Sarah A. Friel, MA, CCC-SLP
- Assistant Professor
- Communication Sciences and Disorders
Sarah A. Friel, MA CCC-SLP, is from the UK and graduated from the University of London as a licensed speech therapist. She gained a post-professional master's in philosophy and linguistics at Birkbeck College, University of London.
She is a specialist in pediatric speech-language pathology with expertise in early childhood disorders of communication including parent-mediated intervention. autism, developmental speech and language disorders, and craniofacial disorders. She is particularly interested in collaborative intervention with OTs for children with sensory processing disorders and complex needs.
Sarah is also Associate Editor for the Journal Child Language Teaching and Therapy, an international peer-reviewed journal which is an interdisciplinary journal in the field of intervention for and management of children’s speech, language and communication needs.
Sarah regularly presents at conferences and industry events. Please see her CV for a complete list of presentations
The relationship between narrative language and ideational praxis in children at ASHA Convention.
Children with Sensory Processing difficulties, a Theoretical and Practical Guide for SLPs at ASHA Convention.
The relationship between narrative language and ideational praxis in children at Child Language Symposium.
Occupational therapy-speech language therapy interprofessional service delivery model in a specialized sensory integration clinic at AOTA (American Occupational Therapy Association) annual conference.
Outcomes Among Student-Clinicians After Participation in LEGO® Club: A Service-Learning Pilot Program at AOTA (American Occupational Therapy Association annual conference.