Our Team


Sarah Koehling,   Owner, Speech Language Pathologist  MS, CCC-SLP License #3507  Sarah earned her Bachelors and Masters Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Oklahoma State University. She has worked in the public school setting, clinic setting and with the birth to three population through the SoonerStart program. She enjoys working with children of all abilities. Sarah specializes in the following areas:  Feeding, Swallowing and Oral Motor Therapy Autism Spectrum Disorders Down Syndrome Child Speech (Articulation) and Language Disorders Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Fluency Disorders (Stuttering) Feeding groups for picky eaters Reading Fluency and Comprehension (dyslexia) Childhood Apraxia of Speech Emergent Literacy (preschool age) Pragmatics/Social Skills  Sarah is also available for specialized consultation for parents to access the following services at no charge:  SSI/TEFRA IEP review

Sarah Koehling, Owner, Speech Language Pathologist
MS, CCC-SLP
License #3507

Sarah earned her Bachelors and Masters Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Oklahoma State University. She has worked in the public school setting, clinic setting and with the birth to three population through the SoonerStart program. She enjoys working with children of all abilities. Sarah specializes in the following areas:

Feeding, Swallowing and Oral Motor Therapy
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Down Syndrome
Child Speech (Articulation) and Language Disorders
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
Fluency Disorders (Stuttering)
Feeding groups for picky eaters
Reading Fluency and Comprehension (dyslexia)
Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Emergent Literacy (preschool age)
Pragmatics/Social Skills

Sarah is also available for specialized consultation for parents to access the following services at no charge:

SSI/TEFRA
IEP review

Christy Levine,   Speech Language Pathologist    MS, CCC-SLP   Christy earned a Bachelor's Degree in Spanish/International Studies from Eckerd College, a post-Bachelor's Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language from Hawaii Pacific University, and a Master's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Nova Southeastern University. She has served children and adolescents in the public school setting through telepractice as well as the clinic setting. Christy specializes in the following areas:  Autism Spectrum Disorders Social Language (Pragmatics) Expressive and Receptive Language Disorders Speech Sound Delays/Phonological Disorders Phonological Awareness and Early Literacy Fluency Disorders (Stuttering)

Christy Levine, Speech Language Pathologist
MS, CCC-SLP

Christy earned a Bachelor's Degree in Spanish/International Studies from Eckerd College, a post-Bachelor's Certificate in Teaching English as a Second Language from Hawaii Pacific University, and a Master's Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Nova Southeastern University. She has served children and adolescents in the public school setting through telepractice as well as the clinic setting. Christy specializes in the following areas:

Autism Spectrum Disorders
Social Language (Pragmatics)
Expressive and Receptive Language Disorders
Speech Sound Delays/Phonological Disorders
Phonological Awareness and Early Literacy
Fluency Disorders (Stuttering)


Coeise Scott,   Speech Language Pathologist    MS, CCC-SLP   Coeise earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Disorders at Northeastern State University and her Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders at The University of Tulsa. She has worked in public schools, home health, private and University clinical settings and at Oklahoma Assistive Technology Center. She enjoys working with birth through adult ages. She has experience with Autism, articulation and phonological disorders, receptive and expressive language disorders, multiple disabilities, developmental delays, voice disorders, Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) and AAC.

Coeise Scott, Speech Language Pathologist
MS, CCC-SLP

Coeise earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Disorders at Northeastern State University and her Master’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders at The University of Tulsa. She has worked in public schools, home health, private and University clinical settings and at Oklahoma Assistive Technology Center. She enjoys working with birth through adult ages. She has experience with Autism, articulation and phonological disorders, receptive and expressive language disorders, multiple disabilities, developmental delays, voice disorders, Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) and AAC.

Trina Souders,   Speech Language Pathologist      MS, CCC-SLP   Trina has extensive pediatric experience in the schools and working in the outpatient speech therapy setting. Trina works with our after school clients twice a week. We are delighted to have her on our team!

