Our team of highly trained and experienced speech and language pathologists/assistants is dedicated to providing the best care possible for our patients.
Tracey Siebold, Owner
MS, CCC-SLP, CED
Tracey is a Level IV oral placement therapist, but if it's easier, you can just call her a Jedi Master. Since making the coastal bend her home years ago, Tracey has revolutionized the area with your needs on the forefront. Partnering with experts in their respective fields, Tracey has become a well-known professional who prides herself on training individuals with the same passions. Fun fact: when you can't find Tracey at the clinic, look for her in the water! Tracey is an avid kite-boarder.
Belinda Perez, Lead Asst. SLP
BS Lic Asst. SLP
Belinda doubles as a speech pathologist assistant for a local school district where she works closely with master educators. Her unique position allows her to counsel patients on their peer to peer interactions and show patients first hand the value and use of language. If you've been around awhile, Belinda may seem like a familiar face. That's because Belinda worked with Tracey more than 10 years ago when A Place for Speech was in its infancy. She'd never admit it, but she's a day-one OG.
Kim Lindsey, Lead Therapist
Kim has been working as a speech language pathologist for the last 20 years-- and in that time she has truly worked with patients across the lifespan. She began her career in hospitals and rehab facilities working with the elderly, and shortly after made the switch to working with the 0-3 population focusing on early childhood intervention. But, just as her life as a mom of three has evolved, so has her field(s) of interest. Currently, Kim works with patients in a variety of areas to include feeding and cognition. On a personal note, she's a HUGE fan of GP Wildcat football.
Darcy Guerrero, Clinical Fellow
Darcy received her Masters of Science from Texas A&M- Kingsville and has been busy learning the ins and outs of a fast-paced private practice. Although she's the new kid on the block, she's becoming a fast favorite. She's excited to work with patients across the lifespan and increase her knowledge of feeding and swallowing disorders in the very near future. Fun fact: you're not seeing triple! Darcy is a triplet (but don't worry; we've seen pictures. They won't be fooling us anytime soon!)
Alyssa C Sanders, Manager
Alyssa participated in two semester externships at A Place for Speech during her Master's program, and upon graduation, was thrilled to rejoin the team for good. She loves working with all patient populations and building relationships to help them reach their full potential-- especially in the areas of reading and writing. In another lifetime, Alyssa was a high school English teacher, so she loves incorporating literature into any/all sessions as a way to enhance speech, language, pragmatic, and cognitive communication skills.