Mary Hybl, MA, CCC-SLP
Mary Hybl is a licensed, certified speech-language pathologist with over twenty years of private practice, clinical and school based experience. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Speech Pathology from Michigan State University and her Master of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Case Western Reserve in Cleveland, Ohio.
Mary enjoys working closely with families to help their children attain the highest level of success in the areas of speech and language. She also values working in a highly creative and trans-disciplinary setting. She utilizes engaging, hands-on activities, and literacy-based lessons to facilitate language and articulation skills. Therapy involves setting goals, practicing new skills, sharing ideas, and celebrating progress. She believes the key to success is working together, and having fun along the way!
Mary has studied extensively in the areas of early language development and pragmatic or social skills. She is in trained in Social Thinking by Michelle Garcia. She is also trained in PROMPT (Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets), as well as apraxia approaches by Pamela Marshalla & Nancy Kaufman. Mary has worked in several school districts in the surrounding areas including New Providence, Essex Fells, Livingston, and has experience working in Early Intervention. She has conducted team evaluations, and served as a Child Study Team member to help develop Individualized Education Plans (IEP). She understands the need for offering a comprehensive approach to therapeutic intervention, as early as possible.
Mary lives in Summit with her husband, two sons, daughter, and golden retriever. She enjoys skiing, hiking, traveling, and reading in her free time.