Trina Souders, Speech Language Pathologist
MS, CCC-SLP

Trina has extensive pediatric experience in the schools and working in the outpatient speech therapy setting. Trina works with our after school clients twice a week. We are delighted to have her on our team!

Courtney Torix,   Speech Language Pathologist    MS, CCC-SLP

Courtney Torix, Speech Language Pathologist
MS, CCC-SLP

Adrienne Coleman Driscoll,   Speech Language Pathologist    MS, CCC-SLP   Adrienne earned her Bachelors degree in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences from the University of Kansas (Go Jayhawks!) and her Master in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Tulsa. Adrienne has experience in the pediatric clinic setting, as well as the adult acute setting. She works part time at a local hospital in the inpatient unit.

Adrienne Coleman Driscoll, Speech Language Pathologist
MS, CCC-SLP

Adrienne earned her Bachelors degree in Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences from the University of Kansas (Go Jayhawks!) and her Master in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Tulsa. Adrienne has experience in the pediatric clinic setting, as well as the adult acute setting. She works part time at a local hospital in the inpatient unit.

Katherine Gallegos,   Speech Language Pathologist    MS, CCC-SLP

Katherine Gallegos, Speech Language Pathologist
MS, CCC-SLP

Rebecca Robnett,   Speech Language Pathologist    MS, CCC-SLP

Rebecca Robnett, Speech Language Pathologist
MS, CCC-SLP

Jennifer Thomas,   Physical Therapist    PT, DPT  Jen has worked in a variety of settings before joining our team here at Speech and Beyond- most recently working with the birth to three population as part of Colorado’s early intervention program. When she’s not chasing her three young boys around, she enjoys spending time outdoors- especially in the mountains.

Jennifer Thomas, Physical Therapist
PT, DPT

Jen has worked in a variety of settings before joining our team here at Speech and Beyond- most recently working with the birth to three population as part of Colorado’s early intervention program. When she’s not chasing her three young boys around, she enjoys spending time outdoors- especially in the mountains.

Martha Nunn,   Physical Therapist      PT, DPT

Martha Nunn, Physical Therapist
PT, DPT

Kate Hendrix,   Physical Therapy Assistant      PTA

Kate Hendrix, Physical Therapy Assistant
PTA

Ann Boyd,   Occupational Therapist    OT/R  Ann graduated from Northeast LA University in 1997. She worked for New Directions Rehab for one year until getting married and moving to Colorado Springs where she worked for Community Partnership for Child Development and Early Head Start. At the same time, she also served on the city's Child Find team and Special Quest committee where she found her heart in pediatric occupational therapy. In 2000, Boyd moved to Shreveport where she served the children of Shriners Hospital for 12 years in both inpatient and outpatient care. She participated in research studies, and served specialty clinics including CP, JRA, Hand, and splinting. Boyd has presented numerous special topic lectures for the occupational therapy and physical therapy students at both LSU and Bossier Parish Community College. Boyd moved to Tulsa in 2012 where she has continued her commitment to serving children with Speech and Beyond.

Ann Boyd, Occupational Therapist
OT/R

Ann graduated from Northeast LA University in 1997. She worked for New Directions Rehab for one year until getting married and moving to Colorado Springs where she worked for Community Partnership for Child Development and Early Head Start. At the same time, she also served on the city's Child Find team and Special Quest committee where she found her heart in pediatric occupational therapy. In 2000, Boyd moved to Shreveport where she served the children of Shriners Hospital for 12 years in both inpatient and outpatient care. She participated in research studies, and served specialty clinics including CP, JRA, Hand, and splinting. Boyd has presented numerous special topic lectures for the occupational therapy and physical therapy students at both LSU and Bossier Parish Community College. Boyd moved to Tulsa in 2012 where she has continued her commitment to serving children with Speech and Beyond.

