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Margot E.Tobias, M.S. CCC/SLP

Pediatric Speech & Language Pathologist


Providing private, individualized speech therapy in a child's natural environment


  • Margot received her Masters of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from Columbia University and has over 20 years of pediatric therapeutic experience.

  • She has devised the speech and language curriculum for the Talking Tots program at the FM Kirby Children’s Center in Madison and trains and supervises teachers in this program.

  • Prior to working in private practice Margot has worked for Morristown Medical Center in their early intervention program and has provided speech therapy in center-based preschool and early intervention programs in New York City.  She is trained in PROMPT, the Hannen Program and in the Affect-Based Language Curriculum (ABLC) developed by Stanley Greenspan and Dianne Lewis.

  • Margot is licensed by the state of New Jersey and is nationally certified by the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association.

  • Margot is a dedicated practitioner who believes every child can learn. Her creative and playful approach is engaging and makes speech therapy fun!

Child In Speech Therapy


Providing personalized, engaging and effective in home speech and language therapy in Summit NJ and the surrounding area. This speech and language approach engages children at home where they are most comfortable and allows for a natural setting that encourages family involvement and empowers parents to carry over therapeutic activities between treatment sessions.

Margot offers speech and language therapy and evaluations and specializes in working with children that have childhood apraxia of speech, autism spectrum disorders, late talkers, expressive and receptive language delays, cognitive impairments, as well as speech sound disorders involving articulation and phonology. She specializes in working with young children in their natural environment and has found that involving parents and caregivers in the therapeutic process leads to quicker change and less therapy sessions needed.

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