Tabitha Crabtree is from Gotha, Florida. She earned her Masters in Communications Disorders from the University of Central Florida and her Bachelors of Science in Early Childhood Special Education from Auburn University. Tabitha teaches Speech- Language Pathology and Educational Therapy at our Plant Street Campus. She is a Host for Southeastern training and conferences for the National Institute for Learning Development. She loves reading, cooking, biking, and spending time with her family. Tabitha’s favorite Bible verse is Philippians 4:13. Her greatest influences have been her parents, Mrs. Sandra Parrish, her Middle School Sunday School teacher, Keith Yarborough, my youth pastor, and Steve McFarland, the Minister of Music at FBCWG for directing her Christian walk.
“As a therapist, our overall goal is to help individuals grow to become competent and confident learners. Also, no matter what challenges an individual may have, I want them to know God has a specific plan for their lives, and through Him they will become all he has meant for them to be.”