Julie Shulman M.S. CCC-SLP is an associate at Schneider Speech Pathology. She specializes in stuttering therapy and working with adults and their families after having suffered a traumatic brain injury. Julie is known for her ability to motivate individuals and is especially sensitive toward the overall psycho-social impact of stuttering and communication difficulties. She earned her Bachelor's Degree in English Linguistics from the University of Bar-Ilan in Israel and received her her Master's Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Emerson College in Boston, MA. Julie also participated in the New England Fluency program with Boston University.
Julie is a member of the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA), the Israeli Speech-Language and Hearing Association, the International Society of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC) and is an affiliate of the Aphasia Access organization. In 2016, she participated in the annual Eastern Workshop hosted by the Stuttering Foundation of America. Julie presented at the 2016 ASHA convention in Philadelphia, PA (“What SLP’s really need to know about aphasia”) and she lectured at the 2015 ISAAC conference in Israel. She has also lectured at various Universities for Speech-Language pathology students on how to be an effective therapist in this field. In addition, she lectures in Synagogues, religious centers and schools on how an individual with various speech limitations can practice Judaism. One of her goals is to bring awareness of speech difficulties to the general population.
Julie specializes in stuttering, voice, articulation, and aphasia therapy for a various ages. She works with dedication providing her clients and their families with the strategies for successful communication in their homes and in their lives.
Julie is fluent in both English and Hebrew.
Julie enjoys ocean swimming, hiking, and skiing. She lives in Raanana, Israel with her husband and three children.