Breanna Allor, M.A., CCC-SLP

Breanna Allor is a speech-language pathologist with six years of experience working with children in the public school and teletherapy settings. She is a graduate of Central Michigan University with her Bachelors degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a minor in Family Life and Human Sexuality. She received her Masters degree from Michigan State University in Speech-Language Pathology. Breanna has worked directly with toddlers, preschoolers, school-aged children, and teenagers. Her primary experience includes working with students with expressive and receptive language disorders, articulation and phonological disorders, and students with autism spectrum disorder. She is trained in the Picture Exchange Communication System, Positive Discipline, Expanding Expression Tool, and Visualizing and Verbalizing curriculum from Lindamood Bell. Breanna values collaborating with caregivers during the therapeutic process to empower family members to assist with the generalization of a child's speech and language goals. Ultimately, speech and language therapy is a group process, and when everyone within the family is on the same page, it creates better outcomes for the child.

Breanna is certified by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association and licensed by the state of Michigan. She believes in bringing in games, crafts, and other activities to engage individuals in the process of therapy.


Derrick Freyman, LMSW

Derrick Freyman is a social worker with five years of experience working with children in the public schools setting. He is a graduate of Central Michigan University with his Bachelors degree in Psychology and Philosophy. He received his Masters degree from Michigan State University in Social Work. Derrick has worked directly with preschoolers and school-aged children. His primary experience includes conducting biopsychosocial assessments, functional behavior assessments, behavior intervention plans, and individualized education programs for children with DSM 5 disorders (neurodevelopmental, bipolar, depressive, anxiety, trauma and stressor-related, disruptive, impulse-control, and conduct disorders). He utilizes CBT, DBT, and MI techniques as well as self-made, evidence-based activities for individual and group psychotherapy with children age 3-12.

Derrick has attended the following trainings:

  • Michigan Association of School Social Workers Annual Conference (attended October 2013, 2015)
  • Crisis Response and Debriefing Skills Training (March 2015)
  • Cognitive Coaching Foundation Seminar (May 2014)
  • Crisis Prevention Institute Nonviolent Crisis Intervention Training (September 2013 – Present)

Derrick has his full clinicial license as a master social worker within Michigan and has full approval for school social work through the state of Michigan. He is a member of the Michigan Association of School Social Workers and the National Association of School Social Workers.