Rebecca Grossman, MS, CCC-SLP
Telehealth services available
Sees patients age 18 and above
Monroe Township, NJ | Robbinsville, NJ | Princeton, NJ
Who is Rebecca Grossman?
Rebecca Grossman is a speech-language pathologist who specializes in voice and swallowing disorders. After studying theater performance and political science at the undergraduate level, she earned her Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Loyola University Maryland, where she completed research on production and perceptions of the voice. Prior to joining Penn Medicine Becker ENT & Allergy, Rebecca trained at the Milton J. Dance Head and Neck Center/ Johns Hopkins Voice Center, and most recently completed her clinical fellowship at the department of Veterans Affairs in Long Beach, California. Her clinical interests lie in the areas of swallowing and voice disorders with specialized interests in voice, swallowing and speech disorders among patients with head and neck cancer, as well as rehabilitation for professional voice users.
Education and Training
Rebecca Grossman’s path in the field of speech-language pathology took root at Loyola University Maryland, where she pursued her graduate studies. Driven by a passion for effective communication and helping individuals overcome voice and swallowing disorders, she attained board certification in Speech-Language Pathology. This achievement underscores her dedication to the field and her commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of those she serves.
Rebecca Grossman MS, CCC-SLP is a highly qualified and experienced Speech-Language Pathologist specializing in voice and swallowing disorders. She holds a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Loyola University Maryland which included extensive research on voice production and perception. She has worked at the Johns Hopkins Voice Center and completed her fellowship at the Department of Veterans Affairs, Long Beach. Her expertise includes voice disorders, singing voice disorders, and swallowing disorders.
Reputation & Experience
Rebecca Grossman has a well-deserved reputation as an expert speech-language pathologist who is passionate about helping her patients with voice and swallowing disorders and is an expert in this areas. In addition to her professional experience and academic qualifications, Rebecca is also known for her dedication to providing top-quality care for all of her patients. Her compassionate approach to patient care is reflected in her willingness to go above and beyond to ensure that each patient receives the help they need.
Types of Services Offered
Rebecca Grossman offers a wide range of services at Becker ENT & Allergy to help patients with voice and swallowing disorders recieve the best evaluation and management they can. Through state of the art videostroboscopy equipment (to assess vocal fold vibration) and FEES equipment (to assess swallowing), she can intricately figure out what is wrong with each patient’s voice and swallowing and come up with an individualized, appropriate plan of treatment.
Her approach to therapy focuses on developing individualized treatment plans that build upon an individual’s strengths while addressing their areas of need. Her passion for enhancing the quality of life through communication sciences has been further enhanced by her graduate program that required 1000+ clinical hours as well as specialized coursework and fellowship training in voice and swallowing disorders.
Areas of Expertise
- Voice Disorders
- Singing voice disorders
- Pediatric voice disorders
- Swallowing disorders
- Head and Neck Cancer related swallowing disorders
- Neurogenic swallowing disorders
- Neurogenic voice disorders
- Gender Affirmation Voice Training
- Evaluation of voice disorders
- Evaluation of swallowing disorders
- Evaluation of singing voice disorders
- Treatment of voice disorders
- Treatment of swallowing disorders
- Treatment of singing voice disorders
- Upper airway disorders
- Chronic Cough
- Chronic throat clearing
- Vocal Cord Dysfunction
- Exercise induced laryngeal obstruction
- Inducible laryngeal obstruction
- Paradoxical vocal fold motion
- Myofascial release
- Manual laryngeal therapy