About June

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Education

M.A. Northwestern University
         Speech-Language Pathology

B.S. University of Wisconsin-Madison
          Speech Pathology

Professional Experience

Private Practice
A wide range of communication disorders in individuals of all ages.

Northwestern University, Faculty
Senior Lecturer and Clinical Supervisor: 
•  Education of Graduate and Undergraduate Students
•  Clinical Advisement of Graduate Students
•  Clinical Supervision of Graduate Students

Illinois Public Schools, Speech-Language Pathologist
•  Regular Education
•  Physically Impaired Self-Contained Classroom
•  Language Impaired Self-Contained Classroom

Credentials

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association:
•  Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology
•  Board Recognized Specialist-Fluency Disorders –
member of initial cadre of specialists

Memberships

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 
Special Interest Groups:
•  Language Learning and Education 
•  Fluency Disorders 
•  School-Based Issues 
•  Voice and Voice Disorders  
•  Telepractice

California Speech-Language-Hearing Association
International Dyslexia Association
International Fluency Association

Contributions throughout a twenty-three year tenure at Northwestern University

•  Integrated theoretical knowledge with clinical training for graduate students, emphasizing critical thinking skills throughout the evaluation and treatment process
•   Directed the Program for School-Age Children With Fluency Disorders, including weekly parent group sessions; integration of parents, siblings and significant others into the treatment process; and ongoing consultation with school personnel.
•  Directed comprehensive Diagnostic Evaluation Clinics
•  Guided and supervised treatment programs of children and adults with a wide variety of speech and language disorders
•  Advised graduate students in developing clinical practicum programs  
•  Co-taught courses on Stuttering and Fluency Disorders
•  Provided clinical lectures in Articulation and Phonological Disorders classes.
•  Co-taught an international two-week seminar, Stuttering Therapy: Workshop for Specialists  from 1986 through 2001, co-sponsored by the Stuttering Foundation and Northwestern University
•  Made presentations throughout the United States and in England, France, Germany, Italy, and Brazil
•  Co-authored the book Stuttering Therapy: Rationale and Procedures with colleagues Hugo H. Gregory, Ph.D., Diane G. Hill, M.A., and Carolyn Gregory, M.A.
•  Provided instructional lectures to Speech-Language Pathology support personnel, Chicago Board of Education.

Ongoing Contributions

•  Member and Treasurer, Board of Directors of the Specialty Board on Fluency Disorders, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
•  2011-present:  Faculty, Camp Shout Out, Pioneer Trails Camp, Montague, Michigan. Camp Shout Out (formerly Camp Speak Up) is a week-long residential educational experience for speech-language pathologists to develop problem-solving skills when working with school-age children with disfluency problems in a recreational camp setting.
•  2010, Co-Director Camp Speak-Up, Lake Zurich, Illinois, developed by Kristin Chmela, M.A., CCC-SLP
•  Representative of the Stuttering Foundation since 1993 at the American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Conference as well as at other medical and educational conferences.
•  Narrator on two Stuttering Foundation educational DVDs.