Professor, Speaker, Possibility Advocate giving children, mothers and women the tools to create their voice and uncover all that’s possible.

Possibility doesn’t just happen. We have to expect it, we have to work for it, and sometimes we need a Playbook to help us along the way.

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We are living in an incredible time.

Information is available at our fingertips. We get food delivered to our doorstep in minutes. We fly across the world faster than ever.

And in an era where everything is possible, shouldn’t that apply to you too?

My name is Nicole Kolenda.

and I have spent the last 20 years Creating Voice for Possibilities. As a Speech Language Pathologist, Professor at NYU and mentor for students, clinicians and families, I see myself as a master of inspired communication of sort. It’s truly my mission to use all of my experience and expertise to help you live a life that feels inspired.

Communication is a human right.

Whether I’m teaching graduate students, mentoring other clinicians, working with a child or chatting with a mother, it is a profound honor to help people to find their voice and create new possibilities in their lives.

It’s time for you to see that more is possible for you than you can even imagine.

All Things Possible

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5 Better Questions to Ask Your Child’s Speech Pathologist After a Session instead of “How was it?”

5 Better Questions to Ask Your Child’s Speech Pathologist After a Session instead of “How was it?”

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How to teach possessive pronouns (hint—take your clients perspective!)

Possessive pronouns can be difficult for our young clients who are struggling to learn the rules of language.

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How to Set Your Child Up to Get the Most Out of Therapy—7 Expert Tips

Follow these tips to make these initial experiences successful and, in many instances, propel your child to progress quicker.