Hi, I’m Seth!

In addition to my job, which I really enjoy doing, I also enjoy traveling, taking photographs and playing with computers (photo editing, video editing, drawing pictures, writing applications, and generally playing around). I have to admit to being a food lover, and I always look forward to trying new foods in the places I visit!

In 2010 I was awarded a master of science degree from the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Howard University in Washington, DC. Following my graduation, I was invited back to the Prince George’s County Public Schools Infants and Toddlers Program in Maryland where I had performed one of my internships. I’ve served on both the dedicated assessment team there as well as the treatment team.

Currently I work doing private practice in Tokyo, Japan, and the surrounding area.

My interests and specialties include:

  • Pediatric speech and language delays and disorders
  • Assistive Technology, especially in the realm of Augmentative and Alternative Communication
  • Neurogenic speech and language disorders (acquired and developmental)
  • Culturally and linguistically diverse populations

Guest lectures I’ve presented:

  • Howard University – Washington DC – Creating Low-Cost & Free High-Tech AAC Devices
  • Iona University – New York, NY – Working with Cultural & Linguistic Diversity in Early Intervention
  • Ryukyu Rehabilitation Academy – Okinawa, Japan – Speech Language Pathology in the USA
  • Shonan Kamakura General Hospital– Okinawa, Japan – Speech Language Pathology in the USA
  • Okinawa Rehabilitation Center Hospital – Okinawa, Japan – Treatment Models & Environment