Karin Wexler, Ph.D. CCC-SLP BRS-Sestablished a Fluency Evaluation and Treatment Program and Stuttering Clinic within the Mysak Clinic in 1988. She specializes in assessing, treating, and preventing fluency disorders in preschoolers, school-aged children, and adults. Dr. Wexler is a Board-Recognized Specialist (BRS-FD) and Mentor in fluency disorders. She holds the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association’s (ASHA) Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (CCC-SLP) and state licenses in NY, NJ, and CT. As a frequent presenter on stuttering, stuttering therapy, and self-help, Dr. Wexler addresses SLPs, other professionals, and the public. Dr. Wexler is an Adjunct Associate Professor in the Program, having received an honorary appointment in 1985. She received her Ph.D. in SLP at Columbia University in 1978, specializing in stuttering and fluency development. She also holds MA and MPh degrees in SLP from Teachers College. Both academic and clinical courses in assessment, treatment, and prevention of fluency disorders are taught by Dr. Wexler. She has been teaching graduate courses on these topics since 1978 (at Teachers College and New York University). Published and grant-funded research by Dr. Wexler has been in fluency development, stuttering, and in communication of non-speaking individuals. Dr. Wexler was Director of the Speech and Hearing Department at Helen Hayes Hospital, W. Haverstraw, NY, for many years. Before that, she worked as a SLP at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Paterson, NJ. In these positions, she acquired extensive experience with a wide range of disorders and close interdisciplinary work.