Elizabeth Lazowski, M.A., CCC-SLP has been a speech-language pathologist since 2000, having graduated from Kenyon College with an undergraduate degree in psychology, and Northwestern University with a masters degree in communication sciences and disorders. She has experience in evaluating and treating children with Speech, Language, Fluency, Voice, and Hearing disorders. Elizabeth has worked in both the school and private practice settings, and specializes in Early Intervention (birth-3 years old). She is a certified member of the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association (ASHA), and is licensed by the state of Ohio in Speech Language Pathology. Areas of interest include Early Intervention, Fluency, Articulation, and Social Communication disorders. She uses a family centered approach which recognizes parents as an important part of the therapy process.
Elizabeth volunteers extensively within her community and was honored with the Bay Village PTA Founders’ Day Award. She has also been recognized for providing externship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students interested in the field of speech pathology. Elizabeth enjoys traveling, biking, cooking, and watching sports with her family. She is passionate about working with young children and their families and helping them reach their full potential. Elizabeth resides in Bay Village with her husband and son.