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Meet our Team

Rachel Moon
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Rachel Moon is a speech-language pathologist serving the pediatric population of Northern Virginia and Maryland. Rachel started her speech therapy journey working in early intervention outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. While working in early intervention, she gained experience practicing community-based therapy and working with families of children aged 2-4 years old with various speech and language disorders. She moved to Virginia in 2019 and has worked at multiple pediatric private practice clinic settings seeing children from 12 months-21 years of age in both Virginia and Maryland. While working in pediatric clinics, Rachel has treated children with various disorders including Childhood Apraxia of Speech, articulation disorders, fluency disorders, Autism, Down Syndrome, AAC, receptive and expressive language disorders, and pragmatic language disorders. She believes that family members should be included in the treatment of their child and that their involvement is a major factor in treatment outcomes.

Remedy Speech Therapy provides speech and language intervention in schools and daycares in multiple cities across northern Virginia and Maryland.  Openings currently available!

Safari Mincey 
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Safari is a speech language pathologist licensed in Maryland and Virginia. She received her bachelors of Arts in Family and Child Studies from Montclair State University and her Masters of Arts degree in Speech Language Pathology from Kean University. Safari has worked primarily in pediatrics since receiving her Masters degree in 2019 and has experience in settings such as pediatric outpatient facilities, telehealth, early intervention and public elementary, middle and high schools (ages 0-21). Safari has experience working addressing speech and language concerns in areas of articulation, assistive and augmentative communication (AAC), receptive and expressive language, voice, fluency and pragmatic language disorders. In her free time Safari enjoys a variety of forms of exercise, playing ukulele and spending time with family. 

Victoria Guseva-Micklon
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Victoria received her Master's Degree in Speech Language Pathology from Misericordia University in 2020. Victoria grew up along the Jersey Shore with her parents and two dogs. She began her career working in New Jersey public school systems as well as a multidisciplinary clinic providing diagnostic services and intervention to neurodivergent and neurotypical populations. Victoria has experience working with children grades PreK-8 addressing speech and language concerns in areas of articulation, receptive and expressive language, assistive and augmentative communication (AAC), fluency and pragmatic language disorders. In Summer of 2022, Victoria made the move to Alexandria, Virginia to embark on a new adventure with Remedy Speech Therapy. Victoria enjoys providing engaging, interactive and effective speech and language therapy to pediatric and young adult populations in the private practice setting. She is a lifelong learner who emphasizes the sensory and emotional needs of patients to promote regulation and an optimal learning environment. In her free time, Victoria enjoys yoga, tennis, hiking, swimming and listening to live music.

Lindsay Miller
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Lindsay Miller is a pediatric speech-language pathologist with over 12 years of clinical experience.  She is licensed to serve clients in both Virginia and Maryland. Lindsay received her bachelor’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Pennsylvania State University, and her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the George Washington University.

 

Lindsay has primary experience working in a specialized day school setting, serving individuals with intellectual, behavioral, and emotional needs. She has also worked in pediatric private practice, serving elementary and middle school age clients. Lindsay has worked with children, adolescents and young adults with a variety of developmental and acquired disabilities including autism, intellectual disability, emotional disability, traumatic brain injury, and Down Syndrome. She has treated clients with diagnoses including apraxia of speech and other motor speech disorders; literacy disorders; voice disorders; articulation disorders; fluency disorders; and receptive, expressive, and pragmatic language disorders. 

 

Lindsay has collaborated with families and other professionals to ensure carryover of learned communication skills, including augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems. She has received various trainings, including Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets (PROMPT). In the school setting, Lindsay has advocated for her students to ensure they received the necessary SLP services. 

 

In her free time, Lindsay enjoys cycling, baking, and gardening, as well as passing on these interests to her two young children! 

Brittany Garvey
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Brittany has over 7 years of primarily pediatric experience, working with children ages 1-21. She received her bachelor’s degree in Spanish and English-Linguistics from George Mason University and her master’s degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Radford University. She has worked in both the general and special education settings as a school based SLP and in the private clinic setting. She currently completes multidisciplinary assessments for children ages 1 through 5 years of age for special education qualification.

Brittany has experience working with children who present with expressive and receptive language deficits, sensory processing disorders, articulation and motor speech disorders, attention deficit disorder, fluency disorders, and autism spectrum disorder. She also has experience working with multilingual families and children. Brittany enjoys learning about her clients’ interests and incorporating those interests into therapy activities. She believes that collaboration with families and caregivers is paramount in the carryover and progress of each child.

Sarah Pyne
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Sarah Pyne is a Speech-language pathologist currently licensed in Virginia and Maryland. Sarah began her career working in the public school system in New Jersey after graduating from Monmouth University’s graduate program. She then moved to Virginia in 2021 and continued in the public school system. Sarah has primarily worked with elementary school aged children (Pre-K to 6th), as well as middle and high school students over the summers. Sarah has experience working with students on their articulation, expressive and receptive language, fluency, and pragmatics skills, across many populations. In the schools, Sarah worked with various special education programs and provided services for students with learning disabilities, autism, down syndrome, intellectual disabilities, and students using AAC devices. Sarah found Remedy Speech Therapy when she was looking for a new adventure and wanted to take her experience and knowledge and apply it in the private practice setting to continue treating a variety of disorders.

Caitlin Sebesta
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Caitlin earned her bachelor’s degree in Speech and Hearing Sciences with a minor in Sociology from the University at Buffalo and her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) from Buffalo State University. She then began her SLP career providing in-person therapy and teletherapy to both elementary and middle school students in the public education system. Here, she implemented evidence-based interventions to address articulation, receptive/expressive language, fluency, pragmatics, and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) while working with students in the general education and special education setting (including classrooms for Self-Contained Autism, Mild/Moderate/Severe Intellectual Disabilities). Caitlin has a passion for providing children with client-centered tools for success while utilizing play-based therapy and incorporating individual interests. She values the input of each family in order to promote functional and meaningful communication and in turn impact their child’s daily lives. Caitlin grew up near the Adirondacks and has an affinity for hiking, camping, and simply hanging up a hammock and appreciating nature. She is excited to have opened a new chapter by joining Remedy Speech Therapy and looks forward to meeting you!

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