Marcy holds Georgia and South Carolina licensure as an SLP. Marcy received a Bachelor of Music from Berry College, Master of Music from Georgia State University, and Master of Communication Sciences and Disorders from University of South Florida, in Tampa.
Before starting a therapy practice of her own, Marcy worked 8 years as a speech therapist in a variety of settings. Marcy has a 25 year career as a professional vocalist and music educator, as well. Marcy has had a successful career helping pediatric patients in private, outpatient, and home based settings and working with the Babies Can’t Wait program in Georgia serving children ages 0-3.
Marcy opened her own speech therapy practice to serve pediatric patients aged 0-18 with a variety of disabilities and delays including: language delay, articulation disorders, feeding difficulties, apraxia, autism, Down Syndrome and more. Marcy provides strategies and support to families, helping them to learn how to best support their children with speech, language, and feeding difficulties.
Marcy enjoys the pursuit of music in her free time. She teaches beginning piano and voice part time. Marcy has a unique set of skills that has allowed her to offer musical education to students typical or special needs.
Marcy is available for speech therapy and therapeutic consultation. You can reach Marcy at MPM Creative Therapy Services at email@example.com
Nancy Meredith- Molloy performs administrative and intake tasks for MPMC. Nancy retired after 28 years of service with the Center for Disease Control (CDC) as a medical technologist. Her work in Newborn Screening Infant Metabolic Testing and Quality Assurance Program helped to save lives all over the world by regulating and setting standards for infant blood spot testing. When you call our office, Nancy will be one of the professionals helping to guide you.
Nancy enjoys camping, gardening, and spending time with her family.