All in 1 SPOT with TheraTalk,SLP, PT, OT, PLLC is a pediatric and adult rehabilitation center servicing Queens and Nassau counties. All in 1 SPOT with TheraTalk,SLP, PT, OT, PLLC originated from Dr. Irene Christoforou-Gioules’ speech therapy private practice in Whitestone, Queens, called TheraTalk. TheraTalk expanded by adding physical and occupational therapy to provide a multidisciplinary approach to treatment, all in one location: All in 1 SPOT with TheraTalk. This facility includes a state of the art sensory gym that enhances all therapeutic services provided at the location.
We have a large gross motor and sensory gym with a rock climbing wall, slide, ramps, trampoline, tunnels, barrels, scooters, bolsters, balance beam, monkey bars, various swings, ball pits, crash mat, therapy balls, air pillows, sand/rice/bean tables. We also have a fine motor writing room with a wall of black chalk board. We have an additional smaller area for 1:1 private gym experience for children that get over stimulated in the large gym. Our beautiful private speech therapy suites are conducive for the most optimal therapy sessions. We provide a fun, safe and motivating environment for exploration and movement, as well as opportunities for imagination and pretend play. The gym as well as all therapy suites are under video surveillance and can be viewed by parents at any time.
Dr. Irene Christoforou-Gioules, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, the founder of Theratalk Speech-Language Pathology, P.C., has been in practice since 1999. Dr. Gioules received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from St. John’s University and her doctoral/Ph.D. degree from Columbia University. Her initial training was in an acute care setting in which she worked with infants in the neonatal care unit, adults with neurological problems, and children with speech and language problems. Dr. Gioules then focused her work in the pediatric population by working in the early intervention setting, and finally opened a private clinic that grew instantly. The population in the private clinic, Theratalk Speech Language Pathology, consisted primarily of children and adolescents (0-18 years) with various speech/articulation deficits, and language delays/disorders, and some adults with neurological disorders.
Dr. Gioules began her doctoral work at Columbia immediately after receiving her master’s degree, during her clinical fellowship. Her doctoral work focused on swallowing/feeding and motor development in children. Dr. Gioules’ dissertation was titled “The Developmental Coordination of Breathing Movements and Swallowing.” She is currently publishing her most recent research. Given that Dr. Gioules’ education surpasses the requirements for becoming a speech language pathologist, she has enlightened her staff with the most effective treatment programs for various speech/language disabilities. Dr. Gioules has treated over hundreds of children and trains over 8 speech therapists per year. Dr. Gioules guides her therapists to offer many of the innovative treatments and new technology that are endorsed by research. Dr. Gioules has substantial experience with dysphagia (swallowing disorder), feeding deficits, motor speech disorders (apraxia, dysarthria) and speech/language delays/disorders.
Maria Panayiotou-Mamounas, M.A., CCC-SLP, co-director of All in 1 S.P.O.T. with TheraTalk, received her bachelor's degree from New York University, and her master's degree from St. John's University. Maria completed a Master's thesis titled "Temporal Patterns in the Speech of Persons with Parkinson's Disease: Compensatory Shortening and Final Lengthening." Her research was conducted at Columbia University's Motor Speech Disorders clinic, where she worked closely with neurologists specializing in movement disorders.
At the present time Maria is co-director of All in 1 S.P.O.T. with TheraTalk and has supervised over 20 clinical fellows. Maria is an active member of the American Speech and Hearing Association. She works closely with pediatricians, neurologists, psychologists, occupational and physical therapists to provide a multidisciplinary approach to treatment. Maria is a PROMPT trained and Lee Silverman Voice Treatment certified therapist with experience in behavioral feeding, apraxia, speech/language delays, developmental/neurological disorders and autism. Maria, along with Dr. Gioules are the co-creators of the S.P.O.T. Feeding Hierarchy©, an intensive sensory/behavioral feeding program for picky eaters. Maria frequently provides training to her staff and medical colleagues on augmentative/alternative communication devices, behavioral feeding and other various speech and language disabilities. Maria programs augmentative/alternative communication devices and aides parents in obtaining funding for these devices. Maria holds conferences on the S.P.O.T. Feeding Hierarchy and is often asked to supervise and consult in various school affiliations as well.
