About Our Program
Mark Corallo, MA CCC/SLP, is proud to present: The Creative Arts Speech Therapy Lab, an integrated virtual arts program that combines the principles of speech and language therapy, social skills, artistic development, imagination and creativity.
The main goal of The Creative Arts Speech Therapy Lab is to help students develop communication skills, meaningful peer relationships and the understandings of technology in a safe, fun and nurturing environment. All classes are taught by experienced and skilled teachers and licensed therapists who love to help students have a blast.
The Creative Arts Speech Therapy Lab is happy to support students of all learning abilities in an inclusive learning environment during this time of Covid-19.
About the Founder
Mark Corallo, MA CCC/SLP
Mark Corallo is a speech-language pathologist, writer, director and actor who believes in supporting social skill and language learning experiences through artistic and creative activities for children with communication deficits.
Mark’s approach to speech and language intervention focuses on tapping into the individual interests of his students to create meaningful and engaging experiences with peers and adults.
As a specialist in social skills and pragmatic language, Mark’s goal is to help his student’s develop relationships and use their language and communication skills throughout engaging, fun and therapeutic environments.
Currently Mark conducts individual and group based therapies through The Creative Arts Speech Therapy Lab in New Jersey. In addition, Mark is the director of Creative Communicators which is a 501-C 3 organization. Creative Communicators provides students near and far the opportunity to enroll and engage in live theater based performances. Please see www.creativecommunicators.net for more information.
As an avid public speaker, Mark has had the opportunity to present alongside Dr. Jed Baker who has written several books around social skill interventions. In addition, Mark has presented alongside Dr. James Catterall at the Kennedy Center on the topic of theater and social skill development. In addition Mark has presented to parent groups and educators in Mumbai India to support families, teachers, and therapists in understanding students learning and communication needs who are on the Autism Spectrum. Mark has consulted for a variety of school districts in the area of supporting skill interactions within the classroom setting. Here he supports classroom teachers and speech-language pathologists in bringing instruction and social interactions together.