Jocelyn Geib, Ph.D., CCC/SLP is a licensed speech and language pathologist. Dr. Geib completed her Ph.D. in Education-Learning and Development from Cleveland State University. She completed her Master’s degree in speech pathology at Kent State University. Dr. Geib has also completed course work leading to licensure in school administration at Cleveland State University.
Dr. Geib has worked in the area of behavioral management for children with autism for the past 15 years, including positions as an independent behavioral therapist and consultant, and multi-disabilities teacher. She has also worked at the Cleveland Clinic Center for Autism as the coordinator of the speech pathology department.
Dr. Geib was then named director of the STARS program (Specialized Teaching for students with Autism and Resources Services) for the Geauga County Educational Service Center, serving as the administrator for the school programming for students with autism.
In addition to KidsLink School, Dr. Geib directs speech pathology services for the KidsLink Neurobehavioral Center. She also leads social language groups for a variety of children at KidsLink and provides educational consulting. Dr. Geib enjoys providing speech treatment and behavioral intervention for children with a variety of developmental disabilities.
Dr. Geib is currently serving in a three-year appointed position on the Advisory Board for the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence disabilities (OCALI). She speaks frequently on communication and autism at the local and national levels. She is an active community member, is married and has two children.
Rachel Wolf, M.A., BCBA, COBA
Rachel holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Psychology, which she received from Kent State University and the University of the Rockies in Colorado Springs, respectively. Rachel also completed her Behavior Intervention Specialist Certificate through Kent State University, allowing her to sit for her BCBA exam in 2014.
Rachel has been with Kidslink Neurobehavioral Center since 2008, working on and off site as a part time therapist, until joining the Kidslink School staff full time in 2011.