We currently have over 20 Speech-Language Therapists who work with our families that have expertise in speech, language, voice, fluency, and swallowing/feeding disorders/delays. Some of our therapists include:
Christine Asaro graduated from CUNY Queens College with her Bachelor of Arts in the area of Communication Sciences and Disorders. She received her Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology from Hofstra University. During her graduate studies she gained experience working with pediatric, school-aged and adult populations. During Christine's work at the School for Language and Communication Development, she gained experience working with pre-school and school-aged children with a range of speech and language disorders. At Jonas E. Salk Middle School, Christine worked with middle school and high school students with language learning disabilities and students on the autism spectrum. She gained experience with Applied Behavioral Analysis and Augmentative and Alternative Communication devices. Progressive ENT, allowed Christine to gain experience in identifying various swallowing and voice differences using procedures such as FEESST and Videostroboscopy.
Ailynn Brady received her undergraduate degree from Queens College and her Masters degree from Lehman College. Ailynn gained experience by working at Floral Park Bellerose Elementary School, Lehman College Speech Hearing Clinic, and Concourse Rehabilitation and Nursing Center. At the Concourse Rehabilitation and Nursing Center Ailynn screened, evaluated, planned and provided therapy for residents with various diagnosis and defects including Dysphasia, Aphasia, Respiratory Failure, Dementia, Alzheimer's Disease, HIV and Trach/Vent patients with Passy Muir Swallowing and Speaking Vales.
Danielle Chichetti received her Bachelor degree from St. Joseph's College and her Master degree from Adelphi in Speech-Language Pathology. Danielle gained experience as a speech teacher at an elementary school on Long Island for students with special needs. At a skilled nursing facility, Danielle provided diagnostic and therapeutic services to adults with dysphagia, neurological degenerative diseases, CVA, Traumatic Brain Injury, aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, Parkinson's disease, and dementia.
Cristina McGee received her undergraduate and graduate degree from Hofstra University. Cristina gained experience working with pediatrics with Autism at Developmental Disabilities Institute during which she provided group and individual ABA therapy. Cristina also has experience working with children with emotional disturbances, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, learning disabilities, and overall speech and language delay during her time spent at James E. Allen Elementary school in Western Suffolk BOCES. She also gained knowledge and experience working with Augmentative Communication Devices such as the Dynavox and NOVA chat. Additional experience was gained working with adults containing neurological impairments at St. Charles Rehabilitation. Cristina treated and evaluated clients with aphasia, dysphagia, right hemisphere damage, and Traumatic Brain Injury.
Kathleen Hackett received her Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Delware and her Master of Arts from the University at Buffalo. During her graduate studies she gained experience working with pediatric, school-aged, and adult populations. Kathleen has worked at Camp ANCHOR, a recreational summer camp for kids with disabilities for 10 years. She provided individual and group therapy to children with receptive and expressive language delays, pragmatic language delays, articulation and phonology issues in grades K-6 at Meadow Elementary School. She also worked as a traveling SLP with Buffalo Hearing and Speech, working with children and young adults doing speech, language, voice and pragmatic therapy. Kathleen has also worked at various nursing homes where she treated clients with aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, traumatic brain injuries, dysphagia, voice and cognitive difficulties.
Nicole Hoefferle received her undergraduate degree from Queens College and her Masters from Hofstra University. Nicole has worked at Saltzman Community Service Center for Speech, Language, and Hearing Clinic, School of Language and Communication Development, McVey Elementary School and Parker Jewish Institute for Health Care and Rehabilitation. At Parker Jewish Institude for Health Care and Rehabilitation Nicole preformed feeding and language therapy for adults and inpatients.
Amy Ishkanian received her undergraduate degree from Pennsylvania State University and her graduate degree from Teachers College, Columbia University. Amy gained experience at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center in the acute care hospital, TBI Unit and long-term care facility. Amy evaluated and treated adults with dysphagia, dysarthria, apraxia, aphasia and cognitive deficits. She treated pediatrics with behavioral and sensory feeding disorders. Amy also worked at EBS Therapy of New York and Cooke Center Academy, where she serviced school-aged children with developmental disabilities, receptive and expressive language delays, articulation disorders as well as fluency disorders. Amy holds a current Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) certification.
Victoria Lee received her undergraduate degree from University at Buffalo and her graduate degree from Buffalo State College. Victoria has experience working with students with speech and language delays, learning disabilities, developmental disabilities, emotional disturbance, stuttering, and cerebral palsy at Buffalo Public School #53. She also has experience working with adults with developmental disabilities, augmentative and alternative communication devices, cerebral palsy, dysarthria, apraxia, aphasia, Autism, Asperger's, and traumatic brain injury at Aspire of Western New York. Victoria also evaluated and treated school aged children and adults with various speech, language, cognitive, and developmental delays.