Carrie Bozone,   Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant      COTA National Certified License #332607 Oklahoma License #1554  Carrie earned her Associates of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy from Brown Mackie College in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Her treating experience has been in out-patient clinics, school systems, long term care units, and skilled nursing facilities. Before her Occupational Therapy career, she worked as a Paraprofessional in Special Education amongst the public school system. There, she was highly qualified to work in the multiple disability classroom with the 4-13 year old moderate to profound population for more than 8 years. She loves working with children of all ages and helping them reach their fullest potential.  She specializes in:  Developmental Delays Fine Motor Gross Motor Visual Motor Visual Perception Motor Planning Bilateral Integration Coordination Strengthening Upper Extremity ROM Self-regulation Dressing Toileting Activities of Daily Living Social Participation

Carrie Bozone, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
COTA
National Certified License #332607
Oklahoma License #1554

Carrie earned her Associates of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy from Brown Mackie College in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Her treating experience has been in out-patient clinics, school systems, long term care units, and skilled nursing facilities. Before her Occupational Therapy career, she worked as a Paraprofessional in Special Education amongst the public school system. There, she was highly qualified to work in the multiple disability classroom with the 4-13 year old moderate to profound population for more than 8 years. She loves working with children of all ages and helping them reach their fullest potential.

She specializes in:

Developmental Delays
Fine Motor
Gross Motor
Visual Motor
Visual Perception
Motor Planning
Bilateral Integration
Coordination
Strengthening
Upper Extremity ROM
Self-regulation
Dressing
Toileting
Activities of Daily Living
Social Participation

Lisa Callahan,   Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant    COTA

Lisa Callahan, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
COTA

Shelly Williams,   Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant      COTA  Shelly earned her Associates of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy at Brown Mackie College in 2014 in Tulsa, Ok. Her work experience includes a skilled nursing facility, as well as home health and school systems. Shelly enjoys working with children of all ages and help them reach their goals.  Shelly specializes in:  Fine Motor Gross Motor Visual Motor Motor Planning Visual Perception Bilateral Integration Coordination & Strengthening UE ROM Activities of Daily Living Handwriting Social Participation Self Regulation Developmental Delays  During her spare time, Shelly enjoys spending time with her husband, 3 daughters, and their black lab. She also loves outdoor recreation such as camping and swimming, reading a good book, listening to music, and photography/scrapbooking.

Shelly Williams, Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant
COTA

Shelly earned her Associates of Applied Science in Occupational Therapy at Brown Mackie College in 2014 in Tulsa, Ok. Her work experience includes a skilled nursing facility, as well as home health and school systems. Shelly enjoys working with children of all ages and help them reach their goals.

Shelly specializes in:

Fine Motor
Gross Motor
Visual Motor
Motor Planning
Visual Perception
Bilateral Integration
Coordination & Strengthening
UE ROM
Activities of Daily Living
Handwriting
Social Participation
Self Regulation
Developmental Delays

During her spare time, Shelly enjoys spending time with her husband, 3 daughters, and their black lab. She also loves outdoor recreation such as camping and swimming, reading a good book, listening to music, and photography/scrapbooking.

Michelle Livesay,   Registered Dietitian    MS, RD, LD  Michelle is a registered and licensed dietitian with 10 years of experience in pediatrics, both clinical and home healthcare. She holds a Master of Science degree in Nutrition from Oklahoma State University.  She has experience with:  Nutrition support/tube feeding Tube feeding weaning Feeding and sensory issues Feeding progression and feeding advancement in developmental delays and disabilities Food intolerances/allergies  She enjoys working with both the child and their families to meet nutrition and growth needs. As a mother of a young children, She understands what positive impact nutrition can play in their lives.

Michelle Livesay, Registered Dietitian
MS, RD, LD

Michelle is a registered and licensed dietitian with 10 years of experience in pediatrics, both clinical and home healthcare. She holds a Master of Science degree in Nutrition from Oklahoma State University.

She has experience with:

Nutrition support/tube feeding
Tube feeding weaning
Feeding and sensory issues
Feeding progression and feeding advancement in developmental delays and disabilities
Food intolerances/allergies

She enjoys working with both the child and their families to meet nutrition and growth needs. As a mother of a young children, She understands what positive impact nutrition can play in their lives.

Karri Geisinger,   Behavioral Health Specialist

Karri Geisinger, Behavioral Health Specialist