Emily knew early on that helping children, learning and growing through music and play, and empowering families were must haves in her career choice. Therefore, it was an easy decision to purse pediatric Speech-Language Pathology. She received her Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Bloomsburg University. Emily completed her clinical fellowship at Schuylkill Intermediate Unit 29. While there, she treated children ages 3-5 in their homes and preschool centers. In addition, she continues to work with children birth-three in homes for Early Intervention services. Emily has treated a wide variety of diagnoses including, but not limited to, Speech and Language Delay, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Articulation Disorder, Apraxia, and Phonological Processing Disorder. She believes in a patient focused and individualized approach. Moreover, she incorporates Coaching for parents throughout sessions to support continued language development in the home. Treating families in her community and neighboring towns drives Emily to ensure her patients are receiving the best care at the Nesquehoning facility.