Get To Know Us
Meet Our Health Professionals
Crystal Moss, MS, CCC-SLP
Co-Owner and Speech-Language Pathologist
Crystal Moss is a licensed speech-language pathologist in the state of TN and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). She is currently a candidate for the Listening and Spoken Language Specialist certification in Auditory Verbal Therapy (LSLS cert. AVT) through the Alexander Graham Bell Academy for Listening and Spoken Language for treatment and facilitation of listening and spoken language skills of children with hearing loss. She is fluent in conversational Spanish and has received extensive training in training use of speech-generating devices, treatment for toddlers and preschoolers with autism, bilingual therapy, as well as treatment of a variety of childhood speech and language disorders. She graduated in 2014 from Belmont University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and minors in Chemistry and Spanish. She received her Master of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in 2016. She has worked and received training in a variety of settings including hospital outpatient centers, pediatric private practices, child hearing centers, and hospitals.
Crystal lives with her husband, Dustin, and 2 dogs (Winston and Waylon). In her free time, she likes to travel, try new restaurants, hike, rock climb, and spend time with friends and family. She enjoys helping families and children find the power of communication and prides herself on providing high quality services to her patients. She is excited to be providing speech therapy services to Cookeville and the Upper Cumberland area of TN!
Kelly Hooks, MS, OTR/L
Co-Owner and Occupational Therapist
Kelly Hooks is a licensed Occupational Therapist in the state of Tennessee. She graduated with a Masters of Science in 2015 from Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in New Orleans, LA. She received the Faculty Award For Outstanding Graduate receiving more peer nominations for outstanding OT than any student from previous classes, being described as an advocate for her profession and her clients. Her first 5 years were spent at Cookeville Regional Medical Center where she had tremendous mentorship in developing her passion and skills for pediatric therapy. In 2019 she received recognition as “The Employee of the Year” (Celebrity of the Year) out of approximately 2100 employees at Cookeville Regional Medical Center for going above and beyond advocating for her patients. Kelly is a member of The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) and is registered with The National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT). Kelly has advanced training in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Dyslexia/Dysgraphia/Dyscalculia, developmental delay, pediatric neurodevelopmental disorders, mindfulness based interventions for depression, anxiety and trauma in adolescents, yoga for children. She has also completed advanced continuing education courses on executive dysfunctioning in children and teens, pediatric brain and neuroplasticity, visual perception and impact on learning, primitive reflex, sensory and motor integration, and pediatric trauma: healing trauma through play. Her passion is understanding the child’s difficulties in daily functioning within their environment and providing support for family, community and school settings.
In her free time, she enjoys hiking, primitive camping, volunteering with her certified therapy dog Ophelia (OPIE) at local medical facilities, kayaking, live music, traveling domestically and abroad, cooking creole and cajun food, canning when tomatoes are in season, and just having a cup of coffee on her porch.
Stacy Siegers, MA, CCC-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist
Stacy Siegers is a licensed Speech and Language Pathologist in the state of TN with over 26 years of experience. She is originally from Philadelphia and received her Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Millersville University in 1991. She then completed her Master of Arts degree at Temple University in 1996 and has done clinical work in a variety
of settings including school systems, ENT offices, Temple University’s Speech and Hearing Clinic, and acute rehab. Stacy’s work has focused primarily on skilled nursing/rehabilitation and home health, but more recently she has felt called to work in pediatrics. She especially
enjoys working with pediatric dysphagia (feeding and swallowing difficulties). She feels the best part of her job is getting to know her kids and their parents and building a trusted and supportive relationship. Outside of work, she spends most of her free time with her husband
and two Corgis, reading, or trying new recipes. Stacy is excited to be working with such an amazing and truly caring team and to be able to provide these much needed services to
children and their families in Cookeville and the Upper Cumberland!
Maesa Chaffin, CF-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist - Clinical Fellow
Maesa Chaffin is a Speech-language Pathologist, Clinical Fellow. She received her Master’s in Speech-language Pathology from the accredited program at Idaho State University in 2021. She moved to Tennessee in the summer of 2021 with her husband and their dog, Moose. Maesa has experience in working with individuals across the lifespan, and especially loves working with those on the Autism spectrum and those with cognitive needs. She is conversationally fluent in Spanish, familiar with augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices, and strives to always maintain quality, evidence-based services. At the end of the day, she loves helping patients find their voice! In her free time, Maesa is working on renovating her home, and enjoys hiking, painting nature, trying new restaurants, and meeting new people.
Andrew Grimball, CF-SLP
Speech Language Pathologist - Clinical Fellow
Andrew Grimball is a speech-language pathologist clinical fellow (CF-SLP) with a Master of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. After years working across a variety of industries in locations both stateside and abroad, he returned to studies in 2018 to pursue a passion for serving others that he now applies with respect to communication and developing interpersonal relationships. Another degree in library and information science hints at his love for books and literacy. To balance out all the fun he has working in pediatrics, he appreciates visiting parks and museums, having a nice conversation with friends over a cup of coffee, and spending time with family.