For more than 30 years, Dr. Ceska has been in private practice specializing in the development of powerful communications skills within her clients.  These have included television reporters, politicians, attorneys, and corporate executives.  For the client who can't be reached with traditional approaches, Dr. Ceska's expertise is invaluable.  


Dr. Ceska’s specialties are the remediation of regional and foreign dialects, the psychological fear of speaking, and articulation, fluency and presentation skills.   Her concentration in the speech remediation area goes back to 1971, when she administered the Speech and Hearing Center at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. 

Dr. Ceska later helped establish the first speech-language pathology service at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and was named Director of Speech-Language Pathology at the Devereux Foundation in West Chester, Pennsylvania.  She is a former guest lecturer at Columbia University on the diagnosis of fluency disorders in children and adults.  Her Ph.D. was awarded at Columbia in 1984.
Dr. Ceska is also the developer of the Lifetime Awareness Fluency System, a program for the initiation and maintenance of speech fluency in stutterers. She holds a B.S. in Education from Temple University, and a masters in Special Education from Seton Hall University.   She is married and lives in Exton, Pennsylvania.