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  • Reema Prakash M.S., CCC-SLP

Natural Language Acquisition/Gestalt Language Processing

Updated: Oct 30, 2023

We are honored to be listed on the NLA-Trained Clinician registry providing clinical speech therapy services in MA, NH, ME! We also provide clinical consultations for parents, family, and caregivers in all states in the US and worldwide, to support children who demonstrate gestalt language processing and communicate with delayed echolalia.

Gestalt Language Processing (GLP) is not a new concept in research, but as the Neurodiversity-Affirming movement continues to grow and shake up traditional practices in language development, GLP research and practice has seen a much-needed resurgence in the last decade.

We are so excited to be part of this resurgence, aligning ourselves with Marge Blanc and Barry Prizant’s work and research, pursuing continuing education in Echolalia, Natural Language Acquisition (NLA), and Sensory Processing and bringing it to our practice. As a clinical practice that advocates for neurodiversity-affirming and evidence-based interventions in a constantly evolving therapy landscape, the NLA framework developed by Marge Blanc has transformed and enriched our therapy with autistic and other neurodivergent individuals. It is deeply rooted in strengths-based, child-led therapy that recognizes and builds on sensory and communication differences, which are the cornerstones of Resonate Therapy Solutions’ values.

Simply put by Marge Blanc,

"Language development is far more inclusive than you ever imagined.

If you are seeking speech therapy following the analytic or gestalt language processing frameworks for autistic and other neurodivergent children, please consult a licensed, certified, and NLA-trained speech-language pathologist for guidance. At Resonate Therapy Solutions, we provide skilled speech therapy services for children and adults in the comfort of home or via teletherapy. Schedule a consultation with us.

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