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Alaina Wolfe, M.A. CCC-SLP

Alaina Wolfe

Speech-Language Pathologist

Where did you complete your higher education?

I completed my undergraduate degree in Sociology from Wittenberg University (Springfield, OH) and my graduate degree in communication science disorders (Speech-Language Pathology) from Case Western Reserve University.

When did you join the Galvin Therapy Center?

I joined Galvin Therapy Center in September 2012

Your special areas of interest include:

Feeding and early intervention.

What varied experience do you have in your field?

I have worked mainly in pediatric outpatient clinical settings. I also have minor experience with home-based, in-patient hospital (adult), in-patient pediatric, skilled nursing facility and in-school based therapy.

What licenses, certifications and/or special training do you hold?

  • Certified in Responsive Teaching
  • Ohio Board of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiology: Speech-Language Pathology
  • ASHA-CCC-SLP
  • DIRFloortime® Method
  • Zones of Regulation
  • SOS Feeding Approach
  • ILS - Integrated Listening System

What are you passionate about?

I’m passionate about food, nutrition, cooking, gardening, my family, friends and my puppies. (I can’t wait to get a dog).

What inspired you to pursue your current career path?

While I was working in the advocacy field, I got to experience healthcare, nursing, social work and education. I knew I wanted to be on the service delivery side and speech therapy was the melding of all my interest in one field where I could work with people.

What do you enjoy most about your work?

The people I get to work with. I really enjoy working with people.

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