Educational Therapists

​​Geoffrey McGuinness is a 20+ years veteran teacher, teaching children with a broad variety of exceptionalities in grades one through twelve in private and public schools since 1992. Geoffrey is the co-author of Reading Reflex and How to Increase Your Child's Verbal Intelligence.  Geoffrey has addressed the International Dyslexia Society, the Scottish Dyslexia Society, Core Knowledge Foundation, and has consulted for the British Education Ministry. He has trained thousands of teachers in the Phono-Graphix and Language Wise methods in the US, Canada, and Great Britain, and taught hundreds of children to read in weekly and intensive reading therapy since 1994. 

Sheryl Schmucker is a thirty-five year veteran speech and language therapist providing training in articulation and pragmatics, as well as Phono-Graphic reading therapy. Sheryl has worked in special education centers and in public schools (K-12) as a Speech-Language Pathologist for 8 years, and has spent the last 26 years as a special education teacher in a K-5 multi-age classroom for students with varying language impairments. Sheryl has been a Phono-Graphix teacher trainer since 2001. In addition to her work with students, Sheryl has trained dozens of Seminole County teachers in the Phono-Graphix reading method.

Jeannette Del Valle is a Registered Behavior Technician and licensed Speech Language Pathology Assistant. Jeannette has worked in school, clinical, and in-home settings since 2014. 

Clinical Services


Carmen McGuinness, EdD, BCBA-D 

Dr. McGuinness is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst providing Attachment Focused Behavior Analytic treatment utilizing Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Dr. McGuinness works with children and their parents, as well as adults and couples. Areas of specialization include behaviors related to relationship difficulties, infidelity and betrayal trauma, panic disorder, generalized anxiety, non-clinical depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, separation anxiety, reactive attachment disorder, traumatic brain injury, and developmental disabilities.


New clients call 321-422-4171 to book.
Returning clients visit the link below to reschedule.

https://www.schedulicity.com/scheduling/CCFTAS