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Suzanne Evans Morris, Ph.D. is a speech-language pathologist with New Visions near Charlottesville, Virginia. With more than 60 years of clinical experience, she is nationally and internationally known for her work in identifying and treating young children with pre-speech and feeding disorders.


Dr. Morris maintains a practice that includes direct clinical work, continuing education workshops, development of clinical materials, and clinical research. She is the owner and director of New Visions, which sponsors innovative workshops for the teaching of feeding-related skills, and provides family-oriented clinical services.

Dr. Morris received her B.A. in Logopedics and Education from the University of Wichita in 1960 and her M.A. (1962) and Ph.D. (1970) in Communication Disorders from Northwestern University. She has studied Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT) approaches extensively in England, Switzerland, and the United States. She is an active member of the Professional Division of The Monroe Institute and has explored the use of the binaural beat auditory guidance system, Hemi-Sync, for the past 40 years.


Dr. Morris has published dozens of articles in major journals, and is the author of the Pre-Speech Assessment Scale, a rating scale for the measurement of pre-speech behaviors in children from birth through two years, and co-author of Pre-Feeding Skills: A Comprehensive Resource for Mealtime Development, 2nd edition, the Mealtime Participation Guide,  the Homemade Blended Formula Handbook and A Criança Não Quer Comer (in Portuguese: The Child Who Does Not Want to Eat)

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