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“Dr. Schneider is dedicated to improving the lifestyle of individuals who stutter. He cares for the whole person with a broad range of therapy options and coping strategies. He believes that it is their feelings and needs which count.”
— Annie Bradberry, Executive Director, National Stuttering Association

פיל שניידר

פרופ׳ פיל שניידר, Ed.D. CCC-SLP הינו השותף המייסד של דיבור שניידר. מוכר כמטפל ומורה אמן, הוא כבר מתאמן והוראה במשך 30 שנים. הוא מחזיק בתואר פרופסור אמריטוס להפרעות בתקשורת בקווינס קולג '.

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Phil Schneider

Phil Schneider, Ed.D. CCC-SLP is the founding partner of Schneider Speech Pathology. Recognized as a master clinician and teacher, he has been practicing and teaching for over 30 years. He holds the title of Professor Emeritus of Communication Disorders at Queens College.

Phil has been honored with the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association Distinguished Clinician Award, the New York City Speech-Language- Hearing Association Professional Achievement Award, and the Queens College Award for Excellence in Teaching. In 2004 he was named the Speech Pathologist of the Year by the National Stuttering Association, and in 2006 he was awarded the highest Honors of the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Phil is a spokesperson for the Stuttering Foundation of America and has appeared on NBC, ABC and WOR-TV; he has presented more than 200 inspirational and innovative seminars across the United States and around the world.

The first documentary film he produced, “Transcending Stuttering: The Inside Story” aired on PBS Channel 13 in 2004, it has been viewed (free) online by tens-of-thousands of people worldwide, and it has become a valuable part of graduate course study nationwide. The second film is a sequel to the first, “Going with the Flow: A Guide to Transcending Stuttering.” His other publications include basic vocal physiology as well as applied clinical topics related to voice disorders, stuttering and principles of therapeutic change.

He continues to be active in developing new media projects to increase advocacy, understanding and the quality of care for people who stutter.

He enjoys roller-blading, hiking and spending time with his family (wife, sons and grandchildren.)