OUR PRACTICE

The Caring Group is a private practice specializing in a variety of therapy services for infants, toddlers, children, pre-teens, and young teenagers. We have 20 years of experience for all stages of a child’s development.  No matter your child’s diagnosis or reason for referral they will receive our individualized care and compassion as we work with them to meet their goals .

Our Practice
The Caring Group is a private practice specializing in a variety of therapy services for infants, toddlers, children, pre-teens, and young teenagers. We have 20 years of experience for all stages of a child’s development.  No matter your child’s diagnosis or reason for referral they will receive our individualized care and compassion as we work with them to meet their goals .
OUR THERAPISTS
Beth A. Mueller, MS, CCC-SLP
OWNER

For over 20 years, Beth has been practicing speech language and her speciality lies in the birth to teen population. Her smile, upbeat personality, and caring nature make her a favorite of all of her patients.

Brienne Cason, MS, CCC-SLP, CLEC

Brie has been a speech therapist since 2011. She has special interests in birth to three speech and language, breastfeeding, and phonological disorders. She brings experience from in-home early intervention and is extremely passionate about providing the best care to the patients she sees. 

Erin Matos, MS, CCC-SLP

Erin has been a speech therapist since 2006. She has special interests in school age speech and language, phonology, and social language. Coming from a school based background, Erin is knowledgeable about the IEP process and provides accurate information and guidance to parents.

Alex Klein, MS, CCC-SLP

Alex has been a speech therapist since 2017.  Her experience working as a school SLP with preschool-5th grade students sparked her interest in foundational reading skills, ADHD accommodations, and literacy based speech and language therapy.

Kim Wallace MS, CCC-SLP

OWNER

Kim offers over 20 years of proven experience working with children from birth to early teen in in-home and center-based environments. Her positive attitude, awesome t-shirts, and fun energy make her an asset to families and their children.

Kaylee Kreutzberg, MS, CCC-SLP, CLC
Orofacial Myofunctional Therapist

Kaylee has been a speech therapist since 2013. She has special interests in early language, breastfeeding, feeding and oral motor, and behavior management. Kaylee brings with her a wealth of knowledge about the IEP process from working in the school setting and helps bring creative thematic fun into the clinic. 

Kayla Tabor, MS, CCC-SLP

Kayla has been a speech therapist since 2019. She has special interests in augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), fluency, and school age language. She puts her heart and soul into the care she provides and always uses best evidence based practice to drive her therapy.  

Korinne Christner, COTA

Korinne has been a COTA since 2018, after working for 3 years in schools with children who have special needs. Her interests include working with children who have difficulty with emotional regulation, fine motor skills, and sensory processing.

Jodi Sienkiewicz, Office Manager

Jodi has worked in pediatric therapy for over seven years. She loves connecting with the children and enjoys getting to know their families. Jodi can easily relate to the parents and help guide them in the right direction, as one of her own children has received therapy for six and a half years. Jodi is inspired by all of the kids that come to the clinic and is proud to see what they accomplish!

Jerica Patek, CCC-SLP

Jerica has been a speech therapist since 2016. She has special interests in augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), literacy, early and school age language, and social language. She has a genuine sweet and silly personality that her patients are able to connect with. 

Caitlin Churchill, MS, OTR/L

Caitlin was a teacher for 5 years before becoming an occupational therapist. She has experience in schools, home health, and the hospital setting as an occupational therapist. Caitlin's special interests include: sensory processing, fine motor, visual motor, activities of daily living, and emotional regulation.

Taylor Wiggins, MS, CFY-SLP

Taylor has experience working with a large population of children from ages 2 through adolescence during her clinical experiences. She has special interests in early and school-age language development, articulation, phonological awareness, and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). 

Karly Phipps, COTA/L

Karly Phipps has been a licensed COTA since 2018 after several years of working in the school systems. She has previous COTA experience in a variety of settings: home-health, outpatient, EI and schools. She has special interest in sensory processing and regulation, and fine motor development.