In addition to traditional articulation and receptive/expressive language treatment, the Speech Pathway team offers therapy that focuses on phonological/phonemic awareness, which is linked to improved reading skills.
The Speech Pathway team is passionate about helping people develop successful communication skills and is committed to improving the well-being of children from birth to 18 years. We understand the importance of early detection and intervention of childhood speech and language disorders.
Meet Our Team
Emily Hathaway, Speech-Language Pathologist and Clinical Director
Emily Hathaway M.S., CCC-SLP has been practicing speech-language pathology for 10 years. She has a Masters of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Oklahoma. Emily loves working with the pediatric population. She completed her clinical fellowship at The Children’s Center in 2007 and then enjoyed 5 years with Western Heights Public Schools. While working in the public school setting, Emily worked part-time for a private practice in Southwest OKC, where she found her passion for pediatric outpatient therapy. Emily started her own private practice in 2010, while continuing her work in the public schools. In 2012, she took the plunge and committed to her private practice full time. She has since grown her clinic, Speech Pathway, where she has 2 additional full-time SLPs as well as several part-time independent contractors and SLPAs. Working in a pediatric clinic, she specializes in early childhood language, literacy, apraxia, articulation, fluency, and pragmatic deficits. Emily is passionate about early identification and early intervention for speech/language disorders. She also loves social groups and says they’re the most exhausting and most fun part of her week. Emily is a member of OSHLA and ASHA, and enjoys attending continuing education conferences. She also loves supervising graduate student interns as well as Speech-Language Pathology Assistant interns and she appreciates learning from her students as they improve their clinical skills. Emily enjoys reading, spending time with her husband and three small children, and they love all things Disney!
Kylie Bishop, Speech-Language Pathologist
Kylie Bishop graduated from the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center (OUHSC) in 2016 with a Masters of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology. While still in school, Kylie completed a clinical externship rotation at Speech Pathway, and she is so excited to be back to complete her clinical fellowship! Her specific areas of interest in speech pathology include: apraxia, articulation and language. In her free time, Kylie enjoys singing, kickboxing, and watching Disney movies.
Kathryn Blaney, Speech-Language Pathologist
Kathryn Blaney graduated from the University of Kansas in 2005 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She then went on to Rockhurst University in 2010 to complete a Master of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders. She completed her clinical fellowship at Putnam City Public Schools. Since graduation, Kathryn has gained experience working with both adults and children in a variety of settings: home health, inpatient, outpatient, and public schools. Kathryn currently works part-time at Speech Pathway and part-time treating adults for a home health care company. Her specific areas of interest in speech pathology include: pediatrics, early childhood language development, feeding and swallowing and cognitive-linguistic impairments. In her free time, Kathryn enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, listening to audiobooks, and exercising.
Brittany Bollinger, Speech-Language Pathology Assistant
Brittany Bollinger graduated from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma with a Bachelors of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology. After graduation she became a licensed Speech-Language Pathology Assistant, and has worked in the public schools for the last 5 years. She started working for Speech Pathway in 2015 and currently works part time at the clinic and provides contract therapy services to Mustang Public Schools. Brittany’s areas of interest include articulation, pragmatics, AAC, and working with students with severe and/or multiple disabilities. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband and their two daughters.
Carly Graham, Speech-Language Pathologist
Carly Graham graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma with a Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology in 2010. After graduation, she began work at Hearts for Hearing as a speech-language pathologist. In 2012, she received her certification as an Auditory Verbal Therapist through the Alexander Graham Bell Academy as a provider who is specialized in helping children and adults who have hearing loss learn listening and spoken language. During her six years at Hearts for Hearing, she provided individual therapy, was a teacher at the preschool, and enjoyed being on staff for the summer camp for school-aged children. Carly joined the Speech Pathway team in 2016 as part time speech-language pathologist. She has a passion for working with children of all ages, especially infants through preschool age, and believes early intervention is key in helping children succeed. Her areas of interest include language, articulation, pragmatics, and hearing. Carly especially loves working with families to empower parents to confidently be the primary language models for their child. When not at work, Carly stays busy with her two young girls, loves watching and talking sports with her husband, and enjoys getting lost in a good book.
Amy Hightower, Speech-Language Pathologist
Amy Hightower graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Masters of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2008. She completed her clinical fellowship at Putnam City Schools, and continued working there for 7 years. During that time, Amy provided speech-language therapy for students at both private and public schools. She also served as a consultant for the hearing impaired program at Putnam City Schools where she coordinated hearing screenings/evaluations, maintained equipment and trained teachers and parents on how to use auditory strategies and equipment with students who have a hearing loss. Amy also worked part-time after school for 3 years with Dynamic Speech Group, where she provided speech-language services to children in daycare settings. In 2014, she started working part-time at Speech Pathway and in 2015 made the change to a full-time position at Speech Pathway. Amy’s areas of interest include articulation, pragmatics, language, and hearing. She enjoys supervising Speech Language Pathology Assistants, students, and interns. She loves cooking, traveling, and spending time with her husband, friends and family.
Misti Moon, Speech-Language Pathologist
Misti Moon graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma in 2009 with a Masters of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She completed her clinical fellowship at Jones Public Schools. Since then, Misti has continued to work with the pediatric population in both private clinics and public schools. She currently works full-time in Putnam City Schools and part-time at Speech Pathway. Her specific areas of interest in speech pathology include apraxia, articulation and language. In her free time, Misti enjoys spending time with her husband and three small children.
Madeline Schrunk, Speech-Language Pathologist
Madeline (Maddie) Schrunk graduated from the University of Oklahoma Health Science Center (OUHSC) in 2013 with a Masters of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She completed her clinical fellowship at Speech Pathway. Since graduation, Maddie has gained experience working with both adults and children in a variety of settings: inpatient, outpatient, and public schools. Maddie currently works full-time at the OKC Veterans Affairs Medical Center and part-time at Speech Pathway. Her specific areas of interest in speech pathology include: dysphagia, speech, language and working with individuals who have a traumatic brain injury. In her free time, Maddie enjoys spending time with family and friends, being active (particularly outside) and traveling.
Tiana Coleman, Billing Specialist
Tiana graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in General Aviation. She enjoys working with children, adventures, and ensuring the smooth operation of Speech Pathway.
Kent Hathaway, Speech-Language Pathology Assistant
Jean Simonds, Front Desk Receptionist
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