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At Fox Therapy Services, our mission is to enable people of all ages to become confident communicators.
Fox Therapy Services provides speech, language, feeding, and myofunctional therapy from passionate clinicians using evidence-based treatment approaches. Our highly trained clinicians work closely with clients and their families to achieve meaningful and successful progress. Fox Therapy Services also provides lactation support and nutritional counseling services. We also strive to empower clients and their families through parent education and training.
At Fox Therapy Services we make therapy sessions effective, interactive, and fun! Our success is a direct result of the success of our clients. Thank you for including us on your journey!
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Meet the Team
Jessie Fox Blois
Jessie founded Fox Therapy Services in 2016 with the mission of bringing effective, evidence-based and accessible services to the community that she grew up in. She is a graduate of California State University, Chico with a Masters of Arts (MA) in Communication Sciences and Disorders, with an emphasis in Speech-Language Pathology. As a speech-language pathologist, Jessie holds her Certificate of Clinical Competence with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and her license with the Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensers Board. Jessie is a certified instructor for the Hanen More Than Words Program. She is also trained in PROMPT and Michelle Garcia Winner’s Social Thinking Program. In addition to speech therapy, Jessie is a myofunctional therapist. She received her training from the International Association of Orofacial Myology (IAOM). Jessie went on to achieve her certification as a Qualified Orofacial Myologist (QOM). She is also trained in TOTS. She has spent her career working with individuals of all ages.
Jessie has provided therapy in client homes and in the private clinic setting while focused on the treatment of a wide variety of disorders and delays. She has also spent ten years working in the California public school system. Because of her work in the California public school system, she has wide-spread knowledge and understanding of the public school special education system and the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) process. Jessie is passionate about working closely with both her clients and her client’s families to ensure the most effective therapy approach to creating confident communicators. In her spare time, you will find Jessie spending time with her husband, Ben, and their kids, Adam and Sydney.
Sayeh is a speech and language pathologist completing her clinical fellowship. She received her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Science in Communication Disorders and Sciences-Speech Pathology, at California State University, Northridge (CSUN).
During Sayeh’s graduate studies she gained valuable experience working with both children and adults in a variety of different clinical settings such as private practices, public schools, multidisciplinary clinics. Her most recent experience was in a public-school setting where she worked with children K-5th grade from diverse cultural backgrounds, some of whom where bilingual or English second learners. Prior to that, she completed her externship where she worked in the early intervention program. Here, Sayeh understood the importance of working collaboratively with other professionals (e.g. occupational therapists/ children development specialists) and understood the important role parents/caregivers have in their child’s success. With respect to children, she conducted comprehensive evaluations and provided treatment in the areas of speech and language which included articulation disorders, phonological disorders, voice disorders, expressive and receptive language disorders, fluency/stuttering, social communication disorders (pragmatics), auditory processing disorders, hard of hearing, and AAC. With respect to adults, she has worked with clients with aphasia, focusing primarily on reading and conversational skills post-stroke.
Sayeh believes that the ability to communicate is a gift that many of us take for granted. Her goal is to give her clients a voice by helping them find ways to express their thoughts, wants, and needs which will, in turn, help build strong connections and relationships with family, friends, and peers. She is dedicated to consistently expanding her knowledge and education with the latest advances in the field of speech and language pathology. In her spare time Sayeh enjoys pilates, spending time with her family and friends, painting, and playing piano.
Briana, is a California licensed speech-language pathologist and a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). Briana graduated from Northern Arizona University with a Master of Science degree in Clinical Speech Language Pathology. Since graduating, Briana has had experience with a variety of pediatric populations within the private practice setting. She has advanced training in the Early Start Denver Model and is PROMPT trained. Briana evaluates and treats a wide range of disorders including Autism Spectrum Disorder, developmental delays, receptive and expressive language disorders, articulation disorders, Apraxia of speech, and social pragmatic disorders. Briana strives to provide the most comprehensive treatment by using developmentally appropriate approaches, that value the importance of collaborating with professionals, family members, and caregivers. In her spare time, Briana enjoys Pilates, yoga, and spending time with her Fiancé and dog.
Jessica Glover, RDH, COM®️ is a Certified Orofacial Myologist, trained through the International Association of Orofacial Myology (IAOM) as well as a Registered Dental Hygienist. Throughout her 25 year career in dental hygiene, Jessica was always looking at “whole body health” while treating her patient’s preventive dental needs. She knew there was much more to learn between the mouth/body connection. She started looking at the “why”. Why did her patients have orthodontic relapase? Why did her patients grind and clench their teeth? Why did her patients suffer from TMJ pain?
From that point Jessica’s education turned to orofacial myology, which is the study and treatment of oral and facial muscles as they relate to dentition, chewing and swallowing, and speech. As a certified orofacial myologist, Jessica is able to retrain the muscles of the face and mouth to correct functional patterns of nasal breathing, swallowing, chewing and at rest. This exercise-based therapy will help resolve issues associated with sleep, breathing, posture, orthodontic relapse, cervical neck tension and jaw pain. She also works with children (and adults) to eliminate oral habits such as thumb sucking, pacifier use or chewing on non-nutritive items.
