Jessie Ginsburg, M.S., CCC-SLP
Chief Executive Officer
Jessie has been assessing and treating children with communication disorders for 10 years. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communicative Disorders from University of Redlands, and her Master of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Chapman University. She has experience working with children ages 5 months to 18 years in private practices, elementary and junior high schools, and the rehabilitative setting. In addition to working as a speech-language pathologist, she has experience as a Floortime therapist, social skills therapist, and behavioral support therapist. She presents at professional conferences at the state and national levels, writes for the national Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology magazine, and is a board member of the District 6 California Speech Language and Hearing Association.
Her trainings include:
Michelle Garcia Winner's Social Thinking Program
Get Permission Approach to Feeding
Sequential-Oral-Sensory Approach to Feeding
Baby Signs Certified Instructor
Ginsburg, J. (2019). Focus on Fun: Words Will Follow. The ASHA Leader.
Ginsburg, J. (2018). Replacing the Countdown for Young Kids with Autism. The ASHA Leader.
Ginsburg, J. (2018). Treatment of Pragmatic Language Disorders in Preschool and School-Aged Children. Speech-Language Pathology Casebook, First Edition.
Ginsburg, J. (2016). Four Simple Steps to Social Skills Success. The ASHA Leader.
Ginsburg, J. (2016). Kick It Into Overdrive. The ASHA Leader.
Care.com: Toddler Separation Anxiety and Other Two-Year-Old Social Milestones
Mother Mag: How to Enhance Your Child's Speech Development
Voyage LA: Meet Jessie Ginsburg of Pediatric Therapy Playhouse
Thinking-Based Approach to Social Interaction: Organizing and Implementing Social Skills Groups from a Floortime Perspective
ASHA Convention, 2017
Simple Steps to Social Skills Success
FACTx Conference, 2016
Motivate Every Child to Communicate: Floortime-Based Speech and Language Therapy
ASHA Convention, 2013
Treatment of Challenging Neurological Disorders
CSHA Convention, 2013
1 in 100 Babies Born with Cytomegalovirus
CSHA Convention, 2013