Licensed and certified speech and language pathologist
Dale Klein, MA, CCC-SLP is a licensed and certified Speech and Language Pathologist. A native New Yorker, Dale received her BS from SUNY @ Geneseo, her MA from California State University Long Beach, and her post graduate certification from the University of California Irvine.
Starting out as a healthcare professional, Dale has worked in both clinical and managerial capacities. Prior to establishing her private practice, she worked as a Practice Manager for Kaiser Permanente Northeast, overseeing their largest internal medicine department, and ultimately was recruited as their Y2K Biomedical Project Manager, spanning four states. She is an Adjunct Professor at two local community colleges where she has taught voice and diction, and foreign accent reduction.
In 1994, Dale established her private practice, Speech Matters, where she specializes in corporate communication strategies. Additionally, Dale has written articles for local newspapers and professional trade magazines.
Her most recent undertaking is having completed co-authoring a self-help book on communication skills for couples, titled: Marriage Magic! Find It, Keep It, Make It Last.
- Presentation skills and public speaking
- Voice coaching
- Interviewing techniques
- Interpersonal dynamics
- Foreign accent reduction
- Networking skills
- Meeting facilitation