Welcome to Jackie Kreitzman, M.A., C.C.C. & Associates
Speech-Language Pathology

We provide a friendly, caring, compassionate and motivating environment for the remediation of merely all communicative issues. Our goal is to provide a therapeutic environment to facilitate independent and successful communicators in all areas of life. Jackie Kreitzman, M.A., C.C.C.   enjoys working directly with children, adults, and families to help create and implement effective communicative strategies. We specialize in providing individualized care programs that best fits the needs of each person.

Voice Therapy

Do you or your child sound hoarse or breathy? Are you uncomfortable with the way you or your child sounds? Treating voice disorders requires specialized training. At Jackie Kreitzman, M.A., C.C.C.,  we will clearly identify factors that negatively affect the voice and establish an effective treatment plan to regain healthy vocal quality. We are committed to helping our clients speak with greater clarity, confidence and ease.

Stuttering Therapy

Have you or your child developed a tendency to stutter and have a hard time getting the words out?  Jackie Kreitzman, M.A., C.C.C.   provides state-of-the-art individualized treatment to help children and adults overcome fluency disorders. We help our clients speak more smoothly, with greater confidence, and ease. Our therapy approach incorporates current knowledge, research, and evidence and includes family training, education, and support.

Speech & Language Disorders

Jackie Kreitzman, M.A., C.C.C.  provides speech and language evaluation and therapy services to children in homes, preschools, elementary schools, or our office setting. Our therapy is play-based and goal-oriented. We want to help our clients reach their maximum potential to communicate in all settings. We also provide effective and affordable articulation therapy to fix the s’, ‘sh’, ‘ch’, ‘j’, ‘l’ and ‘r’ sounds in both children and adults.


Parents should seek out a speech language pathologist if they have any concerns regarding their child’s ability to listen, understand, communicate or play with others.


“15-20% of two year olds are delayed in their expressive language development (i.e. they talk late and do not use as many words or sentences of the same complexity as their peers), but are otherwise developing as expected. Not all of these children outgrow their language delay and up to 60% of them may continue to experience language delays into later childhood and adulthood.”

“Approximately 5-8% of preschool children (i.e. between 1 in 12 and 1 in 20 children) have language delays that continue throughout their school years and into adulthood. These ongoing difficulties with language are associated with difficulty learning to read and write, poorer academic performance, more limited employment opportunities and difficulties with social relationships.”