May 21, 2024

Angélica Bernabé is a speech-language pathologist, psychologist, researcher, and person who stutters. She is originally from Peru and will begin her Ph.D. studies at Florida State University in the Fall. Angélica continues our series, 'SLPs Who Stutter' in honor of National Stuttering Awareness Week and shares her story.

Our 'SLPs Who Stutter' Series features the personal stories in a monologue, open-ended storytelling format of exceptional SLPs who stutter. They share their personal journeys, interweaving how those journeys impact their professional journeys, and offer listeners insights into the lived-experience within a specialized lens.

Bio: Angelica, a person who stutters and Director of the Specialized Center for Stuttering, is a Speech and Language Pathologist and Psychologist from Peru. She conducts research at Michigan State University's Stuttering Laboratory under the mentorship of Dr. Scott Yaruss and will pursue a PhD in Stuttering Research at Florida State University under Dr. Christopher Constantino. Angelica has trained clinicians globally and received the 2022 Clinician Award from the World Stuttering and Cluttering Organization for her work supporting the Hispanic stuttering community.