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.
M.S. Communication Sciences and Disorders (2018)
B.S. Communication Sciences and Disorders (2015)
B.S. Nutrition and Dietetics (2012)
Certified Lactation Counselor (2022)
American Speech-Language Hearing Association
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.