Nina Reardon-Reeves, MS, CCC-SLP BRS-FD is certified by the American Speech-Language Hearing Association, and is a Board Recognized Specialist and Mentor in Fluency Disorders. Ms. Reeves is a licensed speech-language pathologist (SLP) in the states of Texas and California.
Specializing in providing private practice stuttering therapy services to children and adolescents who stutter, Nina has been a school-based speech language pathologist for over 20 years, first in Illinois and since June of 2005, in Texas.
In McKinney, Texas, Nina continues to provide therapy services in the schools, as well as continuing her private practice (Stuttering Therapy Services) for children and adolescents who stutter.
A sought-after presenter of interactive training workshops on subjects realted to stuttering and other fluency disorders, Nina provides practical information and insight to speech-language pathologists, early childhood educators, elementary and secondary educators, and parents. Nina has presented over 200 workshops at local, state, national, and international levels.
As an author, Nina has published numerous materials for the National Stuttering Association. She is co-author of School Age Stuttering Therapy: A Practical Guide (formerly known as The Source for Stuttering; Ages 7-18 from Linguisystems, Inc.) She is also the co-author of The School Age Child who Stutters: Working Effectively with Attitudes and Emotions for the Stuttering Foundation of America.
Stuttering Therapy Services is Ms. Reardon-Reeves' private practice providing assessment and treatment for stuttering in preschool, school age and young adult age groups. She offers group and individual therapy, family counseling, and professional consultations as part of a full range of services.
Stuttering Therapy Seminars provides practical continuing education workshops and consultative services for speech-language pathologists, educators and parents of children who stutter.
Stuttering Therapy Consultative Services is a way to bring Nina's expertise to an entire school district, hospital, regional special education district, or individual.
Stuttering Therapy Resources is Ms. Reeves newest endeavor. Together with her partner (and frequent co-author), J.Scott Yaruss, she has started a publishing company dedicated to providing practical therapy resources on topics related to fluency disorders.
Twenty years of clinical experience makes Nina Reardon-Reeves a valuable expert to provide individual therapy or professional continuing education to meet your needs. Contact her today to schedule an individual assessment, consultation, or continuing education seminar.
Awards, Recognitions, Committee Appointments, and Memberships
• Hall of Fame, National Stuttering Association, July 2010
• Conference Dedication, National Stuttering Association, Annual Conference, Parsippany, NJ; June 2008
• Speech-Language Pathologist of the Year: National Stuttering Association; June 2005
• Alumni of the Year: College of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Illinois State University; November 2004
• ASHA Continuing Education Awards:
◦ July 2011 ◦ May 2008
◦ December 2007
◦ July 2006
◦ September 2003
◦ November 2001
◦ July 1999
◦ December 1997
◦ March 1996
◦ September 1994
Nina has served on the Texas Speech and Hearing Association's Task Force for Evidence Based Practice. She was a former committee chairperson of ASHA’s Special Interest Group #4’s Task Force for Fluency Service Delivery in the Schools. Nina is a also a past member of the Board of Directors of the National Stuttering Association (NSA), and currently serves on the NSA's Family Programs Committee. Nina was also the co-leader of the National Stuttering Association (NSA) Teens Who STutter (TWST) Dallas Area chapter. The chapter, one of the first youth chapters in the nation, was named NSA's Youth Chapter of the Year for 2008.
Nina is a member in good standing of the following organizations:
• American Speech-Language-Hearing Association
• National Stuttering Association
• Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association
• International Cluttering Association
• International Fluency Association