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Meet Susan Ginley
Meet Susan Ginley

 

Contact Information

PSU Speech & Hearing Sciences 

Office: UCB 430F 
sginley@pdx.edu  | (503) 725-3546

Areas of Expertise

Adult Neurogenic Communication Disorders
Group Therapy
Accent Reduction Therapy
Student Pre-Clinical Learning
Student Mentoring 

Education

M.A., Communication Disorders & Sciences, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon
B.A., Communication Disorders & Sciences, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon

Courses

SPHR 550 Advanced Speech Disorders practicum
SPHR 409 Accent Instruction Clinic
SPHR 395 Directed Clinical Assistantship
SPHR 394 Guided Observation

Projects

PSU liaison for two community-based self-help groups for individuals & families living with aphasia
Starting a new community-based self-help groups for individuals & families living with aphasia
Overseeing undergraduate volunteers as facilitators for The Learning & Practice tutoring sessions
Working with three current 2nd year graduate students on a Care Partners Living with Aphasia resource guide
Researching mentoring within the student population as a learning tool

Susan Ginley Curriculum Vitae

Background

Prior to joining the Speech & Hearing Sciences program at PSU in 2001, Susan worked as a speech-language pathologist in a medical setting for 15 years.  Susan's clinical area of expertise is adult acquired neurogenic communication disorders. Since beginning work at PSU as a clinical instructor, Susan has expanded the client base for individual clinical sessions on-campus, while also growing the clinical experience to include working with adults in groups both on and off campus. Susan has been a PSU supervisor for Aphasia Cam Northwest, an intensive two-day camp for stroke survivors with aphasia and their families, where students are able to work with clients in a naturalistic setting.  After working with 13 consecutive camps, Susan is now shifting to the role of 'Camp Ambassador' connecting with families and faculty from across the nation involved in similar ways. Susan has also worked with stroke survivors with aphasia and their families in developing and maintaining self-help support groups in the community.