Erin Reynolds, M.S., CCC-SLP, earned her master’s degree at Georgia State University and her bachelor’s degree at the University of Georgia. Erin has clinical experience in the school system, medical, and pediatric private practice settings. Her specific areas of interest includes pediatric and adult speech, language, neurocognitive disorders, social communication/pragmatic language, executive function, and pediatric feeding.
Erin is trained in the CAN-EAT approach (a pediatric approach to feeding and swallowing), the Transdisciplinary Effective Assessment and Treatment (TR-eat®) model integrating oral motor/sensory therapy techniques along with medical and behavioral management for the treatment of complex feeding problems, and in Lori Overland’s TalkTools® Feeding Therapy: A Sensory-Motor Approach. In addition, Erin is trained in the Get Permission Approach to Feeding, a responsive, sensitive, and supportive approach to family mealtimes. Erin has taken Melanie Potock's masterclass for Appetite: How to Foster Hunger & Wean Kids from Tube Feedings.
Erin has experience treating clients of all ages with a wide range of speech, language, fluency, social communication, swallowing and cognitive communication disorders. Erin enjoys making therapy fun, functional, and individualized to meet the communication needs of all her clients. Her favorite part about the field is the opportunity to be a lifelong learner! She enjoys keeping up to date with the research surrounding the field.
In her spare time, Erin enjoys traveling, spending time with friends/family, trying new restaurants, and cheering on the Georgia Bulldogs!