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Elaine Dolgin-Lieberman, MA, CCC-SLP

  • Name and credentials:

    Elaine Dolgin-Lieberman, MA, CCC-SLP

    Speech Language Pathologist
    CASANA Recognized for Advanced Training & Clinical Expertise in Childhood Apraxia of Speech
    Continuing Education (ACE) from ASHA – most recently awarded 2011


    Name of business/place of employment:
    Dolgin-Lieberman Speech Pathologists

    Employment Type:
    Private Practice, Professional Lecturer, Mercy College Communication Disorders Department

  • AREAS OF EXPERTISE

    Credential Level:
    Speech-EZ® Certified Practitioner

    Client Type:
    Pediatrics
    Adolescents with motor speech disorders.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
  • Location: New York

    62 Waller Avenue, Suite 102
    White Plains, New York 10605


    Phone: 914-523-9131
    Fax: 914-693-3158

    Email:
    Elaine Dolgin-Lieberman, MA, CCC-SLP
Biography


Email This Provider: Elaine Dolgin-Lieberman, MA, CCC-SLP

Elaine is a certified speech pathologist in a private practice specializing in pediatric motor speech disorders, with extensive experience working with children with Childhood Apraxia of Speech. She is an adjunct professor at Mercy College, Communication Disorders Department in Dobbs Ferry, NY and teaches a yearly elective on CAS.

She consults with preschool programs and assists staff speech pathologists in developing treatment plans to facilitate improvement in speech, feeding, and language. Elaine is the author of Communication Disorders in Children with Autism: Characteristics, Assessment and Treatment, in Autistic Spectrum Disorders in Children, edited by V. Gupta (2004). She has participated in research studies on Benign Rolandic Epilepsy, Speech Production, and Autistic Spectrum Disorders.