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.
Kelcy earned her bachelor’s degree in communication disorders from Western Kentucky University and her master’s degree in speech-language pathology from East Tennessee State University. While earning her graduate degree, Kelcy completed clinical rotations at a traumatic brain injury facility, an adult rehab hospital, The Positive Eating Program, and in the school setting, working with middle school-aged children. She completed her clinical fellowship at Dynamic Therapy Center and has been working at Dynamic Therapy Center since 2017. Kelcy has experience with treating articulation disorders, receptive-expressive language disorders, and apraxia of speech. She also has experience working with the down syndrome and autism populations. She specializes in the treatment of feeding and swallowing disorders and is a certified lactation counselor. She enjoys being outdoors, traveling, crafting, and spending time with her husband, family, and friends.
Hilary earned her undergraduate degree in communication disorders from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas. After graduation, she continued her education and earned her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, LA. Hilary was born and raised in Houston, Texas but always had a dream of moving to Nashville, TN. She followed her dream and moved to Nashville in 2017. Hilary worked at a Skilled Nursing Facility with the geriatric population for 5 years, primarily working with patients with neurodegenerative diseases. After a mission trip to Haiti where she spent a week working with kids with special needs, she felt it was her time to make the transition to pediatrics. Hilary joined Dynamic Therapy Center in April of 2019. In her spare time, you can find Hilary listening to live music with friends, trying new restaurants, traveling, or hiking.
Originally from Indiana, Kaylee earned her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Western Kentucky University and her Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Saint Louis University. Kaylee has always had a passion for children. After working in the school system, she transitioned to Dynamic Therapy Center. Kaylee enjoys working with children who have receptive-expressive language delay, speech sound disorders, and problem feeders. Kaylee has loved making Nashville her home over the past couple of years. She lives with her husband and puppy, Remi. In her free time she enjoys walking her dog, eating out, and hosting friends and family.
Raynor joined the speech team in the fall of 2020 shortly after graduating from New York University, where she earned her Master of Science in Speech Language Pathology. Prior to becoming an SLP, Raynor earned her Bachelor of Arts in Music from Mississippi College and moved to New York City, where she performed choral music. She then got her certification to teach English as a second language in Northern Ireland and taught at Middle Tennessee State University for several years before turning to speech language pathology as a career. Raynor has clinical experience in the school system, pediatric home health and skilled nursing, treating a wide variety of disorders and delays including stuttering, phonological impairments, autism, Down Syndrome, aural rehabilitation, sensory feeding, dysphagia, and expressive/receptive language disorders. Raynor enjoys cooking, reading, and, most of all, spending time in the sunshine with her husband and three children.
Carrie earned her B.S. and M.S. degrees from the University of South Alabama. She began her career in the Mobile County Public School System where she enjoyed three years with her students. Carrie and her family moved to Nashville four years ago, and after having dedicated 12 years of service in long-term care facilities, she is delighted to be a part of the Dynamic team, once again working with the pediatric population. Carrie enjoys time outdoors, live music, and spending time with her husband and two children.
Katrina earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees in Communication Disorders from Western Kentucky University. She completed her clinical fellowship in a long-term care and rehabilitation facility in Evansville, Indiana. Katrina has always been interested in working with the pediatric population. When she relocated to Tennessee, she began working at Dynamic Therapy Center, an elementary school, and a rehabilitation hospital. After gaining experience in multiple settings, Katrina decided to work solely at Dynamic. During her time here, Katrina has helped patients with autism, Down Syndrome, apraxia, articulation disorders, expressive and receptive language delays, dysfluency, and developmental delays. Additionally, she has experience with swallowing and cognitive-communication for memory, attention, and executive functioning. She is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and has a professional license in Tennessee. During her free time, Katrina enjoys traveling, visiting the lake, trying new restaurants, and spending time with her husband and son.
Originally from Florence, Alabama, Jordan received her Bachelor’s degree from Auburn University in Communication Disorders with a concentration in kinesiology. She graduated from Tennessee State University with a Master’s degree in Speech and Hearing Science in May 2021 and joined the Dynamic team soon after. Although her passion is pediatrics, Jordan has gained experience working with various populations ranging from preschool age to geriatrics in the areas of: articulation and phonology, apraxia, aphasia, Autism, cognition, voice disorders, and feeding difficulties. During her free time, Jordan enjoys reading, running, traveling (mostly anywhere with a roller coaster) and spending time with family and friends.
Bailey received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, and her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Vermont. She began her clinical fellowship in a long-term care facility in southern Vermont, and completed her fellowship back home in Nashville in home healthcare, where she developed her passion for working with the pediatric population. Bailey has had the opportunity to work in a variety of settings including outpatient rehabilitation, middle and high schools, and home healthcare. She holds a passion for pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders, and early speech and language development, articulation, apraxia, fluency, AAC, voice, and early literacy. Bailey has worked at Dynamic Therapy Center since February 2018. She is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, and holds an active professional license in TN. Bailey and her husband enjoy traveling, cooking, trying new restaurants, attending concerts, and spending time with family and her dog, Odin.
Andrea received her undergraduate degree from Auburn University in Communication Disorders with a minor in Spanish, after completing a semester abroad in Madrid, Spain. She received her master’s degree at Tennessee State University in Speech Language Pathology. After working in the school system, Andrea transitioned to full time at Dynamic in October 2020. Andrea has experience with preschool, elementary, and middle school aged students with speech and language difficulties. She has a passion for working with children to help improve their overall communication skills, increase confidence, and see progress made over time. She is originally from Dothan, Alabama and moved to Nashville after college, where she has been for the past 5 years. She got married during the pandemic, after meeting her husband in Nashville in 2017. She enjoys traveling to new places, taking her dogs on walks, and trying new restaurants with her husband, Jake.
Madison, from Tupelo, MS, earned her Bachelor’s degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences from Delta State University in Cleveland, MS, where she continued her running career for four years. She went on to earn her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, LA. After graduation, Madison completed two years in the elementary school setting working with children from third grade to sixth grade. Madison has experience treating individuals with a variety of disorders within the pediatric population. She has most recently found an interest in pediatric feeding therapy when she joined Dynamic Therapy Center in 2021. Madison is passionate about building a strong relationship with her clients, as well as their families. Madison has enjoyed exploring her new home in Nashville with her husband and their Golden Retriever, Sully. When she is not at work, Madison enjoys running, being outside, and spending time with family and friends.