Linda Bejoian
MS, CCC-SLP

Linda Bejoian has over thirty years of professional experience as a certified speech pathologist.


Through her private practice on the Upper East Side in Manhattan, she has gained expertise in treating a variety of speech and language disorders. 

 

Education:

  • Master of Science at Rutgers, The State University

  • Bachelor of Arts at The State University at New York Buffalo

  • Central School of Speech and Drama  London, England

 

Credentials:

  • Clinical Supervisor: Responsible for training graduate students from numerous prestigious  graduate schools

  • Bejoian, L., Gordon, B., Juska, J., O'Grady, J., Pullara, O., & Thorne, J. (2005). Achieving Speech Production in a Nonverbal Adolescent with Autism. Department of Neurology, Cognitive Neurology, Neuropsychology, John Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore, MD. 

  • Founder and Developer: The Language Garden School 

  • Programs use a thematic approach specialized for 3-5 year-olds 

  • Former Adjunct Clinical Instructor: Tufts University School of Pediatric Dentistry 

  • Workshop Presenter for Dentists and Speech Pathologists: Columbia, Harvard, and Boston University 

  • Creator of "Mr. Wizard's Thumbs Out", Educational video designed to help 3-8 year olds stop thumb sucking.                                                                                  

    • "The video was very well done and the message was very clear. There is no doubt that it would be useful in assisting children with this particular problem." - Anthi Tsamtsouris, D.M.D.M.S. Assistant Chairwoman, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Tufts University 

  • Prompt Certified 

  • Expertise in treating children with oral motor problems, as well as PDD

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