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Susan M. Fosnot (Meyers)
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Last updated: 5/12/2017
Dr. Susan M. Fosnot (Meyers)
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Susan M. Fosnot, Ph.D.
Speech-Language Pathologist
5850 Canoga Avenue, 4th Floor
Woodland Hills
91367  United States
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818 884-9110 (Phone)
818 884-9110 (Fax)
  Fluency & Related Disorders
  Clinical Private Practice
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Additional Information
University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, Texas. Ph.D. degree in Communication Disorders.

University of Denver Colorado Seminary, Denver, Colorado. M.A. degree in Speech Pathology.

University of Denver Colorado Seminary, Denver, Colorado. B.A. degree in Speech Pathology & Audiology.
Social/Volunteer Organizations
Member, American Board of Fluency and Fluency Disorders; Chair, Training/Certification Committee for the International Fluency Association; Associate Editor, Journal of Fluency Disorders; Session Chair for ASHA & CSHA; Reviewer for journal manuscripts & books; Consultant on fluency grants; Advisor for the Stuttering Resource Foundation; Discussant SFA; Consultant for National Stuttering Project.
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SpeechFlare Technology (SFT) was developed in 2009 with the assistance of a colleague in physics and engineering. It is a prosodically-based approach to assist people in practicing intonation skills while verbalizing words, phrases, and sentences with proper cadence, affect, and emphasis on specific words/syllables in a sentence. SpeechFlare has been researched with a variety of speakers (multi-language speakers, normally-developing individuals, People Who Stutter, and clients with Autism Spectrum Disorders). Treatment efficacy studies have recently been completed and results are being submitted for publication. SpeechFlare is based on phonetics, speech science, acoustics, and other state of the art technologies to enhance speech production. The instruction incorporates principles of how sounds are viewed by phoneticians, speech scientists, and speech language pathologists.