​While your child will likely have 1 primary clinician, we all work together to ensure our kiddos receive consistent quality service. Families are able to schedule make-up or additional sessions with any of our clinicians. Rest assured that we will collaborate as a team throughout your child's time at Budding Voices. 

Tiffany Erler, MS, CCC-SLP  ~ Tiffany is our founder and Clinical Director. After receiving her Masters in Speech-Language Pathology from Loyola College in Maryland in 2007, she completed a clinical fellowship year at the Kennedy Krieger Institute's Center for Autism and Related Disorders. Tiffany remained on staff at CARD through 2010. She participated in multi-disciplinary teams focused on identifying children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and providing individualized treatment. She then lived and worked in Sydney Australia for 4 years. During her time there, Tiffany continued to work with children with ASD at the largest Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and early intervention centre in the country. Tiffany's areas of expertise and special interests include autism spectrum disorders, apraxia, and augmentative-alternative communication. Tiffany is trained in PECS, PROMPT, and ABA. She has treated children of all ages with a wide variety of abilities and diagnoses. ​Tiffany is certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and holds a MD License. She received an ACE award in 2017 for her commitment to lifelong learning by earning over 70 hours of continuing education. ​​​On a more personal note, Tiffany grew up in Audubon NJ. She currently lives in Severna Park MD. Tiffany is a wife and mother of 3 boys. She enjoys reading. Tiffany likes listening to country music and relaxing on the beach. 

We believe that every child deserves an opportunity to unlock his or her voice. Our mission is to provide individualized therapy to each client. We strive to include the whole family in our treatment approach. 

What an incredible team!

Our Mission

We are so lucky to have a team of 7 amazing clinicians!

Budding Voices is different in so many ways. We bring a variety of backgrounds and experience to offer a unique service model to our patients and their families. Tiffany, Nicole, Daryn, Lindsay, Krista, Danielle, and Amanda are all licensed in the State of Maryland and hold the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP). We also have student clinicians and assistants train with our team regularly. 

Our team is fun, energetic, and caring. We love our jobs! And it shows!

Krista Bergey, MA, CCC-SLP  ~ Krista earned her Bachelor’s degree in psychology from Goshen College.  Prior to becoming a speech-language pathologist, she worked as an early childhood assessments and special education coordinator for Mary’s Center/Briya Public Charter School in Washington, DC. She later completed her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology at Indiana University where she completed the STEPS track that trains bilingual clinicians to work as SLPs with Spanish speaking and bilingual children.  Krista spent the first several years of her career at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.  She has experience with evaluation and treatment of monolingual and bilingual children 18 months through middle school to address early language development, articulation and phonology disorders, autism, language disorders, and a variety of developmental delays.  She has been trained in PROMPT as well as the identification of red flags for Autism Spectrum Disorders in early childhood using the Autism Navigator through the University of Florida. More recently, Krista transitioned back to the Baltimore area, where she works on a county-wide bilingual assessment team for a public school system.  Krista grew up in northern Indiana and lives in Baltimore, MD. She enjoys the beach, walking around the Harbor, exploring new restaurants, and and spending time with friends and family.

Lindsay Lavin, MS, CCC-SLP ~ Lindsay earned her Bachelor’s degree in Speech-Language Hearing Sciences from Loyola University Maryland in 2018 and Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Towson University in 2020. She has experience working in a private practice with individuals between the ages of 15 months to 20 years old. She has worked with children with articulation disorders, mixed receptive-expressive language disorders, apraxia, alternative and augmentative communication devices (ACC), selective mutism and oral dysphagia. Lindsay is certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and holds a MD License.

On a more personal note, Lindsay grew up in New Jersey and has been living in Baltimore City for about 1 year. She enjoys hiking, traveling, dancing and playing tennis. 

 On a more personal note, Nicole grew up in Bloomington, MN. She’s now lives in Arnold, MD with her husband and four kids. She enjoys spending time with family, as well as cooking, reading, and playing tennis.

Pediatric Speech-Language Therapy Center

Daryn Reeder, MS, CF-SLP ~ Daryn earned her Bachelor’s degree from Temple University and Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Loyola University Maryland. She has experience working with children with developmental delays, intellectual disabilities, multiple disabilities, articulation and/or phonological disorders, expressive and/or receptive language disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Down Syndrome and the Deaf and HOH population. Daryn grew up in Annapolis, MD and still resides there now with her family. She loves American Sign Language, cooking, dancing, cats and learning about sharks.

Meet our therapists

Nicole Felt, MS, CCC-SLP  ~ Nicole earned her Bachelor’s degree from American University in psychology and her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Loyola University Maryland. For five years, Nicole worked as a private therapist with children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and developmental delays and was trained in both Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) and Floortime therapies. She also worked at Children’s Hospital in Washington, DC as a research coordinator studying children with feeding disorders. After receiving her Masters in 2014, Nicole worked in private clinics in Washington, DC and Maryland providing speech-language therapy for children ranging from 2 to 16 years. Nicole’s areas of expertise and special interests include articulation delays and disorders, autism spectrum disorders, augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), and overall expressive and receptive language difficulties. Nicole is trained in ABA and the SOS Approach to Feeding.