Marissa Dey, MS, CCC-SLP
Idaho State University
Marissa received her master's in Speech language Pathology from Idaho State University, where she worked as a research assistant in both the Infant Phonology and Language Development labs. She completed her master's thesis on the effects of opiates on the central and peripheral nervous systems and the resulting communication deficits.
Being a pediatric SLP allows Marissa to combine her love of neuroscience with her love for children. She is forever humbled by her clients and honored to work with the next generation of empowered humans.
She has a special interest in functional communication, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) in response to fluency disorders, language development and disorders, early intervention, and social-emotional development. Her passion lies within providing under served populations with access to communication. Marissa believes in taking a naturalistic, whole-child approach to support her clients in achieving all that they aspire to be.
Dream on, little dreamers. I believe in you.