Erica Lester, M.S., CCC-SLP

Erica Lester,
M.S., CCC-SLP

Erica Lester, M.S., CCC-SLP

Director and Speech Language Pathologist

Erica Lester is the owner and clinical director of speech language pathology programs at Talk Time, Speech Language Therapy. Erica’s passion for helping others coupled with her enthusiasm for working with young children as a Speech-Language Pathologist serves as the foundation of Talk Time’s core values and standards. Erica’s determination and steadfast desire to change the delivery of speech-language therapy into a delightful experience for children and their parents has been proven to be successful and is the goal for every child’s treatment program.

Erica received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Indiana University-Bloomington and a Master of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from Seton Hall University. Erica is a highly qualified speech language pathologist:

Erica has extensive experience in various areas of the speech, language and hearing disorders/mechanisms including Apraxia, Articulation, Attention Deficit, Auditory Processing, Augmentative Communication, Developmental Delays, Neurogenic Disorders, and Sensory, Social and Behavioral Deficiencies. Erica’s special interests include treating children with disabilities, autism and autistic like behaviors as well as working with children that have language and learning disabilities, expressive and receptive language delays, articulation concerns, auditory processing issues, phonological disorders and limited social skills.Erica’s proven clinical experience is a result from working in private schools, public schools, early intervention and private practice settings.

In addition, Erica has taught as an adjunct professor for the Department of Speech Language Pathology at Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ. She developed and instructed an introductory course to communication disorders for prospective speech pathology graduate students where she formulated and integrated curriculum as well as mentored and advised undergraduate learners.

Erica is proud of the dedicated and highly qualified speech-language pathologists who work for her. She enjoys teaching and collaborating with them along with learning from them.