Saturday, September 22, 2007


James Edwin Hanny MA, MS CCC/SLP
July 17, 2007

Personal Comments:
Born February 22, 1960, St. Louis, Missouri. All academic coursework for Speech-Language Pathology, and undergraduate Psychology completed in three Missouri and Illinois Universities, including the University of Missouri, Columbia, 1984 through 1992. Current employment objectives include: Speech Pathology department administrative/supervisor/manager opportunities—preferably in Acute Hospital, research opportunities if applicable, SLP clinical trainer/educator position. We are re-locating to St. Louis, MO area.

Academic Preparation:
M.A. Psychology, Institute for Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, California, June 2003. Seventy-five hours of Ph.D. level coursework were successfully completed.

M.S. Speech-Language Pathology, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL, September 1992.

B.S. Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, minor in Psychology,
Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL, August 1991.

Professional and Clinical Experiences:
· January 1, 2005 to present, Full-time staff Speech-Language Pathologist for both Kindred Hospital Central Tampa, and Bay Area Tampa—Long-Term Acute-Catastrophic Care. PRN Speech-Language Pathologist for University Community Hospital and Clinics, Tampa, FL

· August 2003 to December 2004: PRN staff Speech-Language Pathologist, Palm Gardens of Clearwater, FL, PRN Speech-Language Pathologist for University Community Hospital and Clinics, Tampa, FL and PRN for University Hospital Home Health Care.

· October 2001 to June 2003: Staff Speech-Language Pathologist with Sutter Health at Mills-Peninsula Health Center in San Mateo, CA, Peninsula Medical Center in Burlingame, CA, and San Mateo County Hospital, San Mateo, CA. Included CFY supervisor and student intern supervisory responsibilities.

· March 2001 to February 2002: Private Practice to individuals and provided contractual Speech-Language Pathology services to a home health care agency, as well as sub-acute and long-term care services in Pacifica, CA.

· September 1999 to March 2001: Stanford University Hospital and Clinics, Palo Alto California, provided Home Health care SLP contractual services.

· May 1996 to August 1999: Private Practice and PRN Speech –Language Pathologist in Sub-Acute, Hospital- Acute, Outpatient, ALF, Long-Term Care, Home Health Care in Manatee, Pinellas, and Hillsborough Counties, Florida. Primary work setting was in serving home health care medically compromised 0-3 pediatrics patients for St. Joseph’s Hospital, Tampa, FL.

· November 1994 to April 1996: Symphony Rehabilitation Services Speech-Language Pathologist for Long-Term and Sub-Acute care facilities in Sarasota and Venice, Florida. Dysphagia program development emphasized.

· August to November 1994: Group One Therapy, Traveling
Speech –Language Pathologist, St. Petersburg, FL.

· May to August 1994: Incarnate Word Hospital and Lutheran Medical Center, St. Louis, MO PRN Speech-Language Pathologist Acute Care including video fluoroscopic swallow studies.

· September 1993 to June 1994: ST. Louis Public Schools, Speech-Language Pathologist, providing diagnostic and remediation services to four Magnet schools, and school system diagnostician duties to two other schools. CFY completion.

· January—August 1993: Mississippi Valley Rehabilitation Services, CFY
Speech-Language Pathologist providing services to two East St. Louis, IL
area hospitals, including video fluoroscopic swallow studies, Long-Term
Care facilities, Outpatient and Home Health to adult and pediatric

· Examples of Continuing Educational experiences for last ten years:
Pharyngeal Dysphagia and EMG Monitoring, Assessment and Treatment
Right Hemisphere Syndrome Differential Diagnosis
Harvard Conference on Neurology
Oral-Motor Assessment and Remediation for Pediatrics
Child Abuse and Developmental Communication Disorders
Clinical Management of Adults Requiring Tracheotomy
Tubes and Ventilators
Dysphagia Management in the Long-term Care Setting
Treatment and Assessment Strategies in TBI Adults
Myofascial Release and Cranial Sacral Techniques for Pediatric Population.
Psycholinguistic Aspects of Foreign Accent Reduction
Oro-Motor Assessment and Treatment of 0-3yr Population
Sensory Integration for the Speech-Language Pathologist
Feeding and Swallowing issues for 0-3yr Pediatric Population in ICU.
Aphasia, Dysarthria and Apraxia: Update in Assessment and Treatment
Ethics of Dysphagia Management and Treatment
VitalStim Therapy: Electro-Stimulation for Dysphagia
Neuroanatomy and Physiology for Rehabilitation

Research Interests:
- Unpublished Scholarly Overview 27 page paper on Stuttering:
Vocal Inhibition Syndrome: Forming a Multi-dimensional
Perspective and Theoretical Construct, Institute of Transpersonal
Psychology, Palo Alto, CA, fall 2002.

- Unpublished Qualitative Research 44 page paper:
Qualitative Thematic Analysis of Stuttering and Self Identity,
Institute of Transpersonal Psychology, Palo Alto, CA, fall 2000.

Certification/Professional Affiliations:
Present member American Speech-Language and Hearing Association, holding Certificate of Clinical Competence, #01120887-02

ASHA Division 4 member, Fluency and Fluency Disorders

Previously held California CCC/SLP License #: SP 11552

Current Florida CCC/SLP License #: SA 7148

CCC/SLP member, American Academy of Private Practice in Speech Pathology and Audiology.

Further current references will be provided upon request.

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