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Northwestern School of Communication

Judith Roman

Assistant Clinical Professor
I am an ASHA board-certified specialist in child language. I serve children ranging in age from toddlers through elementary school aged children who have difficulty learning language, have language disorders and who have language-based learning disorders. I have also completed research in teaching and learning to support my work with graduate student clinicians.

Area(s) of Expertise

Auditory Processing, Childhood Development, Communication Skills, Education of Graduate Students, Language Learning and Processing, Scientific Collaboration
Judith Roman

Judith Roman is an assistant clinical professor in the Roxelyn and Richard Pepper Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders and a clinical supervisor in the Northwestern University Center for Audiology, Speech, Language, and Learning. She is a licensed speech language pathologist who is an ASHA Board Recognized Specialist in Child Language. Her background includes extensive experience with early intervention as well as preschool and school-aged children, certification in providing neuro-developmental treatment, and experience running a private practice. She has completed a fellowship year in teaching and learning and holds an SLPD degree


  • MA, Speech Language Pathology, Northwestern University
  • BS, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Northwestern University


  • CSD305 Phonetics, with undergraduate and post-Baccalaureate students in in-class and on-line formats