Jessica is constantly adding additional education courses such as Tethered Oral Tissues (i.e. tongue tie/ankyloglossia), Myobrace training system and is in the process of studying Buteyko Breathing to become a certified Buteyko Breathing Educator. She is an active member of the IAOM (International Association of Orofacial Myologists), ADHA (American Dental Hygiene Association), CDHA (California Dental Hygiene Association), and AAOSH (American Academy of Oral Systemic Health).
When not seeing clients via telehealth, or working in the dental office, Jessica enjoys spending time with her husband and two teenage kids. She also has a “mini farm” that keeps her busy with her horses, goats, chickens, dogs, and barn cat.
Stefanie Canter-Karp, M.S., CCC-SLP is a licensed speech-language pathologist with a Bachelors of Science degree in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a Masters of Science degree in Communicative Disorders from the California State University, Northridge. She is a member of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association. Her experience includes working at the UCLA Early Childhood Partial Hospitalization Program and lecturing in the UCLA Autism Evaluation Clinic. Stefanie has been working in the private practice setting for nearly 20 years. Stefanie’s personal passion is working with young children with language delays, Autism, and Apraxia of Speech. She is trained in PECS, PROMPT, Links to Language, Social Thinking, and is skilled in working with a variety of Augmentative and Alternative Communication Devices. Stefanie is the proud mom of two children.
Holly is a licensed speech language pathologist assistant through the Speech-Language Pathology,
Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensers Board. She graduated from Ball State University with a Bachelor’s
of Science in Speech Language Pathology and a minor in Autism Spectrum Disorders. Her time at Ball
State was focused on human communication and its disorders. Holly moved to California and continued
her education at California State University, East Bay.
Holly discovered her love of working with children her senior year of high school where she had the
opportunity to work with the local developmental preschool. Since then she has continued to work with
a variety of programs with children of all ages. Holly loves helping children realize their potential and
watching them grow. Outside of work her passion is traveling and spending time with family.
Erika is a graduate of San Diego State University with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Speech Language and Hearing Science. Her studies included learning to best serve the communication needs of children from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Erika continued her education at Loma Linda University and is a California licensed speech language pathologist assistant through the Speech-Language Pathology, Audiology and Hearing Aid Dispensers Board.
During her time in San Diego, she fell in love working with school aged children by volunteering in an elementary school, where she was also introduced to students using Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC). During Erika’s placement with Loma Linda, she was able to discover her passion for AAC with a caseload consisting of many individuals with different devices in the private practice setting. She also worked as a one on one aid at a local AAC camp dedicated to orienting children and their family and caregivers to their communication system. Erika has attended several trainings for LAMP Words for Life. She continues to volunteer with A Voice Discovered and attends trainings on new ways to implement AAC. Erika’s personal passion is working with children with language delays, children with Autism Spectrum disorder, and all users of AAC. Erika loves to collaborate with parents and caregivers to best serve all children’s unique needs to create the best communicators possible.
I am a Registered Dietician Nutritionist (RDN) with 15 years of experience caring for a variety of clients in clinics, hospitals and home health care settings. I really enjoy working closely with children, adults and families to help them reach their nutritional goals. I believe working with children struggling with feeding challenges in a gentle and systematic approach can lead to building lifelong healthy relationships with food. I believe working with the family as a unit helps me to understand the family goals and how best to reach them in a realistic manner. As a busy mom of three children and someone who loves cook, enjoys all foods and enjoys being active, I believe I understand the challenges many families face which allows me tailor achievable goals to each individual and family.
I am also an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC). Over the last 10 years, I have had the pleasure of working with many mothers and babies to reach their breastfeeding goals. I have enjoyed working in hospitals, setting up comprehensive lactation programs, training other healthcare professionals, private consulting, running support groups and working with a midwifery clinic. Some of my greatest experiences have come from nursing my three daughters. I can fully understand the challenges a nursing mother goes through. I passionately believe that the support a mother receives will help her succeed in meeting her nursing goals – from the successful first latch to weaning from the breast. Working closely with a mother-baby dyad brings me great joy.
Education: BS in Nutrition and Dietetics from University of Wyoming, MS in Nutrition from Central Michigan University, BS in Exercise Science from Rocky Mountain College, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) from UC San Diego Extn.
Feeding Training: SOS Approach to Feeding – When Children Won’t Eat: Picky Eaters vs. Problem Feeders, Food Scientist Model: SOS Approach to Feeding Adaptation for the School Aged Child
Associations: ILCA – International Lactation Consultant Association USLCA – United States Lactation Consultant Association CDR – Commission on Dietetic Registration
Kelby received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from California State University Northridge. Over the years, she has enjoyed working with her husband in their Real Estate, Carwash and Insurance businesses. Kelby has her Life, Health, Property and Casualty insurance licenses. Marketing and community outreach has always been her specialty.
Kelby has also enjoyed being active in the Agoura Hills community. She was the Chairperson for The Great Works of Art Program at Willow Elementary, an Art Teacher for 10 years, Room Mom for all three of her children every year and President of the Agoura High School Football Foundation where she was in-charge of all fundraising. Kelby has also enjoyed several different Board of Director positions. Working on Reyes Adobe Days and being in charge of the Art Museum was a highlight.
Throughout the years Kelby has designed for many TV shows and children’s stores. Art, design and working with children is her true passion. She believes that every child will always remember when someone took an interest and encouraged them.