Our Team

Brittany McCutcheon MCD, SLP-CCC          _64A7321
Speech Language Pathologist

Brittany has been in the field of speech and language for almost 13 years. She has experience with a vast number of different communication disorders and ages, ranging from 12 months- senior adults. She has worked in the preschool classroom, adult rehab, private pediatric clinics, and school settings. She has started her own therapy and consulting company, Path To Progress, LLC. Working in the field of speech, language, and communication disorders is her true passion. She lives in Fort Mill with her husband and 14 year old son, Cole and 11 year old daughter, Ava.
She attended Winthrop University were she received her B.A. in Communication Disorders. Then attend the University of South Carolina were she received her Masters in Communication Disorders.

• American Speech, Language, Hearing Association (ASHA)
• Certificate of Clinical Competence-ASHA
• State of South Carolina Certification/License in Speech-Language Pathology
Professional Memberships
• South Carolina Speech and Hearing Association (SCSHA)

Jessica Wheaton, OTR/L

164a3990Jessica received her Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy from Quinnipiac College. She lives with her family in Fort Mill.  Jessica has a wide range of experiences from pediatrics to geriatrics settings. Jessica has traveled to Costa Rica and provided academic support for bilingual students with learning differences that included dyslexia, ADHD, Asperger’s, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, Sensory Processing Disorders, and handwriting issues. She also worked in an orphanage setting supporting children from trauma backgrounds.  She is trained in Therapeutic Listening, The Astronaut Training Protocol, Beckmann Oral Motor Protocol, Trust Based Relational Intervention, and Handwriting Without Tears.  Jessica’s passion is working with children and their families to improve their daily lives.

Evelyn Barkaway, OTR/Levie1
Evelyn received her Occupational Therapy degree from Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. Over the course of her 18 year career, Evelyn has worked with both the pediatric and adult populations in a variety of settings including schools, hospitals, home health and rehabilitation facilities. A native of Chicago, Illinois, Evelyn currently lives in the Lake Wylie area with her husband and twin boys.

Amber Riess, COTA/L

Amber received her occupational therapy assistant degree from Central Piedmont Community College, and her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition Dietetics from Louisiana Tech University. She is passionate about helping children explore interests and develop life skills. She has experience with children ages 2 to 16 years of age with Autism Spectrum Disorder, stroke, Sensory Processing Disorders, and developmental delays. Amber currently lives in Charlotte, NC with her husband, daughter and cat, Moose.

Andrea Kellner, COTA/L

Andrea has an AAS in Occupational Therapy Assistant from Central Piedmont Community College. She is certified with the National Board of Certification in Occupational Therapy. She is licensed in both South Carolina and North Carolina. Andrea has experience working in the private school system, early intervention and private clinic setting. She specializes in the area of sensory integration, developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder in ages birth-adolescent. Andrea thrives on building a connection with families and their children while applying skilled interventions to achieve optimal engagement in daily occupations. When she is not at work, she enjoys reading, playing outdoors and spending time with her children.

Alexis Ludwig, M.A., CCC-SLP  

Alexis received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in the area of Communication Disorders and Sciences from the University at Buffalo.  She has practiced speech therapy in both the school and clinic settings.  Alexis has treated toddlers, children, and adolescents with various communication disorders including but not limited to: Childhood Apraxia of Speech, articulation and phonological disorders, Autism, intellectual and learning disabilities, Multiple Impairments (severe to profound), language delays and disorders, and Stuttering.  Alexis has experience with Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC).  She is passionate about including family members in the therapy process. 


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