Jessica Teipen received her undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders from Indiana University in 2003 and her Master’s of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Indiana State in 2007. She worked in the preschool and elementary school setting with 3-12 year olds and hospital outpatient clinic with children and adults prior to coming to work at CTC.
She specializes in working with articulation and speech sound disorders, language delays, and feeding disorders. She is certified in the Sequential Oral Sensory (S.O.S) Approach to Feeding and has completed specialized training for addressing Childhood Apraxia of Speech and expressive language delay.
In her free time, she enjoys living in and exploring downtown Indianapolis with her husband of 10 years, 8 year old twins, and two dogs.