Donna Schulman, MS, OTR/L
Donna received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Occupational Therapy in 1991 from the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas and a Master of Science Degree in Psychology from California Coast University in 2008. She has worked with special needs children in public school classrooms and has experience working in rehabilitation hospitals and hand clinics. Donna uses a wholistic therapeutic approach when working with children with a variety of disabilities including autism, sensory integration dysfunction, developmental delay, cerebral palsy and Down Syndrome. She often provides educational seminars related to developmental disabilities across the country to parents, teachers and healthcare providers. She is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). Donna is married to Alan and has two children, Karleigh and Sam. In her free time, Donna enjoys hanging out with her family and singing
on the weekends in two rock bands, The System and Something Else!
Holly manages the day to day operations of the clinic including all accounting, insurance billing, payroll, managing expenses, strategic planning, human resources and compliance. Before joining The Pediatric Therapy Clinic, Holly worked for several major finance and investment companies. This allowed her to bring invaluable experience and skills to the clinic. In her spare time, Holly enjoys spending time with her family, working out, running, reading and hanging out with friends.
Patient Care Coordinator
Jennifer is our Patient Care Coordinator. Her job is to provide the best customer service for our patients, doctors and therapists. At The Pediatric Therapy Clinic we believe with this coordinated effort we can provide the best individual attention to meet the unique needs of each child. This includes creating a warm, supportive, and conscientious environment. Jennifer has a degree in Anthropology from CSULB and has lived in Georgia for 10 years. She is married and has one child,
a dog, and two cats. In her free time she enjoys cooking and taking her dog, Fred, to the dog park.
Front Office Receptionist/Scheduler
Nicole started working at the clinic in October 2020. She is a vital part of our day-to-day operations at The Pediatric Therapy Clinic including answering phones, insurance authorizations, scheduling appointments, addressing client questions, and creating a welcoming environment for children and staff. Nicole received a degree in Early Childhood Education from KSU in 2011. She loves being around children and helping others. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, going to movies and concerts, and cheering on Georgia Tech (Go Jackets!!!).
Speech Language Pathologist
Lindsey Isley received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Communication Disorders from Auburn University. She has clinical experience in a variety of settings from the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to long-term care facilities. She has experience with a wide range of communicative disorders including receptive/expressive language, articulation, voice, pragmatics, augmentative and alternative communication, and feeding. Her areas of special interest include early intervention (ages birth-5 years), social communication, and feeding. She is married to her husband, Josh, and they have two fur babies, Rosie and Sadie. In her free time, Lindsey enjoys traveling, being outdoors, and dancing.
Pat Phillips Ed.S, CCC-SLP
Pat received her Masters Degree in Speech Pathology from San Jose State University in
California in 1980, and her Specialist degree in Leadership & Supervision from the University
of West Georgia. She has worked with children at all levels from preschool to high school, as well as adults in the private therapy setting. Her clinical experiences have included a wide range of communicative disorders – fluency, voice, articulation, language, and pragmatics. Pat has expertise and a special interest in augmentative and alternative communication, as well as written language skills in adolescents. In her free time, she enjoys her grandchildren, gardening and singing in her church choir.
Debby Flowers M.A., CCC-SLP
Debby has her Master’s in Speech/Language Pathology and her Clinical Certificate of Competency from the American Speech Hearing Association. In addition, she earned her Preschool Special Education and Reading Endorsements. Debby has done research on a variety of topics and presented at the National Reading Consortium in 2005 and at the Georgia Organization of Speech Language Pathologist Conference in 2006. She was recognized as the Outstanding Certified Employee of the Year by Marietta City Schools in 2005 and by the Marietta Kiwanis in 2006. She has over 30 years of experience and has worked in a variety of settings. Debby has expertise in articulation, phonology, language, pragmatics, and fluency (stuttering). She has worked with children from three to twenty-one years old. She is married and has two grown children, Hannah and Sam, along with a family dog named Annabelle. She enjoys traveling, reading, gardening, and walking.
Zaynee graduated from University of Tennessee with her Bachelors in Communication Disorders. She received her Masters from the University of Memphis in Speech Pathology. She has her Clinical Certificate of Competency from the American Speech Hearing Association. She has a huge passion for working with children and is the whole reason that she got into the field of speech pathology. After graduating, she worked at an elementary school in Cobb County for three years. She has experience with working with a variety of populations such as children with autism, children with Down Syndrome, children with intellectual disabilities, etc. Her clinical experience includes working with children with articulation disorders, fluency disorders, expressive language disorders, receptive language disorders, and pragmatic disorders. During her free time, Zaynee loves to travel, reading, and ice-skating.
Angela Connell OTR/L, MS
Angela received her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Alabama in 2004, and her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2006. Since graduating from OT school, she has worked in the inpatient rehabilitation setting, and has spent the last ten years working in the public school setting. Angela loves the creative aspect of making therapy fun and engaging for children. She is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association. Angela and her husband Andrew have a 6 year old corgi named Abby. In her free time, Angela enjoys running, yoga, and traveling.
Chase King, OTR/L
Chase, an Atlanta native, graduated from Colorado College in 2005 and earned his Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from the Medical College of Georgia in 2010. He began his career as an Occupational Therapist in the school systems of New York City and Denver working with special needs children. His time in pediatrics has focused on Developmental Delays, Early Childhood Development and Autism Spectrum Disorder. Chase transitioned to the other end of the life spectrum working in assistive living facilities and in skilled nursing with aging adults before returning to pediatrics. Being a child at heart, Chase makes therapy functional, interactive and fun! He enjoys spending time in the outdoors, traveling, camping, skiing and hiking.
Dr. Brandi Wells
Dr. Brandi Wells is a licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist with school-based and clinical experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Wells specializes in dynamic assessment and psychological evaluations with culturally and linguistically diverse children and adolescents, particularly in the areas of learning disabilities, emotional and behavioral disorders, autism spectrum disorders, developmental delays and ADHD. Dr. Wells provides individual and group therapy for managing anxiety, social skills training, peer conflict resolution, anger management, self-esteem, grief/loss, divorce/separation, depression, childhood sexual abuse, and organizational skills. Her goal in working with children and collaborating with their parents is to improve the overall quality of life for children, strengthen their coping skills, promote pro-social behavior, build resilience, normalize difficult feelings and experiences, and to prevent the development of more serious problems.
With over 12 years of experience in public school settings, Dr. Wells understands the importance of collaborative relationships between mental health professionals, parents, schools and community agencies in promoting student development. She currently consults with several school systems in the metropolitan Atlanta area. She has years of experience in school intervention programs such as the Student Support Team, RTI (Response to Intervention) process, early intervention services, eligibility for Special Education and the IEP process. She provides school observations and consultations as well as training and presentations for educators and parents on topics such as promoting positive mental health in schools, behavior management strategies, improving parent-home partnerships, social skills instruction, child and family adjustment, and multicultural issues in schools. Additionally, she has presented her research at state and national professional conferences as well as published her work. Dr. Wells is a member of the American Psychological Association, National Association of School Psychologists, and Georgia Psychological Association. Please take a moment to review her service information in more detail