His course offerings include oral and written communciation, design & visual aesthetics, and humanities. Southeastern Therapy for Kids is an independently owned multi-disciplinary practice serving the Hampton Roads area since 1993. Beth works with patients who have difficulty with speech, language, voice, and cognitive function, as well as, patients who have oral-motor feeding difficulties.
Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy in 2010 from West Virginia University in Morgantown, WV.
Meghan is a certified Speech-Language Pathologist who works at multiple locations within Southeastern Therapy for Kids.
Shkia has experience in treating and providing skilled intervention to the pediatric population in the areas of articulation, language, fluency, oral-motor and Autism. Laura has experience with the pediatric population providing treatment in the areas of articulation, language, fluency and Autism. During her 9 years as an Occupational Therapy Assistant, Cate worked primarily in New Hampshire schools with students from preschool through high school assisting each to reach age appropriate milestones and academic success. Lauren is an Occupational Therapist who received her Bachelor of Science in 2010 from Quinnipiac University and her Master of Occupational Therapy from Quinnipiac University in 2012. Allison is an Occupational therapist who received her Bachelor’s of Health Science with emphasis on rehabilitative services from the University of Florida in 2005.
Michael enjoys seeing a variety of clients with different diagnoses and enjoys working with children and adults through a holistic, client centered approach.
LeeAnn is a Speech-Language Pathologist who received her Bachelor's degree in 2006 from the University of Virginia and her Master's degree in Communication Disorders in 2008 from James Madison University. Tracey is a Speech-Language Pathologist at Southeastern Physical Therapy where she specializes in pediatric Speech Therapy.
Staci is an occupational therapist who received her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Radford University in 2010 and her Master’s of Occupational Therapy in 2013. She is passionate about the field of pediatrics and has experience working within an outpatient setting to treat children with a variety of diagnoses including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Coordination Disorder, Feeding difficulties, and more. Staci enjoys working with the pediatric population in order to help each child achieve independent participation in meaningful childhood occupations through client centered care. Randy has worked with adult patients who are experiencing difficulties with aphasia, speech, language, comprehension, and memory, resulting from stroke, head injury, Parkinson’s and other neurological diseases. Ciara is an Occupational Therapist, who received her aster's of Occupational therapy from Shenandoah University in 2014. Maya has been with Drama Kids since 2007 and was promoted to Director of Teaching and Summer Camps in 2012. Since Drama Kids inception, Jessica has been working behind the scenes, and handles registration processing, class scheduling, and bill processing along with a myriad of other responsibilities.
After years of being a Drama Kids parent, Tonya wanted to get more involved in the program. Heather is a graduate of the Stella Adler Academy of Hollywood and attended Second City Chicago.
Gillian is a graduate from the University of North Texas with a degree in Hospitality Management. Lisa comes to Drama Kids by way of Hampton, Virginia, where she taught both middle and high school for four years in Bible and Drama classes. Since Drama Kids arrived in the DFW area in 2006, Kara has been actively involved either as a student, assistant, or summer camp counselor. Phillip Slay is a full-time student at the University of Texas at Dallas, studying Arts and performance with his concentration in Drama, pursuing a career as a theatre teacher. Audrey Bersterman started acting in church skits and lettered in theater at Poteet HS in 2001. Chandler Gibson has spent eight years in the Drama Kids program as a student, and two years in Theater in other programs. Martin teaches communication and advertising at Hampton University on the Virginia coast, where he keeps an eye on students' writing and design as well as the Atlantic surf. Areas of research include literary journalism, religious rhetoric, and visual messaging in the theory of Marshall McLuhan.
She has a wide range of experience with both the pediatric and adult population including those with oral aversion, articulation disorders, and communication disorders resulting from stroke, brain injury, and dementia. She received her BA in Speech-Language Pathology from Elizabeth City State University in 2004 and her M.A.
She also provides skilled intervention amongst the geriatric population in the areas of cognition, speech-language, voice and swallowing disorders.
She received her BS in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2004 from Radford University and her MA in Communication Sciences and Disorders in 2008 from Hampton University.
