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Meet Gwen

Gwen is a New Jersey licensed and ASHA certified Speech Language Pathologist.  She completed her bachelor’s degree from James Madison University and received her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Seton Hall University. Gwen has experience working in a variety of settings with a variety of ages from birth to adults. She treats a wide spectrum of needs including expressive and receptive language, pragmatic/social skills, articulation and phonology, augmentative and alternative speech devices, hearing loss, memory, comprehension,

Gwenyth Schiller, M.S. CCC-SLP
Owner and Speech-Language Pathologist

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and literacy. Gwen has worked directly with the special needs population for 10+ years. In addition to her extensive professional experience, Gwen is also a sister to an adult with Down syndrome. She is passionate about forming strong relationships with her clients and providing high-quality services to individuals and families with special needs.

 

Gwen believes in lifelong learning and continues to stay up to date with the current research and evidence-based practices to best support the individuals she works with. In addition to all her experiential knowledge, Gwen is trained in Lindamood Bell Visualizing and Verbalizing, DIR Floortime, Wilson Reading Program, Play-based therapy techniques, Dysphagia management, Lindamood Bell Talkies, and Social Thinking.

 

When Gwen is not working with clients, she enjoys hiking, baking, dancing, & spending time with her friends and family!

TESTIMONIALS

"After searching for some time to find the right speech therapist to help us, we absolutely hit the jackpot with Gwen! She quite literally gave our daughter the gift of speech, and for that, we will be forever grateful!"

-Parent

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Meet Sarah

Sarah is a New Jersey licensed and ASHA certified Speech Language Pathologist.  She completed her bachelor’s degree in Public Health and Administration from The College of Charleston and received her master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Seton Hall University. 

 

Sarah has experience working in a variety of settings with a variety of ages. She treats a wide spectrum of needs including expressive and receptive language, pragmatic/social skills, articulation, and phonology. She specializes in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), motor speech disorders, and

Sarah Brown, M.S. CCC-SLP
Speech-Language Pathologist

working with neurodivergent individuals. She is passionate about autism research, disability rights, and advocacy in the field of SLP.

 

Sarah believes in lifelong learning and continues to stay up to date with the current research and evidence-based practices to best support the individuals she works with. In addition to all her experiential knowledge, Sarah is a Level 1 PROMPT clinician, DIR Floortime Level 1, and is trained in Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding. In addition to these trainings, Sarah has received additional training in the areas of Sensory Integration and Sensory Processing. 

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Gwenyth Schiller, M.S. CCC-SLP

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973-283-5664

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Morris and Essex County, NJ

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