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Audiology New Jersey

Stephanie Vissichelli, MS, CCC-SLP

Speech-Language Pathologist

Stephanie Vissichelli

Stephanie Vissichelli earned her Master of Science Degree in Communication Disorders from William Paterson University and her Bachelor of Science Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from the Pennsylvania State University.

She has experience working with both pediatric and adult populations in the following settings: private schools (Summit Speech School), public schools (Morris-Union Jointure Commission (MUJC) Developmental Learning Center (DLC)), and inpatient care (Overlook Medical Center). She has worked with individuals exhibiting a variety of disorders including but not limited to: aphasia, apraxia, articulation, autism spectrum disorders, dysarthria, fluency, expressive/receptive/pragmatic language, and multiply disabled. Stephanie has collaborated with audiologists, physicians, teachers, physical and occupational therapists to provide the most comprehensive care to her patients.

Stephanie has conducted social skills groups and has experience working with low tech and high tech Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices. She has Level 1 training in PROMPT Technique, a multidimensional approach to speech production, which combines the physical-sensory aspects of motor performance with cognitive-linguistic and social-emotional aspects. Stephanie’s passion is assisting individuals in communicating their thoughts and needs effectively. 

Stephanie holds the Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech Language Association (ASHA), State of New Jersey licensure in the field of Speech Language Pathology, and Speech Language Specialist certification from the New Jersey Department of Education. She is a member of the New Jersey Speech Language Hearing Association (NJSHA). 



Speech & Hearing Associates remains open during the COVID-19 pandemic as we are considered an essential healthcare practice. We will continue to provide in office services as well as telehealth services to all of our speech and audiology patients during this time.