Phyllis Behrer is a Speech-Language Pathologist at the Center for Pediatric Therapies. She is the Clinical Manager at our Lynchburg, Virginia location. Her passion is language therapy for early intervention and with children with autism.
Phyllis is certified in the Beckman Oral-Motor Protocol. Recent continuing education topics include Sensory Oral Sequential approach to feeding; Kaufman Early Intervention Program: Children with Apraxia of Speech; and Picture Exchange Communication System.
Phyllis holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Delaware and a Bachelor of Health Science from Governors State University in Illinois. Phyllis earned a Master of Health Science from Governors State University, where she was awarded the Lee Edward Travis award for outstanding graduate student in 1999.
Originally from Long Island, New York, Phyllis now lives on Smith Mountain Lake in Moneta, Virginia. Outside of work, Phyllis enjoys reading, cross stitching, writing, boating, swimming, and spending time with her husband of 30 years and their three grown daughters.