Erin O’Brien Wilson

MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-F

Erin O’Brien Wilson.

Erin O’Brien Wilson

MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-F

Erin O’Brien Wilson

MA, CCC-SLP, BCS-F

Education / Training

MA, Communication Sciences, Speech-Language Pathology, University of Connecticut
BA, Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of New Hampshire

Certification

New York State Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist, 2015-present
Board Certified Specialist in Fluency and Fluency Disorders, BCS-F, 2018-present
CT Dept. of Public Health, licensed Speech-Language Pathologist from CT Dept. of Education, 2010-2015
Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Employment / Professional Experience

Speech-Language Pathologist, Clinical Supervisor/ Clinical Assistant Professor, University at Buffalo Speech-Language and Hearing Clinic, Buffalo, NY, 2016-present

Speech-Language Pathologist, Clinical Supervisor, University of Connecticut, Speech & Hearing Clinic, Storrs, CT, 2011-2015

Speech-Language Pathologist, Adjunct Faculty, University of Connecticut, Speech Language & Hearing Sciences Dept., Storrs, CT, 2013-1015

Speech-Language Pathologist, Easter Seals Capitol Region & Eastern CT, Windsor, CT, 2012-2015
Speech-Language Pathologist, Day Kimball Hospital, Putnam, CT, 2009-2011

Specialty Clinic Interests

UB Transgender Voice and Communication (UB VAC) Group and Individual services offering voice affirmation/modification services to Transgender individuals. 

Fluency disorders clinic, offering assessment & intervention of stuttering for children and adults. 

Accent management services for international UB students, faculty, & community professionals

Teaching

CDS 640: Motor speech Disorders: Fluency Disorders component

CDS 482/522: Diagnostic Methods (2016-2020), Guest Lecturer

CDS 595/596: Practicum: Speech & Language

CDS 151, CDS 199, CDS 687: Guest Lecturer

SLHS 5335: Fluency Disorders-University of Connecticut

Professional Honors/ Advisory and Editorial Boards

Kenneth T. Gist Promising Professional Award, CT Speech & Hearing Foundation, 2009
CT State Department of Education bilingual/bicultural scholarship, 2007

Research and Creative Activities

Wilson, Erin O'Brien, and Tammie J. Spaulding. (2010). Effects of noise and speech intelligibility on listener comprehension and processing time of Korean-accented English. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research Vol. 53, 1543-1554.


Wilson, Erin O’Brien, and Tammie J. Spaulding. (2009). The Effects of Noise and Proficiency on Intelligibility and Processing Time for Korean-Accented English. Poster presented at ASHA Annual Conference.

Presentations

Wilson, Erin O, Smith, Laura E., Romano, Jenna C.. Reimagine Your Clinical Training Program Through the Use of Computer-Based Simulation. One hour workshop presented at ASHA Annual Conference, 2019.

Wilson, Erin O’Brien, and Emily Crowl. (2018). Design & Implementation of an Intensive Summer Treatment Program for Children Who Stutter. Poster presentation at ASHA Annual Conference, November 15, 2018.

Wilson, Erin O’Brien, and Tammie J. Spaulding. (2009). The Effects of Noise and Proficiency on Intelligibility and Processing Time for Korean-Accented English. Poster presented at ASHA Annual Conference.

Service

National Stuttering Association (NSA) Buffalo Chapter Adult Support Group Co-leader. Meetings meet monthly throughout the semester. Currently virtual. See website for updated meeting info: https://westutter.org/find-nsa-meeting-near/new-york/

NSSLHA Chapter Advisor, 2016-present

SASH, NSSLHA Faculty Liason, 2016-present

United States Peace Corps: Health, Hygiene and Sanitation Extensionist, Imin’Tlit, Morocco, 2004-2006