Education and Experience
Rachel V. Guidry obtained a Master's Degree from Louisiana State University in 2001.  She completed her clinical fellowship year at the New Orleans Speech & Hearing Center.  After returning to Baton Rouge, she worked in the private practice setting and traveled to various schools, day cares and Head Start Centers in the area.  Rachel served an international school from 2008 to 2016, learning how speech, language and reading interventions affect foreign language learners.  

Currently, Rachel V. Guidry is the sole proprietor of a private practice, providing on-site services in private school and childcare settings.  Rachel evaluates and treats students with communication disorders of all grades, preschool through high school.  Additionally she educates parents and teachers on various speech-language disorders and how to help their children or students succeed.  

ASHA Member
LSHA Member
Rachel V. Guidry joined local speech-language pathologists and audiologists by becoming a member of the Louisiana Speech-Langauge Hearing Association in 1997.   Together, they make effective communication accessible and achievable for all in the state of Louisiana.
Rachel V. Guidry has been a certified member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association since 2002.  She holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence.  
IDA Member
Rachel V. Guidry is a member of the International Dyslexia Association, partnering with dyslexics, their families and all others interested in the Association's mission. 

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Rachel V. Guidry is an independent liscensee of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association.