Speech-Language Pathologists

As Speech/Language Pathologists, we help people identify and manage their speech and language challenges.

From a toddler learning to understand their first word to a professional conveying complex ideas to co-workers at a meeting, the acquisition and use of speech and language is complex.  Effective communication means that speech and language enhances, and does not interfere with daily living. We help children and adults understand and use their communication strengths to achieve their academic and professional goals.

Speech-Language Pathologists in our practice

Kai Long

Speech Pathologist

Speech/Language Pathologist, Kai Long

My clients range from preschool age children to professional adults who may not realize they have a speech or language challenge to those diagnosed with disorders, such as stuttering, dyslexia, Asperger Syndrome, ADHD, and other language-based learning disorders.

Twenty years of experience has taught me to use a holistic approach that  identifies the problem through assessments, taps into special interests, fosters a “growth mindset,” and uses scientifically based interventions.

As a Boston University educated, licensed and certified Speech-Language Pathologist I continue to train to address the needs of my clients. I have participated in private study groups with other professionals, supervised students, engaged in peer mentoring, taken a range of courses, and worked as a LifeMap Coach for the Asperger’s Association of New England.

Other interests include: Camping, listening to classical music, biking, reading, traveling the world, and painting.

Dorian Sobel

Speech-Language Pathologist

Speech/Language Pathologist, Dorian Sobel

Dorian Sobel, M.A. CCC-SLP is a Massachusetts licensed and ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist who specializes in working with children as young as 18 months of ages to school age children. In addition, she  has experience working with adults diagnosed with a variety of communication challenges.

I specialize in treating children who have articulation and language disorders, executive function and cognitive-communication challenges, and acquired brain injuries. Through years of work in the educational setting, I have built a solid understanding of the foundational skills necessary for success at all levels, including high school.  I firmly believe that clients can learn and grow when they are given the right tools. My work focuses on creating a positive environment where clients experience success while creating systems to develop independence.


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