with high honors with a M.S. degree in communication disorders. She earned her B.S. from the University of Montevallo. She is licensed by both the Board of Allied Health and the State Education Department. Prior to joining the Dynamic team in 2008, Vicki worked as a clinical supervisor and area manager for a large rehabilitation company, providing training and developing training materials for other therapists, and in documentation and appeals. She has experience in pediatrics, home health, schools, regional medical centers, and spent several years working in an ENT practice primarily with laryngectomy patients. She teaches art classes during her time off and is involved with her husband and four children in a variety of community and school activities.
Previous to joining the team at Dynamic in the summer of 2019, Christina provided services in the elementary school setting for 5 years, as well as PRN at NHC Rehab facilities. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Western Kentucky University and Master’s Degree from Tennessee State University. She has experience working with diverse populations including toddlers, school-aged children, and adults. She recognizes the importance of connecting with families to support their child’s communication and believes therapy should not only be functional, but also fun. She has experience treating a variety of clients including individuals diagnosed with expressive and receptive language delays, fluency disorders, phonological disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, down syndrome, and autism. Christina enjoys trying new restaurants, being outdoors, cooking and baking, traveling, spending time with friends and family, playing with her Goldendoodle, Riley, and coffee.