Associate Dean, College of Education and Human Services
Department Chair - Social Work/Communication Sciences and Disorders
Dr. Salley has worked as a speech-language pathologist both in schools and healthcare but has more extensive clinical practice in medical settings. Her specific clinical expertise is in pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders, dysphagia, and child speech/language disorders.
Director of Clinical Education
Mrs. Frank is a speech therapist who has worked mostly in the school setting. Her clinical expertise includes working with children with a variety of speech-language impairments in local public schools.
Mrs. Bailey is a speech-language pathologist and clinical educator. Mrs. Bailey brings experiences including work in acute care, long-term care, outpatient rehabilitation, and school-based services.
Areas of professional interest childhood phonological disorders, language disorders, autism.
Dr. Cralidis has worked in many different medical settings including acute care, inpatient rehabilitation, and in the ICU. She has also worked in skilled rehabilitation facilities, skilled nursing facilities, and in private practice. Her clinical expertise includes adult neurogenic communication disorders, specifically traumatic injury, stroke and swallowing disorders.
Dr. Eubanks provides hearing test and hearing aid services and teaches the undergraduate Audiology course. She is also the Audiology Faculty Member for the Virginia Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (LEND) program. As the mother of a college student she also has a keen interest in classroom acoustics and prevention of noise-induced hearing loss.
Mrs. Freitag is a speech-language pathologist who has primarily worked to provide school-based services at the elementary and secondary level. She has also gained clinical experience working in acute care, long-term care and outpatient rehabilitation. Areas of professional interest include childhood phonological, language and fluency disorders.
Associate Professor & Graduate Director (CSD)
Department of Social Work and Communication Sciences and Disorders
Dr. King has been a speech-language pathologist in Virginia for 20 years, working in public schools, early intervention and has been part of the VCU Cochlear Implant Team. Her clinical expertise includes working with young children and their families using a coaching model.
Director, Project Jumpstart
Mrs. Labosier has worked as a speech-language pathologist in Public Schools, Pediatric Home Health Care, and in Early Intervention. Her specific clinical expertise is working with the birth-five population (infants, toddlers, and preschool), providing services in the natural environment, and providing services using the family Coaching Model.
Coordinator and Local Lead, Heartland Virginia Quality
Mrs. Pelland has worked for 30 years in the Virginia Cooperative Extension as an Extension Agent in Family and Consumer Sciences. She works with childcare and preschool programs in providing high-quality early care and education through professional development opportunities.
Assistant Professor, CSDS Department
Dr. Wallace worked in a variety of settings as a speech-language pathologist before obtaining her doctorate in Special Education. She worked mainly with pediatrics with language impairment, articulation disorders, autism, hearing impairment, and developmental delay. Erin's clinical expertise and research interests include early childhood and early elementary school children with language delay and problem behaviors.
Dr. Walker has been a speech-language pathologist for over 10 years. She was worked in early intervention, public school, and outpatient settings. Her clinical expertise includes working with school-aged and adolescent language and literacy disorders.