Erin McCarthy, M.A. CCC-SLP has been practicing for over ten years. She graduated from Kent State University with both her undergrad and graduate degree. She was selected by the Awards Committee of the School of Speech Pathology and Audiology with a traineeship for children with hearing loss. Erin also was a presenter at Autism Society of America Conference in 2013.
Erin has worked in a variety of settings. She worked at South Euclid-Lyndhurst City Schools for three years as well as at an autism center. She has worked at The Center for Life Skills since 2013. Her wide-range of experience includes the diagnosis and treatment of communication disorders in children of all ages. She has worked with a varied caseload including children with articulation, language and fluency disorders, cognitive delays, autism, and multiple disabilities. Erin thoroughly enjoys working with children and their families as a team approach.