Diane Luftig, M.S., CCC-SLP
Diane holds a masters degree in speech-language pathology from Hunter College. She is a speech-language pathologist licensed to practice in New York with twenty years of broad-ranging experience. Diane has had a private practice on the Upper West Side for 12 years working with children with various speech and language difficulties. Prior to going into private practice, Diane spent seven years at Mount Sinai Medical Center working on the brain injury unit. She completed her fellowship at the Jewish Home and Hospital in the Bronx and has significant experience evaluating and treating patients with dysphagia. Diane is a PROMPT trained therapist and is accredited by the American Speech and Hearing Association. She lives in Westchester with her husband and two children.
Melissa Krantz, M.S., CCC-SLP
Melissa holds a masters degree in speech-language pathology from Hunter College. She is a speech-language pathologist licensed to practice in New York with twenty years of broad-ranging experience. Melissa has had a private practice in New York for 10 years, working in both office and in-home settings. Prior to going into private practice, Melissa spent 9 years at Stepping Stone Day School and the Visiting Nurse Service, performing evaluations and providing therapy for both children and adults. After having children of her own, Melissa continued consulting for Stepping Stone for several more years, specializing in evaluating children for New York’s Early Intervention program. Melissa completed her fellowship as a member of the Brain Injury team at Frazier Rehab Center in Louisville, KY. She is a PROMPT trained therapist and is proficient in Spanish. Melissa is accredited by the American Speech and Hearing Association. She lives in Manhattan and is the mom to three children.
Rebecca Atlas, M.S., CCC-SLP, TTSLD, MPH
Rebecca holds a master's degree in speech-language pathology from Columbia University, Teachers College and a Master of Public Health degree in maternal and child health from Boston University. Rebecca began her career working with preschool students with autism where she developed a passion for early language development. She has a broad range of experience evaluating and treating children with language, articulation, fluency and feeding disorders. She is PROMPT trained and New York State certified as a Teacher of the Speech and Language Disabled. She lives on the Upper West Side with her husband and one-year-old boy.