Kelcie Courtney, DT
Hi – my name is Kelcie Courtney and I am a Developmental Therapist with PSA! I have been with PSA since I graduated from Ball State University in 2014 with a degree in Family Consumer Sciences with a concentration in Child Development. While working with First Steps, I have worked with kiddos with delayed milestones (speech, cognitive delays, attention, play and social skills) and behavioral disorders; as well as kiddos with medical diagnosis like TBI, Autism, Down Syndrome, Seizure Disorders, and more. I am also a Supervisor for first year Developmental Therapists!
I have a fur baby named Kovu and we love to do anything outside – especially backpacking on the Colorado Trail. In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my family, boating, camping, and traveling!
Sharon Phelps, DT
I received my Masters of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology from Ball State University in 2008. I began providing early intervention services through Pediatric Specialty Associates, Inc. in the First Steps system in June 2014. I have experience working with children who have developmental delays, speech and language delays, Autism Spectrum Disorder, childhood apraxia of speech, and oral motor/feeding/swallow difficulties. As a mother to four children, I have experienced the ups and downs of parenting, and I believe that parents and caregivers play an integral role in speech and language development. I incorporate basic sign language, parent coaching, picture communication, sensory integration, and other communication modalities to find a system of communication that works best for each child. I look forward to working with you and your family!
Arbara Rogers, DT-A
For the past 10 years, I’ve worked as a mental health therapist working with toddler, preschool, middle school and high school aged children, as well as young adults. I earned my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Indiana University in 2008, my Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Indianapolis in 2011, my Post-graduate Certificate in Play Therapy from Capella University in 2017. I am a Registered Play Therapist and I am a current Doctoral student at Fielding University, where I’m studying Infant and Early Childhood Development. I’ve been working with children ever since I was old enough to do so. I love watching children grow and develop, and they always put a smile on my face.
Stacie Watters, DT
Stacie holds an associate degree in Early Childhood Education and began her career as preschool teacher in Michigan. She continued to teach while working toward her Master of Social Work (MSW) degree with a concentration in healthcare. She graduated in 1997 from Wayne State University with her MSW and spent 8 years working as a medical social worker for the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan. Stacie has had the opportunity to work with families in the hospital in a variety of ways during her career as a social worker and has found this to be immensely rewarding. In 2004 Stacie left the workforce to start her own family and raise her two children. She joined Pediatric Specialty Associates in 2012 combining her early childhood experience and social work experience in this new capacity.
Stacie is married with two children ages 16 and 15 and lives in Fishers. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends.
Kris Wu, DT
Kris graduated from Indiana University in 1997 with a Kindergarten- Primary Degree as well as an Early Childhood Degree. Kris has had a wide variety of experiences since graduating. She taught third grade in Indianapolis for three years following by second grade in Oak Park, IL. She and her husband made their last move to San Diego for two years where she taught preschool and Kindergarten, and then finally settled down in Indiana where they are raising their two boys. Since back in Indiana, Kris taught two-year olds at a nearby church for five years. During this time, she developed a passion for teaching, nurturing, and working with this early childhood age group and their families. Seven years ago she began working for Pediatric Specialty Associates as a Developmental Therapist. Kris has enjoyed her time with the agency and all of the families she has met and worked with closely. She likes working as a team with each family to provide the best individual outcomes for the child. Kris has had the pleasure of working with children who have developmental delays, speech delays, attention deficit disorder, autism, and down- syndrome.