Elizabeth A. Rosenzweig
PhD CCC-SLP LSLS Cert. AVT
Speech-Language Pathologist. Auditory Verbal Therapist. Mentor. Speaker. Academic. Listener.
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Elizabeth A. Rosenzweig PhD CCC-SLP LSLS Cert. AVT is a speech-language pathologist and Listening and Spoken Language Specialist, Certified Auditory Verbal Therapist. She provides therapy services to children with hearing loss and their families around the world via teletherapy, mentors other professionals, and presents and consults worldwide. Dr. Rosenzweig is an Assistant Professor of Practice and Director of the Edward D. Mysak Clinic for Communication Disorders at Teachers College, Columbia University. Her research interests include culturally responsive auditory verbal practice, trauma-informed care, and personnel preparation.
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- A Cheerleader, Not a TaskmasterI have had so many therapy sessions where parents begin the conversation by apologizing. “I’m so sorry, we just didn’t get a chance to practice this week.” “I feel awful, he’s not wearing his hearing aids as often as I know he should.” “I’m sorry, there just wasn’t a chance to read together last night.”Continue reading “A Cheerleader, Not a Taskmaster”
- A Swing and a MissWhen your child suddenly spouts out a new word, sound, or sentence type, it’s a cause for celebration! How exciting — they’ve learned something new! And then… it disappears. You try to tell your spouse or friend or therapist about this new accomplishment and get your child to show off their new skill and… nothing.Continue reading “A Swing and a Miss”
- Paint Chips and Auditory DiscriminationYou never know how many shades of “white” there are until you want to paint a room. You head to the hardware store looking for white paint — normal, plain, white paint — and are confronted with dozens of options. Eggshell. Polar Bear. Frost. Antique White. Vibrant White. To the untrained eye, they look virtuallyContinue reading “Paint Chips and Auditory Discrimination”
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Elizabeth’s efforts are tireless. She has been the singular most valuable person I have encountered in our hearing loss journey.Carrie, Parent
I loved the PRACTICAL information. I often participate in PD by researchers. While I love hearing about the research, the practical is what I need. Your energy is contagious!Taylor, Presentation Attendee