Morgan Geise, MS CCC-SLP
Morgan Geise is a Speech-Language Pathologist and the founder of More Than Words Speech Pathology. She is also an Adjunct Professor at Marian University. She joined the world of private practice full time in June, 2017 upon completion of her master's degree. She decided to open her own private practice in November 2018 after being mentored under Margo Kinzer Courter. She has special interest in language based learning disorders including early childhood, childhood apraxia of speech, social/pragmatic language, autism spectrum disorder, and selective mutism. She is a published researcher (Johnson, M. (2015). Teacher Perceptions of Elementary Students with an Articulation Disorder of Varying Degrees. Retrieved from Butler University Undergraduate Thesis (http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/ugtheses/299) Morgan completed her master's capstone on selective mutism.
Jill Crampton, MA CCC-SLP
Jill Crampton is a Speech-Language Pathologist who joined More Than Words in August 2019. She graduated from Ball State University in July 2019. She has worked with a variety of diagnoses and abilities. Jill brings new techniques and strategies that has benefited all of our students. She came highly recommended as a passionate student and knowledgeable therapist.
Lily Lannon, MA CCC-SLP
Lily Lannon is a school based Speech-Language Pathologist who is always willing to assist with after school groups. She is a fantastic therapist that guides our students through activities, study groups, and projects.
Butler University undergraduate students
We love having our Butler University students with us during after school groups. These students are currently studying communication sciences and disorders and are gaining real world experience through this clinic. They allow us to see more students in the evenings and still provide an individualized experience for our students. Our Butler students have complete supervision by one of the Speech-Language Pathologists. We also have students from other universities come help during our summer camps. Go Dawgs!