Elizabeth Rosenzweig PhD CCC-SLP LSLS Cert. AVT is an Auditory Verbal Therapist in private practice and Assistant Professor at the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for Health Professions. She serves children with hearing loss and their families around the world via telepractice and mentors future Listening and Spoken Language Specialists. You can find her at www.AuditoryVerbalTherapy.net.

  • PhD, Physical Disabilities Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Teachers College Columbia University, New York, NY

Research Interests

Her research interests include trauma-informed care, culturally responsive auditory-verbal practice, outcomes for children with hearing loss, and personnel preparation.

Rosenzweig, E.A., Voss, J., Melo, M., & Hinojosa, F. (2021). Family-centered intervention for deaf and hard of hearing multilingual learners. In M.M. Musyoka & S.O. Adeoye (Eds.), Deaf education and challenges for bilingual/multilingual students. Springer. (in press)

Lartz, M.N., & Rosenzweig, E.A. (2021). Early intervention programs: Therapy needs of children ages 0-3 years pre- and post-cochlear implantation. In N. M. Young & K. Iler Kirk (Eds.), Pediatric cochlear implantation: Learning and the brain (2nd edition). Springer. (in press)

Rosenzweig, E.A., & Smolen, E.R. (2021). Providers’ rates of auditory verbal strategy utilization. The Volta Review, 120(2), 79-95. https://doi.org/10.17955/tvr.120.2.815

MacIver-Lux, K., Smolen, E.R., Rosenzweig, E.A., & Estabrooks, W. (2020). Strategies for developing listening, talking, and thinking in Auditory-Verbal Therapy. In W. Estabrooks, H.M. Morrison, & K. MacIver-Lux (Eds.), Auditory-Verbal Therapy: Science, research, and practice (pp. 521-562). Plural Publishing Inc.

Glade, R., Rosenzweig, E.A., and Smolen, E.R. (2019). Introduction to auditory skill development. In R. Glade and K. Frasier (Eds.), Communication disorders: Foundations and clinical applications for educators and emerging clinicians (pp. 123-139). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.