Welcome to the Georgia State University Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic website. Since 1975, the Clinic has been providing speech, language, and hearing help to Georgia State and the Atlanta community. The Clinic serves as a very important part of the educational program for graduate students in speech-language pathology. These students provide services only under the direct supervision of licensed and nationally certified speech-language pathologists and audiologists who are faculty members at Georgia State University.
The goal of the Clinic is to provide exceptionally high quality services to clients with a wide array of communication difficulties. We see individuals of all ages (1-90 years of age) for screenings, evaluations, and individual or small group therapy. In therapy, all clients have personalized goals designed to meet their communication needs. We have well-designed facilities and access to a wide selection of materials and technology for use in evaluation and therapy sessions. We also have well-equipped observation areas for family members.
If you have specific questions about our clinical program or the services we offer, feel free to call our office at 404-413-8044.
Debra Schober-Peterson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Board Recognized Specialist in Child Language