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Heather Warwick, M.S. CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist/Owner

Heather Warwick M.S. CCC-SLPOwner/ Director& Speech-Language Pathologist I have been in the field of speech-language pathology for almost 25 years and continually embrace all the joy and inspiration that comes with working closely with children and their families. In 1996, I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Disorders at The University of Houston and then obtained a Master of Science degree in Communication Disorders at The University of Texas at Dallas in 1998. Thus far in my career I have had the pleasure to work in various settings including outpatient children's hospital, home health, telehealth, private practice, and public schools. I have also led pragmatic language groups for multiple ages. Experience in these settings has provided me with well-rounded insight into how to better collaborate with the child's team and to facilitate the carry-over of skills into all of the child's environments.​Throughout my career, I have developed a focus and love in working with the pediatric population including children with various diagnoses such as pragmatic, expressive and receptive language disorders, articulation disorders, feeding and swallowing challenges, autism and childhood apraxia of speech. ​I maintain a Texas license in speech-language pathology and hold certification through the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). I am also certified in Basic DIR Floortime (levels 1-4), have background in "Social Thinking" methodology, am a member of the North American Reggio Emilia Alliance and have training in the SOS Approach to Feeding. I am a Co-founder of A New Leaf School which is a Reggio Emilia inspired private elementary school in The Heights. I currently hold the positions of both Assistant Director and Social Language & Communication Specialist at the school. ​Above all, I believe that I have the best job in the world working with wonderful children and collaborating with families. I feel very strongly that every child has his/her unique learning path that should be celebrated. It is part of my life's work to help individualize therapy to optimize each child's communication skills along their journey.​​


Caroline Wilson, M.S. CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist

Caroline is a Texas licensed Speech Language Pathologist practicing in the Greater Houston area, certified through the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). Following her graduation from Baylor University's Master of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders program in 2022, Caroline worked in the public school system, serving students and families in the Katy area. Caroline has experience providing speech and language therapy in public schools, rehabilitation hospitals and private practice settings. She enjoys evaluating, creating treatment plans and facilitating therapy sessions that are play-based, child-led and multi sensory. Caroline has experience working with students with a diagnosis of Autism, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, expressive, receptive and pragmatic language disorders, articulation disorders, and fluency disorders or stuttering and works with Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) users. She has received continuing education training specific to Childhood Apraxia of Speech, Articulation and Autism. In addition, she has experience facilitating therapy sessions for children with orofacial myofunctional disorders and hopes to further her clinical skills by completing the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach training. Caroline is excited to join the My Path Therapy team and continue to grow in her passion for helping children and families foster connection through communication.


Emma Wells, M.S. SLP-Clinical Fellow/ Intern

Emma graduated from Texas A&M University in 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication. Upon graduation, Emma completed leveling courses and continued on to receive her Master’s in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of St. Augustine for Health Sciences in April of 2024. She currently holds her Texas license as a Speech-Language Pathologist Intern. She will complete her Clinical Fellowship at My Path before receiving her Certificate of Clinical Competence from ASHA. 


Emma has experience from her clinical externships that include a pediatric outpatient clinic, a public school, and a hospital gaining experience with evaluating and treating pediatric and adult patients with various diagnoses. She has a passion for pediatric Feeding and Swallowing and will continue her education by completing the Sequential Oral Sensory Approach shortly. Emma cannot wait to begin her career with My Path while creating meaningful client relationships along the way. 

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Lindsay McBride, OTR, M.O.T.
Occupational Therapist

Lindsay is a licensed and registered Occupational Therapist and trauma informed CranioSacral therapy practitioner. She graduated magna cum laude from Texas A&M University in 2004, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and a minor in Business. While completing her undergraduate education, Lindsay was honored with the President’s Volunteer Service Award for her countless hours of service to at-risk children and young adults in crisis. Lindsay is a compassionate leader and creative healer with a heart devoted to igniting greatness in others. She continued to pursue her love of neuroscience and kinesiology by receiving her Master of Occupational Therapy degree at Texas Woman’s University in 2008. Lindsay completed her professional internships in the speciality areas of sensory integration and neurorehabilitation and began her career at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, Texas. She gained valuable experience in the ICU, NICU, inpatient rehab, aquatic therapy, wound care and outpatient setting. She took on the role of team leader for the outpatient neurorehabilitation team and provided extensive mentorship to her colleagues in areas of neurodevelopmental treatment, sensory integration, and pediatric feeding dysfunction and treatment. 


Lindsay developed a passion for integrative manual therapies that improve function and honor each individual’s natural capacity to heal and thrive. She became a CranioSacral Therapist in 2013 and transitioned into private practice. She has received all of her CranioSacral Therapy training through the Upledger Institute International, the world’s leading CranioSacral Therapy (CST) experts, researchers and educators. Dr. Upledgers’s legacy established him as a leader in integrative, whole-person, evidenced based manual therapy education. Lindsay has a special interest in treating individuals with developmental delay, sensory processing differences, dyspraxia, executive function challenges, neuromuscular dysfunction, chronic pain, and developmental trauma, including attachment, social-emotional and co-regulation challenges. She enjoys incorporating yoga, mindfulness, somatic therapeutic exercises, and growth mindset training into individualized treatment plans for clients of all ages. Lindsay values a congruent and collaborative community approach to exponentially improve the quality of life of  those she serves. Lindsay’s innovative and neurodivergency affirming practice promotes whole body wellness across all seasons of life. 


For more information about the integrative manual therapies Lindsay uses in her therapeutic process for children and adults, please visit:

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