Our Team2017-08-10T17:07:13+00:00

Joanne Hanson
Founder and Director
I have been working as a speech-language pathologist for 25 years. I am a graduate of the University of NH where I received a BS and MS in Communication Disorders. read full bio
Allison Cloutier
MS, CCC-SLP, Clinical Manager
I joined MFST in 2011 after graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology with concentrations in Early Childhood and in Augmentative and Alternative Communication. read full bio
Adelle Beaumont
MS, CCC-SLP, Speech Language Pathologist
I have been passionate about working with children since I was a child myself. I received my Bachelors of Science from the University of New Hampshire in 2013 in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in Deaf Studies, followed by a Masters of Science in 2015 in Speech Language Pathology with a focus in early childhood. read full bio
Kathy Harrington
Physical Therapist
I have been a pediatric physical therapist for over 20years and continue to love spending my working hours with kids of all ages. I have a BA in Biology and minor in Cognitive Psychology from Bucknell University, PA. I received a BS in Health Sciences and MA in Physical Therapy from Touro College, NY. I also received my pediatric NDT certification from Seattle, Washington. I grew up on Long Island, NY but have lived in MA since 1995. read full bio

Mikaela Cassidy
In 2010, I graduated from Boston University with a BA in psychology. I then worked at a school for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders in Natick, MA for six years. During this time, I was introduced to the world of speech therapy and the importance of being able to communicate! I registered for night classes and quickly earned my speech language pathologist assistant (SLPA) license. read full bio
Paige St. Germain
Every interaction is rewarding! Watching children evolve and make progress in their communication is powerful. In addition, I love the team approach to making the child successful. read full bio
Eileen Baker
Practice Manager
I graduated from SUNY Geneseo in 1986 with a BS in Sociology. I started working part time at Miracle Farm Speech Therapy in October of 2009 and am also a full time mom to 4 kids and wife to a husband that has quite a crazy work schedule! read full bio
Kiley Corson
MS, CCC-SLP, Speech Language Pathologist
I love speech therapy because I get to laugh every, single day. Working with children allows me to celebrate my inner child while helping them communicate at the same time. Seeing the joy on a child’s face as he/she develops a new skill is the most rewarding part of my day. read full bio
Julie Maislen
I began working with children at daycare centers throughout Europe and the United States. I loved creating relationships with the children I worked with and discovering creative ways to encourage their language and literacy development. After a decade of traveling, I came back to my roots in New Hampshire to a job working in special education at a public school. It was there that I discovered this field of speech and language pathology, and I haven’t looked back since. read full bio
Ashley Kelley
MS CF, Speech-Language Pathologist
My love of working with children was jumpstarted by a high school internship at MFST nearly 10 years ago. My summer breaks throughout high school and college were spent as as a Camp Runamuck counselor, where my passion was solidified. I went on to receive my B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders with minors in Hearing and Deafness Studies and Psychology from Emerson College in Boston.  I continued my education at Emerson and graduated in 2019 with a M.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders. My clinical interests include hearing loss, AAC, feeding disorders, and individuals with complex medical needs. read full bio
Alise Rittershaus
Speech-Language Pathologist

I began working with kids during high school, volunteering for my local parks and recreation program as well as teaching a youth tennis program. I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre Arts from Salem State University in 2015. During my time in undergrad I worked with kids to create theatre. I realized just how important all aspects of communication are and the various tools or support children may need to communicate effectively. Following undergrad I received my Masters of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Emerson College in 2017. read full bio

Samantha Wohlmacher MS CF SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist


I first discovered the field of speech language pathology, as a high school senior, in an American Sign Language course. I immediately knew this profession was for me. A few months later, I moved from Long Island, NY to Durham, NH where I attended the University of New Hampshire. read full bio

Katherine Chandler
Business and Credentialling Manager

I have a BS in Business Management from Plymouth State College. Early in my career I worked in investment banking, project management and marketing.  I recently joined Miracle Farm Speech Therapy after being a full-time mom to my two children who are now young adults. Through the years I have been and continue to be involved with many volunteer opportunities in both my children’s schools and the community. read full bio

Super Cooper
I am a yellow lab who was rescued from Save a Lab Rescue. I have experience in cuddling, nudging, and begging for belly rubs. read full bio

Are you interested in joining our team?
Please send your resume or contact joanne at:  [email protected]