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Teresa Kiernan

Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders Clinical Educator: Ladge Speech and Hearing Center & NTTA

B.A., Providence College M.A., Hofstra University


Teresa L. Kiernan is a certified and licensed speech-language pathologist who serves as a clinical educator at The Ladge Speech and Hearing Center, as well as an Assistant Professor within the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at LIU Post. Her clinical background is in adults with specialty areas in neurogenic disorders and voice disorders. She has experience evaluating and treating adults across the continuum of healthcare and is trained in Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing (FEES), Modified Barium Swallow Impairment Profile (MBSImP) and SPEAK OUT! She also has several year of experience in clinical supervision and adjunct teaching.


Adult neurogenic disorders, voice disorders, supervision 

Lectures and Presentations

ASHA SIG 3 Webinar: Therapy for Presbyphonia: Keep Boomers Booming, April 2020

SoulCycle Presentation: Vocal Care for Group Fitness Instructors, August 2018-Present, Quarterly

Betches Media: Care of the Professional Voice, February 2019

ASHA Lecture: Treat Yourself: Self-Care for the Speech Language Pathologist, October 2018

ASHA Poster: Collaborative Goals for Individuals with Acquired Brain Injury, October 2018


Distinguished Early Career Professional Certificate, ASHA 2020

Award for Continuing Education (ACE), ASHA 2019, 2021

American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA)