Deborah R. Welling, AuD, CCC-A/FAAA
Associate Professor and Director of Clinical Education
My main areas of interest are assessment of the very young difficult to test populations, and auditory processing.
I have been a full-time faculty member of the Department of Speech Language Pathology at Seton Hall since completion of my Doctoral Degree in Audiology in 2005, from the University of Florida.
My main areas of interest include the diagnostic assessment of the very young and/or difficult to test population as well as (central) auditory processing disorders. I teach courses in Speech and Hearing Science, undergraduate and graduate levels of Audiology, Aural Rehabilitation, and I share teaching responsibilities for several other courses in the curriculum.
- Au.D., University of Florida
- M.A., Queens College of CUNY
- B.A., Hofstra University
- Inducted into Alpha Eta National Scholastic Honor Society on May 9, 2009 at Seton Hall University, South Orange, New Jersey.
- Hearing and Language Development (Book Chapter)
In B. B. Shulman and N. C. Capone (Eds.), "Language Development: Foundations, Processes, and Clinical Applications," 95 - 134,
- APD May Seem Complicated but NOT the Therapy
American Academy of Audiology, Charlotte, North Carolina,
- Our varied populations
SSW Reports, 25(1), 1- 4,