Damon Korb - Director
   Charlie Bell - Autism and Behavior Specialist
   Rosalie Cárdenas - Office Coordinator
   Erin Crowley - Marriage and Family Therapist
  
Kushma Govindappa - Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrician
> Carlin Graveline - Speech and Language Pathologist
   Cassandra Harms - Marriage and Family Therapist
  
Savita Joshi - Office Receptionist
  
Amy Korb - Business Manager
   Sue Landaiche - Office Administrator
   Joyia Moeller - Educational Psychologist
   Jana Parker - Educational Psychologist
   Josie Porcella - Education Specialist
   Paula Ramos - Education Specialist
  
Jennifer Rich - Marriage and Family Therapist
   Michael Slone - Educational Psychologist, Behavior Analyst
   Victoria Tenenbaum - Pediatric Behavior Specialist
   Lara Zawacki - Educational Psychologist, School Psychologist

Carlin Graveline, M.S., CCC-SLP
Speech and Language Pathologist

Carlin is a speech-language pathologist for the Center for Developing Minds assessing and treating children with a variety of communication difficulties, including articulation, auditory processing, as well as developmental and pragmatic language delays and disorders. She has a special interest in assisting children with craniofacial anomalies and hearing impairments. Carlin believes that parents play a vital role in fostering an effective therapy plan. She encourages family involvement, as well as other applicable disciplines, into the therapeutic process for maximum efficiency and generalization.

In addition to her work at the CDM, Carlin is the Clinic Director for the Kay Armstead Center at San Jose State University, and greatly enjoys having an impact on the career paths of future speech-language pathologists. She previously worked with the Craniofacial Team and the Autism Spectrum Disorder Assessment clinic at Kaiser Permanente, as well as in private practice and schools for the deaf. She has held numerous workshops for parents regarding typical and atypical communication development in young children, and encouraging language development for at-risk toddlers.

Carlin holds a M.S. in Speech and Hearing Sciences, with a specialty in Auditory Oral Communication, from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, and a B.A. in Communication Disorders and Sciences from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. She has also completed additional training from the Hanen Program and the PROMPT Institute. In her spare time, Carlin enjoys running, hiking, exploring and farming with her young children and loved ones, as well as developing an ethos of sustainability with her family.