About Our Practice
We provide speech, language, feeding, and occupational therapy for children and adults. Using a client-centered approach, we work closely with clients and their families to identify their goals and deliver individualized therapy to achieve lasting results. We believe therapy should be convenient, functional, and fun! By building trust and familiarity with our clients, we can work together to create a therapy plan that allows us to see progress and growth in amazing and unexpected ways.
Services are provided in the home, childcare/preschool, or community environment.
Meet Our Team
Owner, Speech-Language Pathologist
Christi received her bachelor’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at Loyola University Maryland and her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at Northeastern University. After working in a pediatric outpatient clinic, Christi started Leading Therapy Home as a way to provide high quality care with tremendous emphasis on functional communication skills.
Christi strongly believes in an organic and family centered approach to enhancing communication. Her ability to connect, listen, and empower clients and their families is the foundation of her therapy. With an understanding that children learn best when they are engaged in fun and motivating activities, Christi's sessions have included therapeutic playdates, making slime, working with siblings to make pizza, and scavenger hunts in the backyard.
Christi specializes in feeding therapy, AAC, early intervention, motor speech disorders, and providing parent trainings. Christi has specialized training in PROMPT, Social Thinking, and a certification in early intervention.
In her free time, Christi loves spending time with her husband, two young children and their scruffy rescue dog.
Danielle received her bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and disorders from UMass Amherst and her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at Northeastern University. Danielle has experience working with all ages, with a focus on working with children between 15 months to 8 years old. Her with a primary interests are in feeding and swallowing disorders and parent trainings.
Danielle connects with clients and families through engaging therapy sessions using the natural environment to create meaningful interactions. Danielle loves to incorporate siblings and parents into each session so they can support continued progress outside of the therapy session. When parents are directly involved in therapy they are able to see and celebrate their child's strengths as well as identify areas that require practice during the week. Danielle also has a strong focus on parent coaching and counseling during her sessions and is committed to empowering patients and families to become advocates to help their child succeed in all areas of life.
In her free time, Danielle loves spending time with her husband, two young daughters, and their bulldog, Buddy. They enjoy going to the beach and are always looking forward to their next vacation.
Tai received her bachelor’s degree in communication disorders and her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Tai has experience working with children of all ages, with a clinical focus and expertise in infant and pediatric feeding/swallowing disorders.
Tai's ability to empathize with her clients and their families allows her to build a trusting relationship where she can empower parents and educate them in their role in the therapy process. Her enthusiastic and naturally friendly personality means therapy is always fun and engaging.
In her free time, Tai enjoys spending time with her 18-month-old son, husband, and their dog. She loves to run, practice yoga, and travel.
Katie received her bachelor’s degree in communication disorders from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Northeastern University. After working in a long-term acute care hospital working with adults, an outpatient clinic working with adults and pediatrics, and a pre-k - 8th-grade public school, Katie joined Leading Therapy Home where she works with children and teens experiencing speech, language, and literacy challenges. In the spring of 2018, Katie received a Level 1 Wilson Reading certification.
Katie is dedicated to supporting communication through play and engagement with those important to them. She has experience treating childhood apraxia of speech and developmental speech and language disorders. When working with school-age children with reading and literacy disorders, she works to empower her clients with self-advocacy skills and helps them understand their strengths and unique gifts.
In her free time, Katie enjoys being active by running, biking, and hiking. She coaches an elementary school running team, Girls on the Run. Katie also loves food - cooking, trying new restaurants, and watching Chef's Table.
Katherine "Kate" Cully
Kate received her bachelor’s degree in Child and Family Studies with a focus in Child Development and a minor in Child Psychology at Syracuse University. She received her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at Northeastern University. She has been a certified Speech-Language Pathologist since 2008 and has spent most of her career working in outpatient rehab clinics with pediatric and adult patients, as well as working at school contracted sites and a skilled nursing facility. Kate joined Leading Therapy Home in Spring 2019 where she loves working with expressive and receptive language, social communication, and articulation disorders.
