Offers virtual services
Alexandra Stahl
Speech Pathologist
Kensington, Maryland
11 years of experience
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About me

Alexandra “Ally” Stahl is a speech-language pathologist with 10 years of experience working with the pediatric population. After earning her masters at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, she completed her clinical fellowship at an early intervention practice in Raleigh, NC. She spent the next nine years as a pediatric speech-language pathologist at Children’s National Hospital. Ally has experience diagnosing and treating mixed receptive-expressive language disorders, expressive language delays, and higher-order language disorders. She specializes in pediatric speech sound disorders including childhood apraxia of speech and phonological disorders. Ally is trained in Dynamic Temporal and Tactile Cueing (DTTC) and PROMPT. She is recognized by Apraxia Kids and the Once Upon a Time Foundation as a speech-language pathologist with additional training required for diagnosing and treating childhood apraxia of speech. Ally was also a part of the Velopharyngeal Insufficiency (VPI) clinic at Children’s National, assessing and treating hypernasal resonance associated with VPI. While Ally’s experience has predominantly been with pediatric speech and language disorders, she has additional training targeting accent modification with adults.

Education

Masters of Science (2011)

Certification and training

Speech-Language Pathologist (2011)

Memberships and affiliations

American Speech-Language and Hearing Association

Credentials
CCC-SLP
Specialties
Adolescent Care Evidence-Based Care Evidence-Based Therapy Telehealth Toddlers Tweens
Languages

English

Service introduction

Stahl Speech and Language Therapy offers evaluations and therapy to individuals with the following diagnoses or suspected diagnoses: Childhood apraxia of speech; Articulation and phonological disorders; Expressive and receptive language disorders; Higher order language disorders; Velopharyngeal Insufficiency (VPI); Accent modification.