Welcome Genna Hall!

February 22, 2019
Carl Herder, M.A., CCC-SLP, BCS-F
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We are excited to announce another addition to the American Institute for Stuttering. Genna Hall, M.A., CCC-SLP has joined our Atlanta office. Read below to learn a bit about Genna, who is now seeing clients on Saturdays.

Genna Hall, M.A., CCC-SLP Genna is honored to join the AIS team in Atlanta. Throughout her graduate school experience and career as a Speech-Language Pathologist, Genna has been inspired by many individuals in the stuttering community who are courageous in facing their fears.5 things you should know about Genna:

  • As an Atlanta native, she graduated from Emory University with a degree in Psychology.
  • She obtained a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Texas at Austin, where she received extensive training in assessment and treatment of stuttering.
  • While living in Austin, she was the leader of the National Stuttering Association (NSA) Kids Chapter. She also co-founded the NSA Atlanta Family Chapter and is currently one of the leaders of this growing support group.
  • As a school-based Speech-Language Pathologist who has worked with pre-school through middle school students, she is passionate about helping young people develop their communication abilities, regardless of the challenges they may face.
  • She loves yoga and meditation, traveling to new places in the U.S. and abroad, and spending time outdoors hiking.

--The American Institute for Stuttering is a leading non-profit organization whose primary mission is to provide universally affordable, state-of-the-art speech therapy to people of all ages who stutter, guidance to their families, and much-needed clinical training to speech professionals wishing to gain expertise in stuttering. Offices are located in New York, NY and Atlanta, GA, and services are also available Online. Our mission extends to advancing public and scholarly understanding of this often misunderstood disorder.

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