Sarah Rice, M. ED
M. Ed., CCC-SLP
Sarah graduated from the University of Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in communication sciences and disorders in 2013. She then attended the University of West Georgia, where she graduated with a master’s degree in Speech and Language Pathology in 2015. Throughout her educational experience Sarah had the opportunity to gain hands on experience in clinical settings such as WellStar Kennestone’s outpatient neuro-rehabilitation clinic, the University of West Georgia Comprehensive Community clinic, and Piedmont Mountainside inpatient rehabilitation. These clinical experiences served to provide Sarah with invaluable knowledge in working with both children and adults.
Sarah started her career as the Speech Language Pathologist at Blue Ridge Elementary from 2015- 2019. In June of 2019, Sarah accepted the position at the North Georgia Autism Foundation. This experience continues to challenge and grow her tremendously as a Speech Language Pathologist. Sarah is certified to provide speech therapy to all age groups. She has extensive knowledge in the diagnosis and treatment of: articulation disorders, phonological disorders, expressive and receptive language impairment/ delay, Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Stuttering, Apraxia, and Social/ Pragmatic Communication.
It is Sarah’s firm belief that everyone deserves a voice! Therefore, she strives to ensure that all her clients receive evidence-based therapy to achieve their most functional voice!
Caitlin Johnson, LPC, CRC, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Caitlin Johnson is a highly qualified, Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC), and a play therapist (with supervision).
Caitlin graduated from Georgia State University with a Master’s of Science in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling and a concentration in Play Therapy. She has worked with children and adolescents in multiple settings (e.g., in-home services, outpatient, and school-based services) and with individuals who experience a variety of different challenges (e.g., autism spectrum disorder [ASD], attention deficit hyperactivity disorder [ADHD], learning abilities, mood disorders [anxiety/depression], aggressive behaviors, developmental & physical disabilities, and grief. She specializes in individual, family and group counseling. Through the use of play, expressive arts, and traditional talk therapy, she will assist clients in all age ranges to reach their goals.
Caitlin also has experience in working at Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation Agency where she assisted individuals with disabilities to prepare for, obtain, and maintain employment.