Lee Morra is a clinically certified speech-language pathologist practicing in Washington, D.C. He holds a Master of Arts in Speech-Language Pathology from George Washington University and a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders from Ohio University.
Since beginning his career in speech therapy, Lee has worked with adult and pediatric clients from diverse cultural, linguistic, and socioeconomic backgrounds in a variety of settings. While completing his master’s degree, he had the opportunity to see patients at Children’s National Hospital Northern Virginia Outpatient Center, where he evaluated and provided therapy to children with a range of disorders, including receptive and expressive language disorders, speech sound disorders, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, cleft lip and palate, and stuttering. At Ohio University, Lee developed expertise in accent modification while working two years with native speakers of Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Spanish, and Arabic. This opportunity allowed him to assist clients from diverse linguistic backgrounds improve their intelligibility in English and employ strategies independently. His training continued at George Washington University, where Lee worked with native speakers of Kurdish, Farsi, and Spanish.
As a clinician, Lee’s areas of concentration include the assessment and treatment of both adults and children with a variety of communication disorders, including expressive and receptive language disorders, stuttering (as well as other fluency disorders, such as cluttering), speech sound disorders, disorders in social aspects of communication, and cognitive and language deficits resulting from stroke. Other areas of professional interest include public speaking and accent modification.
Lee is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) and is licensed in Washington D.C.