Lauren Lettieri received her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Marywood University in Scranton, PA. Lauren has experience providing speech therapy for children with Autism and multiple disabilities in a New York City District 75 high school, Eastern Suffolk BOCES, and the All in 1 SPOT with TheraTalk clinic. She has implemented a wide range of Augmentative and Alternative Communication systems throughout her caseload, including PECS and Proloquo2Go. She has performed evaluations and treatment for children with a variety of language, articulation, and voice disorders. Additionally, she has experience providing services for adults recovering from various neurological injuries and illnesses at Transitions of Long Island, an outpatient rehabilitation center.
Shannon Murphy graduated magna cum laude from Iona College with her Bachelor of Arts degree. She received her Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology from Hofstra University. Shannon gained experience working with pediatric, school-aged, and adult populations. At The Hagedorn Little Village School, she worked with pre-school and school-aged children with developmental disabilities and behavioral issues. She gained experience with Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) and Augmentative and Alternative Communication devices. Shannon provided services to the school-aged population at Parkway Elementary School. She worked with students on the Autism Spectrum and learned unique and efficient ways to teach pragmatic skills to her students. She also worked with children with articulation and receptive and expressive language disorders. Shannon also worked at Transitions of Long Island, an adult rehabilitation setting, where she provided therapy for adults aged 16-85, who suffered Traumatic Brain Injuries. While there, Shannon evaluated and treated patients with dysarthria, apraxia, memory, swallowing, voice, and expressive/receptive language disorders. Shannon has also treated children with a variety of feeding disorders implementing the SPOT Feeding Heirarchy. She has worked in private, public, and District 75 schools in Queens and the Bronx, servicing elementary, middle and high school students with a variety of delays and disorders. She is also a Clinical Supervisor at All in 1 S.P.O.T.
Rosemarie (Rosey) Ott received both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Queens College in Speech-Language Pathology. She has experience working with pediatric, school-aged and adult populations. At North Shore LIJ Glen Cove Hospital, Rosey treated and evaluated adults with Aphasia, Apraxia, Dysarthria, Dysphagia, Traumatic Brain Injuries, Parkinson's disease and Cognitive difficulties. As a clinician in NYC DOE schools PS 166 and MS 250, Rosey treated and evaluated children who had Autism Spectrum Disorders, Phonological Disorders, Language Learning Disability, ADHD, Emotional Disturbances, Articulation Disorders and Fluency Disorders. Rosey also worked as a Research Assistant, allowing her to gain ample experience in project organization, data collection and analysis. She has presented research at both the state and national level providing her with the ability to integrate her research and clinical knowledge and apply them to the individual needs of each client.
Emily Pifer received her Bachelor of Science from Baldwin-Wallace University in Ohio, Summa Cum Laude, with a dual major in Communication Disorders and Psychology. She continued her education at University at Buffalo and received her Masters of Arts in Communication Disorders and Sciences. Emily worked at Sisters of Charity hospital and at Meadow Elementary School. She completed bedside swallowing examinations and assisted in modified barium swallowing studies for acute care patients with dysphagia. She also developed and implemented lesson plans for elementary school students with articulation and language disorders in general education, 12:1:1, and 8:1:1 classrooms. In addition to her experiences gained through her education, Emily has worked as an academic tutor, an Applied Behavior Analysis tutor, and an ESL teacher in Haiti.
Monica Pombo received her undergraduate and graduate degrees at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY. She has worked at Building Blocks Developmental Preschool in Commack, NY, St. Johnland nursing center (positioned in the head injury rehabilitation unit), and Smithtown Central School District. She is fluent in Portuguese and has some knowledge in Spanish.
Michelle Schwartz received her Bachelor of Arts in English from Queens College and graduated with a Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Touro College. She has worked with pre-school, school-aged, and adult populations. Michelle worked at Queens Center for Progress (QCP), a preschool for children with developmental disabilities, where her caseload included students with Down's Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Hearing Impairment, and PDD-NOS. At QCP, Michelle provided speech and language services as well as feeding therapy. Michelle then worked at P.S. 193, where she worked with a range of elementary school children with disorders encompassing apraxia to reading comprehension difficulties. Michelle went on to work at Woodmere Rehabilitation and Healthcare Center, where she provided swallowing and speech-language therapy for adults with Aphasia, Dysarthria, Dysphagia, and cognitive-linguistic deficits.
