May Sofi Brennan

May Sofi

Speech-Language Pathologist

Expertise

Speech/language therapy and assessment, early childhood language development, bilingual language development

Education

University at Albany, Columbia University

Highlights

Experience

May Sofi Brennan is a bilingual speech-language pathologist specializing in early childhood. She has extensive experience working with children ages 0-5 and their families, with a focus on coaching caregivers on ways to encourage and promote language development. May currently provides speech therapy through Early Intervention and CPSE (Committee on Special Education), as well as private in-person and virtual therapy through her private practice, Big Little Learners, in Long Island, NY. May is also a freelance writer whose work has appeared on Bustle and FabFitFun. She has experience writing about a variety of topics including health & wellness, lifestyle, and beauty.

Education

May received her bachelor’s degree in Communication from University at Albany, and her master’s degree in Communication Disorders from Columbia University.

 

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