Resume of Stephanie Riviello, nee Weinberg, M.A., CCC-SLP ASHA-certified Speech-Language Pathologist

Stephanie Riviello, M.A., CCC-SLP
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054 USA
856.308.9884 (cell)
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Web: http://speech-language-pathologist.com/

Summary

Stephanie Riviello is an ASHA-certified speech-language pathologist. She received her master’s degree in speech-language pathology from the University of Maryland and a bachelor's degree in psychology from Brandeis University. She specializes in treating preschool-aged children with a variety of speech, language and feeding disorders.

Work Experience

Evesham Township Public School District, Marlton, NJ

Speech-Language Pathologist in Preschool Disabilities Program (September 2008–Present)

  • Provide individual and group speech and language therapy
  • Write speech and language IEPs

Communication Station Private Practice, Marlton, NJ

Speech-Language Pathologist (August 2007August 2008)

  • Provided speech, language and feeding therapy to children and young adults

University of Maryland

Research Assistant/Lab Manager - Aphasia Research Center (June 2005July 2006)

Worked under the direction of Yasmeen Shah, PhD studying agrammatic Broca’s aphasia

  • Managed lab members, maintained communication with participants, assisted with development of stimuli for studies
  • Conducted diagnostic evaluations for new participants with aphasia and gave therapy according to the protocol developed by Dr. Shah

University of Maryland

Research Assistant-Language Development Lab (August 2004May 2005)

  • Worked under the direction of Rochelle Newman, PhD
  • Conducted infant, child, and adult studies, as well as office responsibilities

Katz Jewish Community Center-Open Hearts Open Doors Summer Camp

Advocate for children with disabilities (Cherry Hill, NJ; Summer 2001, 2004)

  • Helped assimilate these children with other campers

Brandeis University

Research Assistant (January 2003May 2004)

  • Worked under the direction of Malcolm Watson, PhD
  • Studied pretend play and creativity in preschoolers

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

Research Assistant (May 2003July 2003)

  • Worked under the direction of Dr. Stephen Leff- Psychology Department
  • Administered tests to inner city schoolchildren as part of a violence prevention program for relationally aggressive girls
  • Data entry and analysis using SPSS and Excel

Clinical Experience

Suburban Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland

Graduate Clinician (January 2007May 2007)

  • Conducted evaluations and planned therapy for adults

Holiday Park Senior Center, Wheaton, Maryland

Graduate Clinician (February 2007April 2007)

  • Led a speachreading aural rehabilitation class for adults with hearing loss

Montgomery County Public Schools, Maryland
Maryvale Elementary School-Collaborative Autism Preschool Program (CAPP)

Graduate Clinician (August 2006December 2006)

  • Planned and conducted individual and group therapy sessions based on IEP goals
  • Used principles of verbal behavior and the Picture Exchange Communication System

Westover Elementary School-Preschool Language Program

Graduate Clinician/Classroom Teacher (August 2006December 2006)

  • Developed and implemented a language-based classroom curriculum

University of Maryland (UMD) Speech and Hearing Clinic, College Park, MD

Graduate Clinician (September 2005July 2006)

  • Developed and implemented individual and group therapy and conducted evaluations

University of Maryland-Language-Learning Early Advantage Program

Graduate Clinician/Classroom Teacher (January 2006May 2006)

  • Developed and implemented a language-based multi-sensory classroom curriculum

Education

University of Maryland, College Park, MD

MA Speech-Language Pathology (May 2007)

August 2004May 2007

Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

BA Psychology/Mathematics minor (May 2004)

August 2000May 2004

Research

Keep it Simple: Accelerating the Verb Learning Process

Master’s Thesis under the direction of Rochelle Newman, PhD

The Effect of Pretend Play on Creativity in Preschoolers

Original research subsequently presented by Weinberg, S., Watson, M., & Berler, J.

Honors

University of Maryland

Brandeis University