Australian native Kay M. Monkhouse, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, is a specialist in stuttering, accent reduction, voice disorders and Myofunctional therapy who earned her degree at the University of Iowa. Dr. Monkhouse also holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Licensed in Australia and the United States (Connecticut, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania), she has more than 25 years of post-doctoral clinical experience in effective communication and speech language pathology.
After teaching in 5 major U.S. colleges and universities, Dr. Monkhouse established a private practice with locations in Radnor, Pennsylvania and Princeton, New Jersey. This practice is eclectic, providing evaluations and treatments for adults and children with all speech-language pathologies, including but not limited to:
• Delayed language development and disorders
• Accent reduction
• Voice disorders
• Myofunctional therapy for tongue thrust
She has presented on her MSAM (Monkhouse Skills Acquisition Model) and DAF in a variety of locations, including:
• Washington D.C.
• New Jersey
• Albuquerque, New Mexico
• Oxford Disfluency Conference at Oxford
University in England
• The Gold Coast, Brisbane Australia
• Hobart, Australia
• Johannesburg, South Africa
• The Third World Congress
• The International Fluency Association in
As a Stuttering Specialist, Dr. Monkhouse was approached by Baxter Fluency Group, of Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania, to join their network of SpeechEasy™ providers, and was appointed as Northern New Jersey's provider of the SpeechEasy™ device.