Melissa Marblestone, M.A. CCC-SLP, received her undergraduate degree from Grand Valley State University and earned her graduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology from The University of Akron.

She joined The Center for LifeSkills team in August 2017. She has experience working with children in a variety of settings including a developmental preschool, alternative schools, public and private schools and transition to work programs. During these experiences she provided speech and language services to children with a variety of diagnoses in the areas of articulation, motor speech disorders, phonology, expressive and receptive language, pragmatics, literacy, and fluency. She also had the unique experience to study abroad in Europe through a program focused on family centered therapy in the areas of language and fluency therapy.

Melissa enjoys the opportunity to provide a family centered approach to therapy at The Center for LifeSkills. She enjoys helping children learn how to better communicate and seeing the progress they make through therapy, parent collaboration and hard work.

Melissa Marblestone, M.A. CCC-SLP, received her undergraduate degree from Grand Valley State University and earned her graduate degree in Speech-Language Pathology from The University of Akron.  
 
She joined The Center for LifeSkills team in August 2017.  She has experience working with children in a variety of settings including a developmental preschool, alternative schools, public and private schools and transition to work programs.  During these experiences she provided speech and language services to children with a variety of diagnoses in the areas of articulation, motor speech disorders, phonology, expressive and receptive language, pragmatics, literacy, and fluency.  She also had the unique experience to study abroad in Europe through a program focused on family centered therapy in the areas of language and fluency therapy.  
 
Melissa enjoys the opportunity to provide a family centered approach to therapy at The Center for LifeSkills.  She enjoys helping children learn how to better communicate and seeing the progress they make through therapy, parent collaboration and hard work.