Darius Thomas is the Founder & Chief Executive Officer of Dynamic Therapy, an international speech-language pathologist, instructor, mentor, supervisor, global leader, and motivational speaker. Darius holds a unique background in evaluating and treating clients in schools, daycares, clinics, homes, and via telepractice. Darius has collaborated with multidisciplinary teams to address the communication and educational needs of clients with a wide variety of disability classifications, including autism spectrum disorder, emotional disturbance, intellectual disability, specific learning disability, speech-language impairment, and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Darius has also successfully increased articulation, fluency, voice and resonance, language, cognition, swallowing, social communication, and communication modalities in clients across the lifespan. In collaboration with families, Darius has provided early intervention therapy services for infants and toddlers with disabilities and developmental delays.
Jaxon Thomas leads Dynamic Therapy’s greeter and therapy dog operations. He is a cockerchon (Cocker Spaniel and Bichon Frise mix) and known for being social, playful, intelligent, and cheerful. He is a wonderful companion and therapy dog. When you join the Dynamic Therapy family, you also get to work with our lovable and friendly therapy dog Jaxon. From working with a child who is learning to read or making one of our adult patients smile, Jaxon is the man with the plan. 🐾
Egypt Lyons serves as Dynamic Therapy’s Executive Assistant! She comes to us with 10 years of experience working in the DC Public Charter School system. As an executive assistant, she helps coordinate scheduling, billing, and day-to-day operations, and assists our clients in the most DYNAMIC way possible. She is an alumna of North Carolina Central University with a Bachelor’s in Psychology. She enjoys working in a fast pass environment because it allows her to really show how efficient she is. Her hope is to help expand Dynamic Therapy to a company that not only reaches all humans across the lifespan but that breeds excellent clinicians as well.
Wesley Robinson adds a fresh perspective to our company. As a social media coordinator, he oversees our growing clientele, service marketing, and data analytics for the entire business. As a young college student with varied communications and media talents, he is passionate about assisting any business in reaching its full potential. Wesley has over 7 years of media skills and the essential drive to take Dynamic Therapy out of this world. He will also learn what he needs to know about the area of Speech-Language Pathology to pursue his own successful career.
Certificate of Clinical Competence Speech-Language Pathologists
Lily Burnham is a licensed Speech Language Pathologist with experience in hospitals, schools, and private practice. Her professional background includes the evaluation and treatment of clients in-person and via teletherapy. Additionally, she enjoys providing tutoring and training, to other professionals in her field, on content related to telepractice including, the creation of virtual speech rooms, Boom Learning, Google Slides, and more! Her favorite part of the profession is having consistent opportunities for continuing education to ensure evidence-based practices are being utilized for maximum growth for patients and their families. She is a neurodiversity-affirming, play-based, and LGBTQ+ supporting, clinician.
Clinical Fellow Speech-Language Pathologists
VaughnThompson completed her undergraduate and graduate studies at Howard University in Communication Science and Disorders. She worked with Dynamic Therapy as a Graduate Clinician and is back to complete her clinical fellowship! Vaughn’s clinical experience includes working in private practices, and public and charter schools. She has experience in evaluating and treating receptive/expressive and pragmatic language disorders, swallowing, phonological and articulation disorders, TBIs (traumatic brain injuries), fluency disorders, and autism spectrum disorder. Vaughn enjoys building relationships with her clients and their families and hopes to promote a rich learning environment.