Kate’s personable and friendly attitude help build a trusting and comfortable rapport with both her patients and their families. She feels it is important to work with families in order to provide successful carry-over of newly learned skills. Her approach to therapy is knowing the importance of finding the right balance between flexibility and structure for each child in order for them to reach their full potential in language and communication.
When Kate is not working, she is spending time with her husband and two young children. She also enjoys cooking, skiing, going to the beach, and traveling.
Erin earned her bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Bridgewater State University and her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Northeastern University. Erin has vast experience working with children and adults in a variety of settings, including schools, long term care, sub-acute rehab, home care, and outpatient rehab.
Erin believes families are an integral part of the therapy process, and thus uses a family centered approach to her sessions. Her friendly personality and positive attitude foster strong relationships and trust among her clients and their families.
It is important to Erin that she understands her client’s interests in order to develop fun, engaging, and successful sessions. She encourages clients’ families to take part in sessions, strategizes with them to develop functional goals, and provides ongoing support and training to promote the carryover of new skills.
In her free time, Erin enjoys spending time with her husband, young daughter, and their dog, Bentley. She enjoys traveling and spending time outdoors.
Julianne received her bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at Marywood University in Scranton, PA. Julianne has experience working in a variety of settings with both adults and children, including the public schools, outpatient clinics, an inpatient rehabilitation and acute care hospital, home health care, a skilled nursing facility, and private practice. She joined Leading Therapy Home in June 2020.
Julianne enjoys working with children of all ages in the areas of articulation, social/pragmatic language, childhood apraxia of speech, and early language development. She has specialized training in Social Thinking and apraxia. Julianne strongly believes in the importance of developing a solid rapport with children and families. She enjoys using her fun and flexible personality to engage children in various activities to improve their overall functional communication skills.
In her free time, Julianne loves spending time with her husband, young daughter, and spunky Boston Terrier, Rocco. She enjoys traveling and going to the beach
Taryn received her undergraduate degree in Communion Disorders at Bridgewater State University and earned her master’s degree in Speech Pathology at Northeastern University. Taryn specializes in pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders and has years of experience from her work at Boston Children’s Hospital. She has advanced training in clinical and instrumental assessment of pediatric swallowing. She has vast experience in the treatment of oral motor and sensory based feeding disorders. Taryn’s clinical interests include working with medically complex infants and children, preterm infants, infants with pharyngeal dysphagia/aspiration, g-tube weaning, children with food allergies, children with autism spectrum disorder and children with restricted solid food intake.
Taryn received her undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders at Bridgewater State University and earned her master’s degree in Speech Pathology at Northeastern University. Taryn specializes in pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders and has years of experience from her work at Boston Children’s Hospital. She has advanced training in clinical and instrumental assessment of pediatric swallowing. She has vast experience in the treatment of oral motor and sensory based feeding disorders.
Taryn’s clinical interests include working with medically complex infants and children, preterm infants, infants with pharyngeal dysphagia/aspiration, g-tube weaning, children with food allergies, children with autism spectrum disorder and children with restricted solid food intake.
Devon received her bachelor’s degree in Occupational Science and her master’s degree in Occupational Therapy at the University of New Hampshire. She has experience working within both clinical, outpatient and school-based settings. Devon enjoys working with children of all ages to address gross and fine motor skills, visual and perceptual skills, sensory processing abilities, self- regulation and executive functioning skills and participation in age-level feeding and self-care tasks. She joined Leading Therapy Home in July 2020.
Devon strives to create positive and meaningful, therapeutic relationships with all of her clients and their families. She uses play and evidence based treatment approaches to support skill development and generalization. Devon strongly believes that parent involvement and working within a child’s natural environment can foster improved engagement, participation and overall progress or development. She emphasizes parent coaching and consultation during all of her treatment sessions. Devon has specialized training in the Sequential Oral Sensory Approach to Feeding, Handwriting Without Tears, Brain Gym, Therapeutic Listening, Integrated Listening Systems (iLs), Bal-A-Vis-X and the Social Thinking Curriculum.
During her free time, Devon enjoys spending time with friends and family, running, practicing yoga, reading and watching movies