Carissa Guiley
Offers virtual services
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Speech Pathologist
Spokane, Washington
4 years of experience
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About me

Carissa Guiley is a Speech-Language Pathologist and Certified Lactation Counselor specializing in pediatric feeding for ages birth to five. She provides care in-home, virtual, and in-office. Carissa has advanced training in areas of breast/bottle feeding and oral dysfunction, oral sensory-motor therapy, TOTs (tethered oral tissues), and Orofacial myofunctional therapy. She has a special interest in working with infants and children with tongue ties, infants having difficulty transitioning to table food, and families of toddlers with picky eating behaviors. She offers a wide range of services, from 1:1 parent coaching, to feeding therapy, as well as parent-child classes for introducing solids and parent workshops for tackling various mealtime challenges. She takes a holistic approach to intervention, with an emphasis on responsive feeding and nurturing the parent-child relationship so that mealtime can be a time of connection and nourishment.

Education

M.S. Communication Sciences and Disorders (2018)

B.S. Communication Sciences and Disorders (2015)

B.S. Nutrition and Dietetics (2012)

Certification and training

Certified Lactation Counselor (2022)

Memberships and affiliations

American Speech-Language Hearing Association

Credentials
CCC-SLP CLC
Specialties
Breastfeeding Assistance and Support Breastfeeding Support Child/family Therapy Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate Evidence-Based Therapy Exclusive Pumping/Bottle Feeding Latch Issues Nipple and Breast Pain Premature Infants Toddlers
Languages

English

Service introduction

Carissa Guiley is a Speech-Language Pathologist and Certified Lactation Counselor specializing in pediatric feeding for ages birth to five. Her areas of specialty include breast/bottle feeding when there is oral dysfunction, tongue ties, transitioning to table foods, and working with families of picky eaters. She offers a variety of services, including feeding play groups and parent workshops addressing various mealtime concerns, 1:1 feeding consultations, and individualized feeding therapy programs.