Jocelyn Geib, Ph.D., CCC/SLP is a licensed speech and language pathologist who provides assessment and treatment at KidsLink. She also serves as the executive director at The KidsLink School Program. 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 as well as course work leading to licensure in School Administration at Cleveland State University. Her undergraduate degree is from Bowling Green State University.
Dr. Geib has worked in the area of behavioral management for children with autism for the past 20 years, including positions as an independent behavioral therapist and consultant, paraprofessional, intervention specialist, and school administrator. Previous professional roles include Coordinator of Speech Pathology at the Cleveland Clinic Center for Autism and Director of the STARS program for the Geauga County Educational Service Center.
Dr. Geib enjoys providing speech assessment and treatment as well as behavioral intervention for children with a variety of developmental disabilities. Dr. Geib is now serving in an appointed position on the Advisory Board for the Ohio Center for Autism and Low Incidence disabilities (OCALI). Dr. Geib is active in the local community and speaks frequently on communication and autism at the local and national levels. She is married with two children.