Karin B Wexler
Columbia University, 1978
M.Ph., Speech Pathology,
Teachers College, Columbia University, 1977
M.A., Speech Pathology,
Teachers College, Columbia University, 1971
F.M., (equivalent to M.A.), English, German, Pedagogy,
Uppsala Universitet, Sweden, 1968
Summer Course Certificate, German,
Ruprecht-Karl Universitat, Heidelberg, Germany, 1966
Certificate of Attendance, English,
University of Leicester, England, 1965
Effectiveness of stuttering therapy
Communication of non-speaking individuals with and without communication devices
Wexler, K.B. Self-help mutual aid and freedom of speech. Publication of keynote address given at Speak Easy International Symposium, Saddle Brook, NJ, May 2004. Speak Easy Newsletter, 2004, 24, 2, 5-12; 2004, 24, 3, 3-4.
Wexler, K.B. Defining your personal goals, and representing progress toward them as sun rays. Publication of workshop given at Speak Easy International Symposium, Montvale, NJ, April 1999. Speak Easy Newsletter, 2001, 21, 1, 4-8.
Wexler, K.B. Stuttering in children and adolescents, Part III: Therapy. Emergency and Office Pediatrics, 1997, 10, 14-19. Reprinted with permission on The Speak Easy Newsletter, 1997, 17, 2, and on www.stutteringhomepage.com.
Wexler, K.B. Stuttering in children and
adolescents, Part I. Emergency and Office Pediatrics, 1996, 9,
73-76. Reprinted with permission on The Speak Easy Newsletter, 1997, 17,
2, 4-5, 8, and on www.stutteringhomepage.com.
Wexler, K.B. Stuttering in children and adolescents, Part II: Evaluation. Emergency and Office Pediatrics, 1996, 9, 147-150. Reprinted with permission on The Speak Easy Newsletter, 1997, 17, 4, 3-6; and on www.stutteringhomepage.com.
BBSQ 5114: Stuttering and other fluency disorders
Prerequisite: An introductory course in speech pathology. The nature of stuttering and other fluency disorders. Study of assessment, remediation, and prevention.
BBSQ 5336: Therapy Practicum: Stuttering clinic
Prerequisite: BBSQ 5114 or equivalent. Observation and discussion of assessment, remediation, and prevention of fluency disorders. Special fee $150.
Centers and Projects
Edward D. Mysak Clinic for Communication Disorders
The Edward D. Mysak Clinic for Communication Disorders is an integral part of the graduate training program in speech and language pathology at Teachers College. The Clinic offers a wide range of diagnostic and therapeutic services to individuals of all ages with communication disorders.
Services are provided by program faculty and supervisory staff who hold national and state certification in their respective areas. Qualified graduate students provide or assist in the provision of these services under the direct supervision of the faculty and staff.
The graduate program in Speech and Language Pathology at Teachers College is accredited by the Council on Academic Accreditation of the American Speech Language and Hearing Association. Academic concentrations leading to certifications include the Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD) and the Bilingual Extension to the TSSLD, both of which are registered with the New York State Education Department.