Alex Gersh


Alexander Gersh is an ASHA and California certified Speech Language Pathologist with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Southern California and a Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Colorado in Boulder.  Alex received his training in a variety of settings, including the Temple Grandin School where he helped to implement a social skills program for teenagers with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Children’s National Medical Center where he worked under fluency expert Dr. Tommie Robinson and trained in both hospital and clinical settings.


Since completing his training, Alex has worked to serve children in the Los Angeles area since 2014.  Alex specializes in early childhood language, fluency disorders (stuttering), and Autism Spectrum Disorder, including social communication and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).