Speech-Language Pathologist, Clinical Fellow
Robyn earned her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Fairmont State University in Fairmont, West Virginia prior to becoming a speech language pathologist, where she worked for several years in the social work environment with a focus on children and adults with disabilities. Thereafter, Robyn earned her Master’s Degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology from Cleveland State University in Cleveland, Ohio
Robyn has provided therapy services for children and adults in a variety of treatment settings, including outpatient clinics, acute care facilities, middle and high schools, and via teletherapy. She enjoys working with clients experiencing expressive and receptive language impairments, social skills and pragmatics challenges, and those in need of alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) devices. While completing her capstone project as a graduate student, Robyn focused on AAC and its relationship to improving access to health information for people suffering from aphasia.
While Robyn is from West Virginia, she has resided in Texas, Virginia, and Ohio prior to relocating to North Carolina. In her free time, she enjoys traveling with her husband, visiting friends and family all across the county, hiking, reading, and playing with her Goldendoodle, Sonny.