About the Creator
Karrie Molina, MA, CCC-SLP,CBIS, received her Bachelor of Audiology and Speech Sciences Degree from the Michigan State University in 2005, and completed her Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology at Central Michigan University in 2007. Karrie was introduced to speech and language disorders as a child when she participated in her sister’s speech therapy sessions. This experience sparked a desire to help people of all ages communicate. Karrie currently works with children who have speech disorders including phonological and articulation disorders, childhood apraxia of speech, dysarthria, fluency/stuttering, and autism. Prior to working in the school system, she worked for 8 years specializing in assessment and therapeutic rehabilitation of voice, swallowing, aphasia/apraxia, cognitive impairments, and related disorders. She also has worked with residents in a number of nursing homes and has her own private practice where she subcontracts her specialty dysphagia services for patients who have had a traumatic brain injury. Karrie is certified to provide Vital Stimulation Therapy, McNeal Dysphagia Therapy, and is neonatal feeding/swallowing trained. She also holds a certificate as a Certified Brain Injury Specialist. She has been a guest speaker for the National Muscular Sclerosis Society and guest lecturer at Central Michigan University and University of Michigan. She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) in Speech-Language Pathology from the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) and has participated in ASHA’s multi-cultural leadership training.