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NYU Steinhardt Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic

Communicative Sciences and Disorders

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About the Clinic

The New York University Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic is a graduate-training facility within the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders. Our clinic supports individuals across the lifespan with a range of communication needs. We provide screenings, evaluations, and intervention services in the areas of speech, language, hearing, voice, and stuttering in individual and group settings.

The clinic offers bilingual services and maintains culturally-responsive practices. Faculty deliver comprehensive clinical education and supervision to graduate student clinicians to prepare them for state licensure and national certification in the field of speech-language pathology. 

Our clinic does not discriminate against any client based on race, creed, color, age, religion, sexual orientation, veteran status, gender, gender identity, national origin, or disability.



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Clinical Services

  • Accent modification 

  • Acquired apraxia of speech

  • Aphasia

  • Autism spectrum disorders

  • Childhood apraxia of speech

  • Developmental delay

 

  • Dysarthria

  • Hearing impairment

  • Language delay (late talker)

  • Language disorders

  • Primary progressive aphasia

  • Social Skills

 

  • Speech sound disorder (articulation and phonology)

  • Stuttering/cluttering

  • Traumatic brain Injury

  • Voice disorders

  • Voice modification

We also offer group sessions for:

Adult Stuttering

A weekly therapy and support group for adults who stutter who wish to explore their relationship with stuttering and change this relationship if they choose to.

Aphasia

This support group is an opportunity for clients with aphasia – a language disorder that is caused by damage to the brain – to practice their communication skills.

Transgender Voice and Communication

This monthly group supports transgender individuals to achieve their authentic voices in a safe, nurturing environment and facilitate modifications toward self-selected communication goals.

Discussion

Book an Appointment

Contact our Clinic Director, Alicia Morrison, MA, CCC-SLP to schedule an appointment.

Phone: 212-998-5230
Email: nyuspeechclinic@nyu.edu

We are located at 665 Broadway, Suite 900, in downtown Manhattan, easily accessible by the 6, B, D, F, M, W, and R trains.  

Please note: We do not accept any non-NYU students for observation or internships. These types of requests will not receive responses.
 

Online Payment

If you are a current client and would like to pay for your services electronically, please fill out the form below.

 

Online Payment Form