Meet Our Team
" Like arrows in the hands of a warrior are the children of one’s youth. Blessed is the man who fills his quiver with them."
This particular scripture runs deep in our souls for a multitude of reasons. When we are blessed with becoming parents, natural or otherwise, we instinctively want what is best for our children. We raise them the best that we know how, even when we feel that our best is falling short.
Our children are our arrows, just as your children are yours. As caregivers and guardians, we all strive to help our children “stay sharp, find their mark, and go chase their dreams”. In return, they provide us with strength, security, and love. We become mightier in their presence, much like the skillful archer with a full quiver.
At 3 Arrows, we have come to realize that our “arrows” reach far beyond the home. We are blessed that our personal arrows include our children, the children whom we have been fortunate enough to serve, and all of the families that have allowed us on their journey. The number 3 holds special meaning for us, as it symbolizes each of our own 3 children, as well as the therapeutic relationship among the child, the family, and the therapist.
We are elated to continue filling our quiver. We hope that you will grant us the opportunity to equip your family with support for your own arrow to hit their mark.
~Kaylee and Brie
Since graduating from SIUE with her Masters degree in speech-language pathology in 2011, Brie has spent her career specializing in communication of the birth-3 population within the Early Intervention program. She has completed postgraduate training in the areas of feeding and orofacial myofunctional therapies. After enduring hardships and experiencing successes nursing her own children, Brie pursued another passion and became a Lactation Education Consultant. She brings extensive experience from Early Intervention and applies a parent-coaching model to therapy sessions. Brie is committed to providing the best care to her patients. She is an advocate for building teams with families, empowering them to be well-prepared and confident in their journey.
In addition to being a dedicated therapist, Brie is a wife, mother of 3 children
(hence the 3 arrows), US Veteran, and lover of nature. She enjoys her family, camping, decaf coffee with cream, traveling, and cherished beach trips.
Brienne Cason, MS, CCC-SLP, LEC
Kaylee is a 2013 graduate from SIUE with a Masters degree in speech-language pathology. After graduating, she quickly began devoting her career to the pediatric population. Kaylee started her career working in the public school system where she served the Kindergarten thru 5th grade population. Soon she began working in the private therapy setting where she discovered her passion for orofacial myofunctional therapy. While personally experiencing breastfeeding with her own children, Kaylee answered a calling to become a certified lactation counselor. She is specialized in the evaluation and treatment of: orofacial myofunctional disorders, feeding disorders, tethered oral tissues (lip, tongue, and cheek ties), and lactation difficulties. She has a passion for looking at a child holistically - investigating and treating the cause(s) and not just the symptoms. Kaylee enjoys bonding with the children and families that she serves, and emphasizes open-communication and hard work to
assist with achieving each child’s full potential.
Kaylee works hard and plays hard. She is described as a continuing education junkie. Outside of her career, she enjoys the outdoors with her husband and 3 children, coffee, dark chocolate, and reading.