Hope has a Master’s degree from Northwestern University, prior to that she studied Theatre and PR at Loyola University Chicago.
Hope’s unique background influences her treatment style, which places play at the center of every session! She has worked with clients seeking services related to receptive and expressive language, fluency, literacy, autism, apraxia of speech, voice, executive function, articulation, and more.
Ellie is a full time speech and language pathologist and excited to be treating children in the Chicagoland area. She attended University of Illinois for undergraduate and graduate school. She has experience working with children of various ages and diagnoses including swallowing disorders, picky eaters, expressive/receptive language delays, phonological and articulation disorders, fluency disorders, Childhood Apraxia of Speech (CAS), and autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Jaime has well-rounded pediatric experiences with children of all ages including a wide range of disabilities, backgrounds, and cultures. She has provided treatment for speech and language in areas such as expressive language, receptive language, articulation, fluency, and pragmatics. Jaime values building a strong rapport with the families she works with and encourages family involvement to enhance the child’s skills and growth.
Alex is an outgoing and enthusiastic Speech Language Pathologist who holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence. She completed both her undergraduate and graduate degrees at the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana and loves being back in the Windy City. Alex is a bilingual speech therapist and she leads sessions in both Russian and English.
Katie, Founder and Director of Crossroads Speech Therapy, located in West Lakeview in Chicago, IL offers diagnostic individualized Therapeutic and Consultative services to children from their first year of life through adulthood. Katie has been licensed and practicing since 2008 and has extensive experience treating children and adults with speech and language delays and disorders. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Speech and hearing Science at the University of Illinois in 2006 and her Master’s degree in Communication Science and Disorders from Saint Louis University in 2008.