Ellen Golden is a licensed and certified speech pathologist. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Secondary Teaching Certificate in Speech Communications from the University of Michigan and a Master of Science degree in Communicative Disorders from San Francisco State University.

Ms. Golden’s training in Pronouncing English as a second language qualifies her for the specialized field of accent reduction for non-native speakers.

Prior to establishing her own practice in San Mateo, Ms. Golden worked for 12 years in a Los Altos-based diagnostic and therapeutic center for disorders of Communication and Accented English.

In addition to her clinical competency working with all speech, language and learning disabilities, her unique background in voice compliment her professional treatment of patients with voice disorders. These include disorders affecting pitch and loudness, which are often caused by hypertension and misuse and abuse of voice.

Ms. Golden enjoys working with children and adults of all ages. She is compassionate, caring and provides a supportive and nurturing environment. She is available to consult with physicians, educators, and administrators. Potential clients include individuals experiencing speech, language, learning, and voice disorders, and accent modification.



Licensed by the State of California Board of Medical Examines

LVST LOUD Trained Clinician

Awarded the Certificate of Clinical Competence

Member, American Speech-Language and Hearing Association

Member, San Mateo County Speech-Language-Hearing Association



Master of Science in Communicative Disorders, San Francisco State University

Secondary Teaching Certificate in Speech Communications, University of Michigan

Bachelor of Arts, University of Michigan