Sherry L. Street-Tobin, CCC-SLP


M.A. 1985 Speech-Language Pathology, University of Memphis
B.S.  1984  Speech-Language Pathology, Indiana University 


ASHA Certificate of Clinical Competence, Speech-Language Pathology
NC license, Speech-Language Pathology
Hanen® Certifications:  

  • It Takes Two to Talk - The Hanen Program® for Parents
  • Learning Language and Loving It - The Hanen Program® for Early Childhood Educators/Teachers
  • More Than Words - The Hanen Program® for Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder


Early intervention
Down syndrome
Augmentative and alternative communication
Cerebral palsy 


CSD 5561 – Introduction to Clinical Procedures I
CSD 5565 – Clinical Practicum II
CSD 5566 – Clinical Practicum III
CSD 5569 – Clinical Practicum IV 


Sherry Street-Tobin has worked in the field of Speech Language Pathology since 1985 and has been a Clinical Educator in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders since 1991. Sherry coordinates the Thomas O. Eller Preschool Language Classroom (PLC) a therapeutic classroom for children with communication disorders and associated conditions where group and individual therapy services are provided in a natural environment. 

In her role as the PLC coordinator, Sherry provides speech-language evaluations and therapy to children with associated medical or genetic conditions, neurodevelopmental disorders, craniofacial disorders, hearing loss, deafness and developmental delays. As a Clinical Educator, she provides clinical training to graduate level student clinicians who are assigned to the PLC. Sherry also regularly facilitates It Takes Two to Talk - The Hanen Program® for parents.

Sherry has served as a guest lecturer for courses within the Communication Sciences and Disorders Program as well as courses in Psychology, Family and Consumer Sciences, and Reading. She has presented at the local, state and national levels in her areas of expertise. 

Title: Clinical Educator, Speech Language Pathology
Department: Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders

Email address: Email me

Phone: (828) 262-6070

Fax: (828) 262-6766

Office address
University Hall, Room 141