Stacey Wellman of The Greeley School

Stacey Wellman, MA, CCC-SLP, LD is a Speech/Language Pathologist at the Greeley School of Winnetka, IL. Stacey has undergraduate and graduate degrees from Northwestern University, including a bachelors of science degree from the School of Speech, a masters degree in speech/language pathology and audiology, a masters degree in learning disabilities, as well as earning a reading certificate. She has received advanced training from the All Kinds of Minds Institute at North Carolina, Chapel Hill, the Floor Time Method developed by Dr. Stanley Greenspan, RAD Learning pioneered by Judy Willis, MD, MEd, as well as extensive coursework in occupational therapy, neurodevelopmental training, environmental education, community stewardship, and ecotherapy. Stacey has worked in the public schools for 23 years with children from age 3 to 14. Outside of the public school, she works with high school and college level students on organization and integrated thinking and learning strategies. In addition, she runs a Roots and Shoots program and travels internationally with students, believing that learning must extend beyond the classroom and into nature.