Sonja Hamlin received her Bachelors and Masters degrees from Hampton University. Upon graduation she relocated to New York City where she acquired extensive work experience in the field of Speech-Language Pathology. She has worked in day habilitation/treatment programs, hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, group homes, and school settings. She was also a Speech Supervisor in the Hy Weinberg Clinic at Adelphi University where she supervised graduate students and conducted internship site visits (2004-2006). Sonja enjoys working in settings with people from diverse backgrounds and enjoys learning foreign languages.
Sonja has an interest in deafness/Deaf culture and worked as a Speech Improvement Teacher/ Student Teacher/Continuing Education Teacher in the following schools/programs:
JHS 47-School for the Deaf, New York City (1998-2000), St. Joseph’s School for the Deaf, Bronx, NY (2003-2004), LaGuardia Community College, Long Island City, NY (2004-2006).
Sonja’s areas of interest include: Aural Rehabilitation, Clinical Supervision and the development of testing protocols for deaf adults
Mentally-challenged/developmentally-delayed, Adults/Geriatric, Adolescents, Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing