About Me

Erica Gosling, MA CCC-SLP

Speech and Language Pathologist

Hi! I'm Erica Gosling MA CCC-SLP. I am a licensed Speech Pathologist currently working in Sleepy Hollow, NY. I earned my graduate degree from New York University. I love helping children communicate and so created this website to share my ideas and products with you.

 

Enjoy and thanks for stopping by!

                 Erica

 

 

Featured Work

Check out some of my work in the ASHA Leader Live (American Speech and Language Association)

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Summer Regression 

How to avoid it!

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Eliciting the /r/ sound

Taking the pain out of therapy!

Featured Work

           Check out my posts on ASHA Leader Live: The official blog of the American Speech and Hearing Association (ASHA)

 

 

Summer Regression- How to Avoid it!

Eliciting the /r/ sound- taking the pain out of therapy!

What I do

A speech therapist (often called speech language-pathologist) helps evaluate, diagnose and treat disorders pertaining to language, speech, voice, feeding, swallowing, fluency, cognition and communication.

 

Speech therapists play many roles. Many people believe that speech therapists sole purpose is to teach individuals how to speak correctly. We often times counsel clients and their families on how to cope with the stress of diagnosis and provide accurate information that can benefit them.

 

Speech therapists often work with different populations such as pediatrics and geriatrics. Job settings can include but are not limited to schools, medical facilities, clinics, retirement homes, business offices, clients’ homes and private practices.

 

Often times, speech therapists serve as part of a “team,” working along side Occupational Therapists (OT), physical therapists (pt), physicians, social workers, psychologists and other professionals.

 

*Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2010-11 Edition, Speech-Language Pathologists, on the Internet athttp://www.bls.gov/oco/ocos099.htm (visited November 22, 2010).