Meet the Team
Kiera Bolay, Speech-Language Pathologist
I always knew that I wanted to work with and help kids, and speech pathology helps kids develop skills that are so important for everyday life! I also love that it allows you to create a good therapeutic relationship with the child and their parents.
The best part of my career is seeing the look on the kids’ faces when they have success with something that we have been working so hard on!
Whether it’s by helping them make progress with a sound or even just putting a smile on their face after a rough day, I want to leave every kid better than I found them each session.
B.S. Oklahoma State University CDIS w/ Child Development minor in 2019
M.S. Oklahoma State University CDIS 2021
I have experience working with kids with developmental disabilities from working at the OSU Child Development Center. I am also familiar with assistive technology from working at Oklahoma ABLE Tech.
Watching Netflix and going on walks with my cat!
Addison Wade, Speech-Language Pathologist
I love the uniqueness of each and every individual’s story and diagnosis. I love that specific moment when your client reaches their goal. You get to experience the rewarding feeling with them. I love that I continue to grow each day and have unending learning opportunities within this career.
I want people to remember my passion for this profession and my work ethic in doing everything I can to meet my client’s goals.
Graduated from Henrietta High School in 2014
Graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences & Disorders with a Minor in Psychology from Hardin-Simmons University in 2018
Master of Science in Communication Disorders from West Texas A&M University in May 2021
Shopping and exploring new restaurants and food!
Lindsay Black, Speech-Language Pathologist
Bachelor of Arts at the University of Northern Iowa
Master of Science at Oklahoma State University both in Communication Science & Disorders.
I have completed practicums in inpatient hospital care, outpatient rehabilitation, private clinic, and public-school settings.
In my free time, you can find me reading a good book, out for a run or walk, or enjoying the company of others. I am happiest in the cattle barn or outdoors when I am not working. I am driven, eager to learn, and outgoing.
Kaitlyn Pope, Speech-Language Pathologist
I love the flexibility and scope of practice and the ability to work with different ages and stages of people’s lives. There is always something to learn.
I want people to remember me as A good friend and coworker.
B.S. from Oklahoma State University
M.S. from Oklahoma State University
Vacationing, spending time with family, cookie decorating, and game nights.
Danielle Frederick, Speech-Language Pathologist
I absolutely love getting to know the families I serve. Their kids become like family to me, and watching them succeed gives me such pride.
I want to be looked up to and inspired by like I was by my SLP.
Bachelor and Master degrees in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Oklahoma State University
I completed my clinical fellowship at Guthrie Public Schools. I am trained in the SOS approach to feeding and PROMPT.
I love anything crafty, puzzles, and spending time with my family.
Kristina Egnor, Speech-Language Pathologist
Bachelors and Masters degrees in Communication Sciences and Disorders, Oklahoma State University.
Experience treating in hospitals, nursing homes, schools, home health, and private practice.
Served as an adjunct teacher to the OSU Speech Pathology graduate program, sharing her passion for swallowing disorders.
Founded Therapy Specialists in 2014
Elizabeth O’Rear, Speech-Language Pathologist
Elizabeth joined Therapy Specialists in 2016, and has experience working with both children and adults. She has seen the power of speech pathology in positively impacting lives and is grateful that her field allows her such a meaningful way to serve others.
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, The University of Oklahoma, 2009
Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology, TheUniversity of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, 2012
Speech-Language Pathologist in skilled rehabilitation, with a focus on adult onset disorders
Joined Therapy Specialists in 2016
Morgan Mason, Occupational Therapist
I had a joyous and humbling experience while working as a personal aid to a young boy with special needs that inspired my future career aspirations. The boy was very opposed to having his teeth brushed, but one day while singing the ABCs, he let me brush his teeth with a smile on his face. The impact of being able to do the “small things” has not been lost on me since that moment.
I enjoy working with families to create a holistic plan to empower and enrich their daily interactions. I love facilitating self-efficacy and self-advocacy in my patients.
I want to be remembered as a person that was not afraid to hold space for those trying to do
Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from Northeastern State University
Complex care rotation at J. D. McCarty Center
Low Vision in youth training day, Muskogee School for the Blind
Oppositional Defiant Disorder continuing education
Reading, board games, and yoga.
Kylie Large, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
Enrique Benetez, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
Danielle Huval, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
My two biggest inspirations for working in Occupational Therapy are my grandfather and a lack of OT in my hometown. As a COTA, one of the best parts of my job is seeing the kids we work with meet their goals and become independent. This job is a lot of hard work, but getting to “play” with kids all day and help them succeed is truly rewarding.
I am proud to be part of a team and company that is passionate for their patients and willing to help everybody at a given moment. We all work to create an environment that is fun, caring, and lively!
Northeastern State University with a bachelor’s degree in Health and Human Performance. Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant at Indian Capital Technology Center/ Connors State.
The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges Volunteer, working under Certified Hand Therapist, and outpatient pediatrics.
Concerts, dancing, kayaking, jeepin’, board games, hanging with friends and family, and anything involving outdoors.