With over 20 years of experience working with expressive/receptive language delays/disorders and motor speech disorders, Kathryn has extensive experience working with children ages 0-5 years, school-age and the adult neurological population. Kathryn has developed clinical programs at regional hospitals and university clinics. Her work as an administrator and manager of these clinics has been widely praised by clients, patients, families, colleagues, and students alike. At present Kathryn is a Clinical Instructor at the State University of New Paltz.
Kathryn has a deep and abiding belief in restoring and honoring the integrity of communication, promoting compassionate and integrated communication within family and community systems. She is New York State licensed and certified by the American Speech and Hearing Association.
Cornelia McGiver, MSCCC-SLP
With over 20 years of experience working with expressive and receptive language delays/disorders and motor speech disorders Cornelia has experience teaching at the university level, and she has supervised Clinical Fellows. She has a deep and abiding belief in restoring and honoring the development and rehabilitation of meaningful communication. Cornelia founded an educational agency serving the birth to five-year old population. Further, through working with child psychologists and families she has developed a method of improving the communication skills of children with language delays and disorders. She continues to utilize this methodology and has taught it at the graduate and undergraduate levels.
Cornelia promotes compassionate and integrated communication within family and community systems. She is licensed through New York State and is certified by the American Speech and Hearing Association as a Speech Language Pathologist.