Kristen Carman earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from James Madison University in 2010. Before receiving her Master’s degree, she confirmed her passion for the pediatric population by working at the Children’s Hospital of the Kings Daughters in Virginia providing aid in the therapy department to a variety of developmental disorders.
In 2013, Kristen graduated with her Master of Education in Speech Language Pathology from North Carolina Central University. She has experience working in an assortment of settings including outpatient clinics, schools, daycares, and rehabilitation centers. During her clinical experience she gained knowledge in the areas of evaluating and treating children with expressive and receptive language disorders, articulation disorders and delays, phonological disorders and fluency disorders as well as facilitating language development to children with autism.
Kristen has gained experience working with a variety of populations including autism spectrum disorder, down syndrome, developmental disorders, behavioral difficulties and learning disabilities. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, playing with her dog, running, cooking, crafting and enjoying the outdoors.