Abby Dorn – MA, CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist
Abby Dorn is a certified Speech/Language Pathologist with more than 30 years of experience. She graduated from the University of Denver. She served children in the public schools for many years and after retiring from the schools, began seeing children privately. She has worked with a wide variety of children, including emergent language learners, children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Apraxia of Speech, and Language/Learning Disabilities, as well as children using Assistive Technology to augment their communication. She believes children develop communication skills best through activities that interest them and motivate them. Learning through play (both structured and unstructured), natural home activities, and enticing literature are avenues she frequently uses. During her free time, Abby enjoys cooking, theatre, skiing, and spending time with her family.
Katie McClelland- MA, Speech Language Pathologist
Katie is a certified speech-language pathologist who graduated with her master’s degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She worked in the non-profit field with at-risk youth for five years before returning to graduate school. Katie specializes in working with pediatric populations, particularly with young children and emerging language. She has experience working with a variety of different needs, including speech and language delays and disorders, cleft lip/palate, fluency disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, feeding disorders, and more. She is trained in the SOS approach to feeding. She is pursuing continuing education and training in orofacial myofunctional therapy. During her free time, Katie enjoys spending time with her husband and two children, taking long walks with her dog, traveling, reading, and cooking.
Tracy Tully- MS, Speech Language Pathologist
Tracy graduated from Whitworth University with a Bachelors in Psychology. She went on to earn her Masters in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Eastern Washington University. Tracy now lives in Denver, Colorado with her husband and two pups. She treats children with a wide variety of communication needs including children with motor speech disorders, fluency disorders, Autism, speech sound disorders, expressive/receptive language delays, and patients that utilize Augmentative and Alternative Communication systems. Tracy has specialized training in pediatric feeding including the SOS Approach to Feeding and the Beckman Oral Motor Protocol. Tracy strives to collaborate with caregivers, patients and other providers to set family-centered goals. She uses play, movement, stories and music to decrease anxiety and increase learning potential in her pediatric patients. She is a life-long learner, and continues to pursue the highest quality evidenced based research. In her free time, Tracy loves to watercolor, run and cook for her family and friends.