Ronni was born and raised in New York City and Long Island. While initially pursuing a
psychology degree in college, she enrolled in her first speech pathology class. So intrigued with the discipline of speech and language therapy, she changed her major.
She felt that affecting people’s lives and helping them communicate to their fullest was then her life’s passion. She attained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology from State University of New York at Buffalo.
She then relocated to the west coast, to obtain her Masters of Science in Speech and Language Pathology from San Francisco State University. After graduation, she moved to Los Angeles, ultimately settling in Calabasas to raise her family and continue her speech and language pathology career. Ronni has also continued her professional development in the areas of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), social pragmatic skills, the impact of communication delays on reading and writing disabilities, as well as autism spectrum disorders.
With over 30 years as a speech and language pathologist, she has vast experience with school-age children, from pre-school to high school. She uses a variety of creative techniques individualized to your child’s speech and language challenges. She cares deeply about her clients, and the progress they make under her care. Ronni will make sure the children and young adults that come to her for therapy will flourish and grow, and reach their ultimate potential.