National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association

National Student Speech Language and Hearing Association (NSSLHA)

Purpose and Objectives
The Ithaca College NSSLHA chapter is a club recognized by Ithaca College. The purpose of IC-NSSLHA is to promote the awareness of speech-language pathology and audiology. This is accomplished through bi-monthly professional meetings, social and fund-raising activities, and an annual conference that is co-sponsored by the SUNY Cortland Speech and Hearing Club.

Club Activities

  • Graduate School Talk
  • Volunteering at Youth Bureau dances
  • NSSLHA Clothing Fundraiser
  • Annual conference (preparation and outreach)
  • Career Services resume workshop and job preparation presentation
  • Social Events

Learn More
NSSLHA is a great way to meet and connect with other speech-language pathology and audiology majors, and have fun. Contact us by email at:

2014-2015 IC NSSLHA Officers
2015 Conference: Counseling Skills for SLPs: Unleash Your Full Potential as a Clinician

April 18, 2015

Hope C. Reed, SLP.D., CCC-SLP, C.O.M

Dr. Reed, an Associate Professor in the Communicative Sciences and Disorders Program at Alabama A&M University (AAMU), will be presenting on basic approaches to counseling patients and students and their caregivers. Evidence-based practices relevant to counseling in the discipline of communication disorders will be detailed. Participants will be presented with information relating to the fundamentals of counseling, counseling skills, and types of counselor responses. There will be a focus on building, promoting, and improving the therapeutic relationship in specific settings.

This program is offered for .45 CEU's (Approved by ASHA Continuing Education)