Publications and News
Publications and Presentations
Beryl Adler coauthored Counseling in Communication Disorders: Facilitating the Therapeutic Relationship, Slack Inc., 2017 with Cyndi Stein-Rubin.
Gail Gurland published her first middle grade children’s novel, The Secret Files of Phineas Foster, London: Austin Macauley
Publ. Ltd. 2016.
Gail Gurland published her second book, turning her attention to beginning readers with real-life tales of early childhood. Olives, Where are You?, Austin Macauley Publishers LLC, September 25, 2018.
Gail Gurland published her third book, about an imaginative child who takes it upon herself to find out as much as she can about words and how to use them. Emily Fisher- Word Maven, Austin Macauley Publishers LLC, October 30, 2019.
Beryl Adler, Leda Molly, and Gail Gurland have edited and coauthored three books in the highly acknowledged Vocabulary Power Series, published by Play Bac Publishers. Reading: Kindergarten brings phonics and sight recognition together to enhance children’s early reading; Sounds- A-Likes introduces children to homonyms and homophones in a delightful and easy to learn format to increase reading comprehension; Raining Cats and Dogs helps children and adults discover the idioms that color our everyday language. These entertaining and engaging books are available through amazon.com as well as barnesandnoble.com
Beryl Adler has presented her work on counseling and the therapeutic relationship, language processing, and classroom management for children with language and learning difficulties to numerous professional groups throughout the NYC area.
She coauthored the chapter Counseling and Interviewing for the Speech-Language Pathologist, A Guide to Clinical Assessment and Professional Report Writing in Speech-Language Pathology, with Cyndi Stein, edited by Stein-Rubin and Fabus, published in 2012 by Cengage Publishers.
Leda Molly has spoken to groups of teachers in both mainstream and special education schools in New York City on the topics of language acquisition, auditory processing and executive function deficits, and their impact on academic performance.
In collaboration with Dana Buchman she has presented “Navigating Your Child Through the Maze of Learning Disabilities” to parents at the Manhattan Jewish Community Center.
She served as a professional consultant and contributor to A Special Education, One Family’s Journey Through the Maze of Learning Disabilities, a memoir by Dana Buchman, published by DaCapo Press in 2006.
Gail Gurland has presented at numerous state and local conferences and symposia including PTACH, the Board of Jewish Education, and the NYC Branch of the International Dyslexia Association on the topics of language and learning disabilities.
She authored the chapter Speech and Language Disorders, in the Handbook of Special Education, edited by A. M. Burstzyn, published by Praeger in 2007.
She coauthored the revised chapter Assessment of Language Disorders in School-Age Children, A Guide to Clinical Assessment and Professional Report Writing in Speech-Language Pathology, with Klara Marton, edited by Stein-Rubin and Fabus, to be published in 2017 by Slack Publishers.