Speech Therapist / Audiologist
Dina Lilian qualified as a Speech Therapist and Audiologist Cum Laude in 2002 at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa and subsequently completed a Masters Degree in Speech Therapy Cum Laude in 2005. She was the Head of the Speech Therapy Department at South Rand Hospital for nine years and simultaneously opened the Stuttering Clinic at Donald Gordon Medical Centre in 2007. Dina re-established Speakeasy, the Self Help Group for People Who Stutter, in 2001 and is the South African representative for the ISA (International Stuttering Association) and ICA (International Cluttering Association). Dina has attended numerous international conferences and workshops about stuttering and has been invited to speak at a number of international and national conferences. She also contributes to radio shows on topic in her areas of expertise and has written several articles about stuttering. She currently lectures at the University of the Witwatersrand on the topic of Fluency Disorders and provides Clinical Supervision to Undergraduates. She also has a private practice and is based at the Donald Gordon Medical Centre and at the Norwood Therapy Centre.
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|Bullying, Teasing & Discipline: A Speech Therapist’s / Stutterer’s Perspective||closed|