She began her professional career after graduating in 2000 with Associates of Arts Degree as an Occupational Therapy Assistant from New Hampshire Community Technical College.

During school breaks, she kept busy collaborating with an adult population to regain and maintain their independence with activities of daily living in an array of home health, assisted living and skilled nursing facilities. She specializes in out patient pediatrics and has experience working with adults in the acute care and outpatient settings.
Prior to beginning a career as a Speech-Language Pathologist, She received her BS in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology in 2003 and her Masters degree in Speech-Language Pathology in 2005 from Old Dominion University.Jenn enjoys working with both the pediatric and adult population. She received her BA in Communication Disorders from Baldwin Wallace College in 2012 and her MS in Speech-Language Pathology from Miami University, of Ohio, in 2014.
Michael believes that evidence based practice is the standard of care in which we strive as health care community to provide the best services for our clients.
She has previously worked for Children's Hospital of Richmond, a private practice for adults with Traumatic Brain Injury, and an acute care hospital.
She has experience working with infant intervention programs in the Tidewater area as well as several local preschools. She received her BS in Speech-Language Pathology from Old Dominion University in 2008 and her M.S. He received a Masters in Speech-Language Pathology in 2004 from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan and is certified by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. She has experience in treating and providing skilled intervention to the pediatric population in the area of language, articulation, voice, and fluency. Marcus holds a degree in Theatre Arts Performance from Southern Methodist University and is a veteran teacher with Drama Kids International.
She grew up attending local theater camps, danced with her high school dance company, and sang throughout school including the chamber chorus with UTA which allowed her to perform opera. She spent the next two years at Hampton University, her undergraduate Alma Mater, as an Associate Professor teaching Oral Communications and a variety of acting classes. He has worked with children in the theater for upwards of 10 years most recently with Oklahoma Children’s Theatre. Miss Kara has over 8 years of experience in dramatic arts and absolutely loves working with children of all ages. He has performed in several productions with Collin College, as well as doing theatre in high school.
In 2006 she graduated from Trinity Valley Community College with an Associate of Arts Degree and was active at Henderson County Performing Arts Center in Athens TX. He helped teach our Drama Kids summer camp this past summer, where he made the decision to become a Drama Kids teacher assistant with the Drama Kids program. She enjoys working with the pediatric as well as geriatric community and has a passion for helping others.
In 2005, Cate earned a Bachelor of Science Degree from Southern Illinois University in Workforce Education and Development and a Master of Science Degree from the University of New Hampshire in Occupational Therapy in 2009.
As an Occupational Therapist, Cate continued to treat both children and adults in New Hampshire before moving to Virginia in 2011.
Lauren utilizes strategies that are evidenced-based and enjoys watching clients grow and succeed in occupations that are meaningful to the client and to their families. Jenn focuses her treatment to evaluating the a client’s need and ability to utilize augmentative communication devices, training clients how to use the speech generation devices after delivery, and working with the family to develop and promote use of the device across multiple environments to develop purposeful communication that is both gratifying and pleasurable for the client and the family. Amanda is a Speech-Language Pathologist at Southeastern Therapy for Kids and is also working as an Early Intervention Specialist. Michael feels fortunate to serve the Virginia Beach community and being a part of the team of health care professionals at SPT, who are always willing to collaborate to better serve their clients. She loves working with the pediatric population the most, but enjoys keeping up her skills with adults. Ciara is an active member of the American Occupational therapy association and enjoys reading evidence based practice. Maya attended the University of New Mexico where she majored in Elementary Education and Theater Arts. Marcus has also worked at many campuses throughout the Dallas Independent School District as a standardized test preparation specialist and youth mentor.
She started out in journalism at an early age working at her college newspaper then in just a few years, accepted a position at Fox 4 News in Dallas producing on Good Day. She has been participating in children’s theaters around the DFW Metroplex since the age of 4. For the past twenty years, Lisa has devoted her time and talent to the body of Christ by writing and producing original dramatic plays. While at Oklahoma Children’s Theatre (OCT) he served as the Outreach Education Coordinator and was an actor, teacher and director. Recently she worked with Missoula Children’s Theatre, where she toured the west coast with her husband, casting, directing, and performing a full length musical with 60+ kids each week.
