Meet Our Team

Carrie Steenbergen, M.S.,CCC-SLP

Carrie holds an American Speech-Language Hearing Association’s National Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP). She is licensed to practice as an SLP in Ohio and Kentucky. Carrie also holds an Ohio Department of Education school license. She graduated from Miami University in 2001 with a Masters of Science in Speech Language Pathology. Carrie has decades of experience with children in the school, early intervention and private practice settings.  As an adjunct professor at the University of Cincinnati, Carrie is helping future clinicians hone their clinical skills. Through Kentucky’s First Steps Early Intervention program, she provides primary level evaluations used to determine eligibility for services. She enjoys working with children with feeding based disorders,  motor speech disorders as well as neurodiverse children.

Carrie has been awarded the ASHA ACE award for her dedication to continuing to advance her skills and knowledge base. Some specialized training that Carrie has completed include: The Play Project, PECS, PROMPT, SCERTS, SOS Approach to Feeding, Kaufman, Myofunctional Therapy and Executive Functioning. Carrie strives to continue to learn and be a well-rounded therapist and employer. Hiring like minded educators and therapists is essential to her.

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Meghan Geswein

Meghan is an Ohio Licensed K-12 Reading Specialist with 22 years of teaching experience. She received her Bachelors degree in Elementary Education (1999) and her Masters degree in Reading (2000) from Bowling Green State University. Certified in Orton Gillingham and Wilson Fundations, her passion is working with all types of children on their strengths and solidifying their specific skill gaps through a multi-sensory, encouraging, and supportive approach. Meghan absolutely loves teaching children, setting them up for success, watching them learn and grow, and contributing to her community. She also enjoys traveling (especially to the mountains), listening to music, hiking with her family, cooking, and taking photographs. 


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Sheila Rogers

Sheila is a speech-language pathologist new to the Cincy area (but a lifelong Reds fan). She received her degrees from Indiana State and the University of Virginia. Although Sheila has over 30 years experience with all ages and different settings, her favorite ages are preschool and school age, including middle school. Sheila has been married to her husband, Vince, for 40 years; together they have three sons and three cats. Sheila recently began providing teletherapy and her areas of interest include apraxia, hearing impairment, language development, social communication, and articulation. In her free time, Sheila loves to travel, garden, and attend “old people” concerts.



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Kate Church

Kate grew up just outside of Louisville, KY and graduated from Western Kentucky University with a Master’s of Science in Speech Language Pathology in 2021. After completing her own speech therapy journey throughout school and college, Kate decided she wanted to help others who stutter like she does. In her schooling and work experience, she has found several new areas of interest outside of stuttering, such as early language intervention, articulation and phonology, and Natural Language Acquisition. Outside of work, Kate enjoys reading, hiking, hanging out at coffee shops, photography, and trying new hobbies. Recently, she has been learning origami!