Frieda Shmuel, received her Bachelor of Arts with a dual major in Linguistics and Communication Disorders from State University of New York at New Paltz and received her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology from Adelphi University. She has worked at Broadlawn Manor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, Fred J. Sparke Elementary, and Hy Weinberg Center for Communication Disorders. Frieda worked in a public school setting with children with special needs, grades ranging from kindergarten through 8th grade in the Bronx. Currently, Frieda works in a charter school servicing children kindergarten through 5th grade.
Amanda Stolcz went to Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY for both her undergraduate and graduate degree. She has gained experience at The School for Language and Communication Development in Glen Cove, NY, working with pediatric populations with Autism and other developmental delays; Transitions of Long Island in Manhasset, NY, working with adults and geriatrics who have had strokes, Traumatic Brain Injuries and other cognitive and neurological disorders; and John Street School in Franklin Square, NY, working in an educational setting with children diagnosed with a variety of disorders. She has had experience with PROMPT therapy and Vital-Stim therapy for swallowing difficulties. Amanda currently enjoys working with both children and adults in a variety of different settings.
Danielle Storrie received her Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders from James Madison University. She went on to graduate with distinction from Hofstra University with a Master of Arts in Speech Language Pathology. Her experiences have consisted of both pediatric and adult populations with a wide variety of disorders. At Building Blocks Developmental Preschool, she worked with individuals and small groups (2-4 years old) with receptive and expressive language delays, pragmatic impairments, ASD, and PDD-NOS. She also provided therapy using AAC devices and PECS. During her time in the Half Hollow Hills Central School District, she had the opportunity to evaluate and treat both individuals and small groups of students in grades K-5. There she gained experience with articulation disorders, dysfluencies, voice disorders, ABA and other AAC devices. At Gurwin Jewish Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, s he worked with adults to provide speech, language, cognitive, and dysphagia therapy to individuals with aphasia, apraxia, dysarthria, and dysphagia, secondary to CVA, Parkinson's disease, traumatic brain injuries, and dementia.
Stephanie Torres received both her Bachelors of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology and Masters of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology at East Stroudsburg University. She worked at EBS Healthcare where she utilized the EasyTrac program to develop and update students Individualized Education Programs. Her student's diagnosis ranged from receptive and expressive language disorders, articulation disorders, multiple disabilities, short term memory, fluency disorder, and Autism Spectrum Disorders. During her graduate studies, Stephanie worked in the Parkland school district and at the Riverside Rehabilitation Center where her caseload population ranged from pre-school age to adult. She has also used her fluency in Spanish in various locations.
Athanasia Vasilopoulos received her Bachelor's of Arts degree in Linguistics and Communication Disorders from Queens College and her Masters of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Teachers College, Columbia University. She gained experience working with pediatric, school-aged, and adult populations in I.S 227 Edward B. Shallow Junior High School, Happy Hour 4 Kids Sensory Gym, and The Shield Institute: Adult Day Habilitation Center. She has treated children and adults with receptive and expressive language delays, pragmatic language delays, articulation and phonology, pragmatics, genetic syndromes, and fluency. She has become familiar working with non verbal clients that use AAC devices, including the Dynavox, Proloquo, and EyeMax. She has also attained her Bilingual Extension in Greek and is PROMPT trained.
Sarah N. Viola graduated with honors from CUNY Queens College for both her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees. She gained experience working with 3-5 year-old children at the Whitestone School for Child Development, a preschool serving children with special needs. Here, she addressed receptive and expressive language delays, as well as speech delays (articulation delays, and developmental dysarthria due to Cerebral Palsy). In addition, she has experience in the general education setting at Lakeside and Chatterton Elementary Schools in the Merrick School District. Here, she worked with students with speech and language disorders, including articulation, fluency, and language learning disorders. In addition, Sarah worked with students with Down's Syndrome and Cerebral Palsy at the Merrick schools, using iPad applications for augmentative communication. She has also worked with adult in-patients at the Parker Jewish Institute for Rehabilitation, addressing a variety of acquired speech and language disorders, such as aphasia, dysarthria, cognitive linguistic disorders, and dysphagia.