His previous experience includes working with the Young Actors Guild of McKinney, as well as working with kids at a pediatric clinic in North Dallas.

His work has been commissioned by Walt Disney Studios, Regent University, Ignatius Press, Paydirt Records, and Paramount Pictures, as well as appearing in publications including Newsweek, First Things, and USA Today.
Jenn has additional training in the Stanley Greenspan Floortime program and is a certified provider for The Listening Program. She has experience with swallowing disorders, language disorders, cognitive disorders, Autism, Down Syndrome, hearing loss, articulation, and stuttering. She also has experience working with young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders using the Floor Time approach to learning. Tamika is a Speech-Language Pathologist at Southeastern Physical Therapy and is also a full time-school based Speech Pathologist. Jennifer has also worked with adults suffering from voice, speech, language, and cognitive impairments resulting from traumatic brain injuries or stroke. Outside of Drama Kids, Maya is a ballroom dance teacher and has been teaching children the creative elements and fundamentals of dance and drama for over 18 years.
She is an experienced private coach and director. Heather is excited and proud to be a member of the Drama Kids team, her greatest joy in life is being able to be a wife and mother. She has taken opera lessons, and enjoyed singing and music so much that she even put a musical theatre spin to her ice skating performances! Most recently she was one of two candidates selected to represent the Rockwall community at Girl’s State, a national leadership program. Meghan has a variety of experience providing speech services to public schools, day cares, preschools, private schools, private clinic, as well as home health services. Ashley is passionate about client-centered care and using a holistic apporach in therapy to help children reach their full potential. Barbara is committed to working with children and their families to make therapy both an enjoyable and a meaningful experience. Amanda has also worked with adults suffering from speech, language, cognitive, and swallowing impairments resulting from traumatic brain injuries, stroke, or dementia.
LeeAnn believes that progress occurs when goals are targeted during fun and meaningful activities. She specializes in treatment in the areas of articulation, receptive and expressive language, and voice, for the early childhood and elementary school-age population.
Kristin is proud to be a returning drama teacher with us and hopes to continue making a positive difference in the lives of Drama Kids. Miss Gillian has been performing and competing through ballroom dance for the past 12 years.
He also served as the director of Young Company for OCT (a company of child actors in 2nd-5th grade) and was the staff advisor of OCT’s Youth Advisory Board. Kara has appeared in many RHS Spotlight Productions, community theatre productions, and all Drama Kids and DKI Acting Academy plays. This mother of two has experience providing care for the elderly and special needs children as a live in nanny and caregiver.
Meghan has expertise in treating and providing skilled intervention to the pediatric, school aged population, and adults. She also provides skilled intervention to the geriatric population in the areas of cognition, traumatic brain injuries, and swallowing disorders. She has had success co-leading the 12-week Hanen Program for Parents, supporting and training parents as language facilitators.
As a returning teacher, Gillian is thrilled to continue the DK journey because she says Drama Kids includes all the things she loves, including her love of theatre and deep desire to give back to others that which she received from her own mentors. As an actor Oscar has appeared in such shows as Hamlet, Romeo & Juliet, Macbeth, Hank the Cowdog, Miss Nelson is Missing and A Christmas Carol. Kara is working with Drama Kids through our apprentice program and plans to pursue an education in medicine at The University of Texas next fall. Martin's essays and letters appear in journals including CWR, World Magazine, re:generation quarterly, Books + Culture, RANT, and BUZZ. She has also provided therapy for children diagnosed with Autism, children diagnosed with cleft palate, and children requiring augmentative and alternative communication devices. Yolanda also has extensive experience providing evaluation and treatment in elementary school settings with multi-cultural and bilingual (Spanish) populations in Illinois and California. She will forever be a “Drama Kid”, and plans to utilize her strong communication skills wherever she goes in life!

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