Amber Zielinski, MS, CCC-SLP
Amber earned her Master of Science Degree in Communication Disorders at Boston University’s Sargent College in 1997. Amber has worked in the schools (public, private, inner-city and alternative), pediatric rehabilitation, research, hospitals and private practice. She loves working with any child with a communication disorder. Her specialties include autism, apraxia, pragmatic language impairments (social skills), and childhood articulation and language disorders. She has been trained in a variety of therapy approaches for children with autism under Barry Prizant ~ SCERTS, Tamara Kasper ~ Verbal Shaping, Michelle Garcia Winner ~ Social Thinking, and Ross Greene ~ Collaborative Proactive Solutions. Amber has also found an interest in evaluating myofunctional disorders. In 2018, Amber co-presented (with Amy Svensson and Toddie) a Poster Session at the ASHA National Convention in Boston, MA. During her time, with Susan Cohn and Associates, she has been an amazing Supervisor and Mentor to Graduate Student clinicians sharing her skills and expertise as well as continuing to learn from our wonderful students. She holds an ASHA certification and a WA state license in speech-language pathology.
She enjoys hiking, triathlons and spending time with her husband, 2 children, 2 dogs and a guinea pig!
“I love being a speech-language pathologist because I love making a difference in the life of a child by helping them communicate more effectively!” ~ Amber