Faith Waren, completed her undergraduate studies at the State University of New York in 2010. She graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communication Disorders and minored in Linguistics. She then attended Adelphi University where she earned her Master's of Science Degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She worked at the Association for Children with Down Syndrome, Oceanside Public School District, Meadowbrook Health Care Center, South Nassau Communities Hospital, and the Hy Weinberg Center for Communication Disorders. Faith also worked in a public school on Long Island as a kindergarten through seventh grade leave replacement. She is also currently working at a charter school in the Bronx servicing children kindergarten through eighth grade.
Kimberly Woessner, received her Bachelor of Arts degree at University at Buffalo and her Master of Arts at St. John's University. Kimberly has experience working with preschool, elementary, middle and high school students. She has worked in various District 75 schools, where she has utilized her clinical expertise in implementing Communication Devices in classrooms. She has worked with students with a variety of language delays and disorders. Kim has been trained in SPOT's Feeding Hierarchy and has implemented the program with children with various sensory/behavioral feeding difficulties.
Sima Mobasheri is currently the executive office manager at All in 1 SPOT with TheraTalk holding a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business. Sima has been with All in 1 SPOT with TheraTalk for over 8 years. She works closely with Board of Education administrators and parents to provide a smooth transition from the initial IEP meeting to scheduled therapy sessions. Sima's good nature and large heart makes her loved by parents and children. Sima's duties include scheduling, paperwork tracking, and billing. Sima puts her whole heart and effort into her work.
Marilyn Resto is currently the health benefits administrator at All in 1 SPOT with TheraTalk. She has an Associates in Arts degree from LaGuardia Community College and a Bachelor's in Business Administration from Devry College of New York. At All in 1 SPOT, Marilyn manages the day-to-day operations, updates and organizes the medical records, and schedules and coordinates appointments. Marilyn is responsible for verifying patient insurance, completing and submitting insurance claims. She prepares correspondence between therapists and their patients. She also provides quality customer service to patients, greets patients and visitors, answers telephones, and schedules appointments. She also manages email inquiries and answering questions.
Kelly Chan is currently an office assistant at All in 1 SPOT with TheraTalk. She received her undergraduate degree at Queens College, with a major in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a minor in Psychology. She is now working towards her Masters of Arts degree in Speech-Language Pathology from St. John's University to pursue a career, working with the pediatric population. Kelly has strong communication and networking skills which has been a huge benefit to the workplace. Outside All in 1 SPOT with Theratalk, Kelly is a servant-leader and holds various positions within Circle K International to extend her passion for bettering the lives of others. At All in 1 SPOT, Kelly maintains office filing and record keeping systems. She is responsible for assisting Marilyn and Sima in their daily duties.
Rachel Zeleznik is an office assistant at All in 1 SPOT with Theratalk. She is enrolled in her third year at Queens College with a dual major in Communication Sciences & Disorders and Psychology. Having always held an incredible passion for the field of Speech-Language Pathology, Rachel has devoted much of her undergraduate career to working with special needs children in various clinical and research-based settings. She continues to seize each new opportunity with an open mind and a positive, enthusiastic attitude. Rachel helps with insurance reimbursement at All in 1 SPOT.
Alyssa Zulijani is an office assistant at All in 1 SPOT with Theratalk. Alyssa is a senior at Queens College and is graduating magna cum laude with a Bachelor's of Arts in Communication Sciences and Disorders and a minor in Psychology. Alyssa plans to pursue a masters degree in Speech-Language Pathology. She is dedicated and enjoys her time working at All in 1 SPOT. She acts as office receptionist greeting and directing visitors. She also aides in health insurance reimbursement.
Gary Matthesen MPA OTR has been an Occupational therapist since 1972, as a graduate of the Bachelors degree program from Utica College of Syracuse University. Initially beginning work as an OT in day hospital Psychiatry, he has throughout his career worked in cerebral palsy, pediatric physical disabilities, geriatrics, group homes and drug and alcohol rehabilitation. He received his Masters from CW Post in Health Care Administration. Most of his career however, has been spent working in pediatrics. Joining SPOT in early 2011, he brings with him wide experience working with children. Presently Gary is the Director of Occupational Therapy at Lifeline Center, a preschool in Queens NY. Part time jobs include SPOTS and Dove Rehabilitation Services where he has worked specializing in Sensory Integration for over 22 years. Working at Dove he has become certified in the administration and interpretation of the Sensory Integration and Praxis Test. He has taken numerous continuing education courses, as well as having presented such seminars to OT's PT's and ST's. Gary has active student programs and has also guest lectured for local OT schools, professional presentations and "parent nights".
