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Megan Lyons, LCSW, CCC (SLP)

Assistant Clinical Professor of Social Work; Speech and Language Pathologist



Megan Lyons, LCSW, M.S. CCC-SLP is a part time Clinical Instructor in the Harris-Provence Child Development Unit. Her clinical expertise includes working with young children and families who are dealing with the effects of trauma and disrupted attachment as well as extensive clinical practice supporting caregivers in their capacity to understand their child’s early development. She has also supervised and mentored many future clinicians in the field of social work. Ms. Lyons is also a Speech-Language Pathologist in the Toddler Developmental Disabilities Clinic. She provides speech-language evaluations for several studies involving children with autism spectrum disorders and their families. Likewise, she conducts comprehensive clinical evaluations for infants and young children suspected of having autism. She has published on topics including prosodic development in childhood, supporting mainstream educational success for children with autism and on assessing communication.

Education & Training

  • MSW
    Ohio State University (1995)


  • Board Certification
    American Speech-Languare-Hearing Association, Speech Language Pathology (2010)

Departments & Organizations