Dr. Isabella K. Reichel is an associate professor at the Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology. She is a licensed speech-language pathologist and audiologist as well as a Board- Recognized Specialist in Fluency Disorders. She has been specializing in the treatment of stuttering for over three decades. Dr. Reichel has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in Speech Pathology and Audiology at numerous colleges in the New York metropolitan area. She received her original training and began her career in the former Soviet Union, and has integrated Eastern European approaches into her treatment of cluttering and stuttering. Her research on the topics of emotional intelligence, stuttering, cluttering, and stigma regarding people who stutter, has been presented nationally and internationally. Her papers are widely published in peer-reviewed journals. She is the Chair of the Committee of the International Representatives of the International Cluttering Association. She is a member of the Multicultural Task Force of the National Aphasia Association, and she supervises the Russian-speaking aphasia group at the Touro College Speech and Hearing Center. Dr. Reichel serves on the Executive Committee of the LD Resources Foundation, where she is working on the development of its Communication Scholarship Award. She holds ASHA certification, New York State licensure and certification as a Teacher of Speech & Hearing Handicapped (TSSH). At Touro College, Dr. Reichel serves on the IRB Committee, and is in the process of creating a Stuttering and Cluttering Treatment Center.