Karla Sibrian, M.S., OTR/L has been an Occupational Therapist since 2007, as a graduate of the Masters degree program from Dominican College. Since then, Karla has worked in school-based settings with pediatrics ranging from age 2 to 21 years of age. Prior to her graduate studies, Karla gained extensive experience working as a certified Occupational Therapist assistant in a psychiatric setting, by working with the pediatric, adult, and geriatric populations for 12 years. She has also been an adjunct lecturer at York College, educating Occupational Therapy students.
Vladimir (Vlad) Sychev, OTR/L, is the lead senior Occupational Therapist in Rutland Nursing Home at Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center. Vlad received his bachelor degree in Occupational Therapy from York College in 1997, and has been practicing ever since. He has been a part of All in 1 SPOT with TheraTalk since 2009. Vlad has extensive experience providing services to the pediatric, adult, and geriatric population in inpatient, out patient and home based settings. Vlad utilizes techniques involving sensory integration, motor planning, and bilateral motor integration. He has experience working with preschool and school aged children with various disabilities including, sensory regulatory disorder, learning disabilities, and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Gladys Materon, RPT, is our head Physical Therapist with over 34 years of experience. She is a NY licensed physical therapist who earned her degree in Physical Therapy in 1979 from the University of Valle in Colombia. She has been the Director of clinics and has worked in several nursing homes. She specializes in pediatric physical therapy. For the past 12 years, Gladys has been providing home and school based services through the Early Intervention program. She is also an independent consultant for the Board of Education, All About Kids, Long Island Center for Child Development, and AlliedMedix. Gladys has credentials and continuous education in Sensory Integration Techniques, NDT, and Ball Therapy.
Constadina Balis, M.S., P.T. began working with All in 1 SPOT with Theratalk in April 2012. Constadina received both her Bachelor of Sciences degree and Master of Arts in 1998 at Long Island University in Brooklyn, NY. She specializes in pediatric physical therapy and has been providing treatment to the pediatric population for over 15 years in various settings including early intervention, hospital rehab, school based therapy, and clinic based therapy. Dina has extensive experience providing services in various patient population including children diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy, Spina Bifida, Autism, Osteogenisis Imperfecta, Familial Dysautonomia, Developmental Muscular Torticollis, Down Syndrome, and Orthopedic Disorders. She also has continuous education in Sensory Integration, NDT, Ball Therapy, school-based treatment therapy and diagnosing and treating Torticollis.
Vasilios Pappas, DPT (Billy) has a bachelor degree in physical education with a focus on exercise physiology and kinesiology. He graduated with honors from NYIT with a doctorate of Physical Therapy. Billy has worked in pediatrics including Early Intervention for over 5 years treating infants with various musculoskeletal and neurological disorders as well as Autism. Billy is bilingual Greek and is certified in CPR and First Aid training.
Why choose All In 1 Spot With Theratalk?
Dr. Gioules’ goal is for her center to provide the most optimal therapeutic practices. She obtained a doctorate at one of the finest institutions to further her knowledge and share with future staff. She invests time, energy and passion in all of her clinical staff as they represent All in 1 SPOT with TheraTalk. The therapists she trains are clinical biproducts of Dr. Gioules and when they have completed their training at All in 1 SPOT they are able to work with various types of disorders and populations.
Dr. Gioules believes that a child’s success only goes as far as the therapist pushes him/her. Dr. Gioules continuously challenges all of her therapists to increase their knowledge base and provide the best therapy possible during each and every therapy session. The therapists that work for All in 1 SPOT with TheraTalk are highly trained, and carefully selected. During interviews for employment at All in 1 SPOT with TheraTalk, detailed clinical and theoretical questions are asked to ensure that therapists are at the top of their field. The therapists are trained to employ a passionate, thorough and intensive approach in therapy and provide each child with a highly individualized treatment plan specific to each child’s unique needs, as well as personalized strategies and goals to foster carryover at home, in school and in their community.
Servicing children of all ages and adults.
Early Intervention Approved Agency.
RSA's from CPSE and CSE accepted.
Accepted by insurances in and out of network.
We accept Medicaid.
PROMPT trained therapists.
LSVT certified therapists.