Isabella Reichel, EdD, CCC-SLP/A, TSHH, BCS-F, ASHA Fellow
School of Health Sciences
Dr. Isabella K. Reichel is a professor in the Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology. She is an ASHA Fellow and the recipient of the Deso Weiss Award for Excellence in the Field of Cluttering, sponsored by the Stuttering Foundation. She is a New York licensed and ASHA-certified speech-language pathologist and audiologist, as well as a Board-certified specialist in Fluency Disorders. She received her Higher Degree in Speech Pathology from Sloviansk State Pedagogical University, Ukraine; her M.A. from City University/CUNY, and her Doctorate in Education from Nova Southeastern University. She has been specializing in the treatment of stuttering and cluttering for over four decades. In her capacity as the Chair of the International Representatives Committee of the International Cluttering Association (ICA), Dr. Reichel conducts international surveys and leads international collaborative initiatives in research and seminars at international congresses and conferences. Her articles and chapters on topics relating to stuttering, cluttering, and stigma regarding people with fluency disorders have been published nationally and internationally. She co-authored a textbook entitled Cluttering: Current Views on Its Nature, Assessment, and Treatment, which has been translated into Japanese and Lithuanian. She is also a co-author of a forthcoming book, An Introduction to Cluttering: A Practical Guide for Speech-Language Pathology Students, Clinicians, and Researchers (Routledge).
- Ed.D., Nova Southeastern University