First name and NAME Anna KECHICHIAN KHANJI
Date and place of birth 23/7/1984, Ottawa, Canada
Nationalities Lebanese, Canadian, Armenian
Marital status Married
Details of contact:
Telephone Cellular: 03-823006
Private clinic: 01-398844
E-mail email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org Address Clinic: Ashrafieh, Hôtel Dieu street, Nasr building, 2nd floor Home: Baabda, François El Hajj street, Kechichian building UNIVERSITY EDUCATON
June 2020 (expected date)
PhD in Language Sciences, University of Toulouse II, France. June 2016
Master’s Research Degree in Speech Therapy, Saint-Joseph University, Faculty of medicine. Beirut, Lebanon.
Diploma in Speech and Language Therapy, Saint-Joseph University, Faculty of medicine. Beirut, Lebanon.
"Basic Life Support" Certificate issued by the Lebanese European Academy of Emergency Medicine (valid till 2021). Beirut, Lebanon.
Training on "Learning Disabilities in Mathematics: problem solving", certified by Anne Lafay, French Speech-Language Pathologist and Doctor of Experimental Medicine. Beirut, Lebanon. June 2018
-Training on "Educational Toolboxes" as part of the teaching practices for universities, certified by the University of Toulouse III, France.
-Training session entitled "Discovering what is learning to teach more effectively", certified by the University of Toulouse III, France.
-Training entitled "Know how to present yourself in 3 minutes in front of a recruiter", certified by the PROGRESS team. Toulouse, France.
-"Project management training", certified by the PROGRESS team. Toulouse, France.
-Training on "Theatrical practices for didactics", certified by the University of Toulouse III, France.
Training on "Oropharyngeal dysphagia: from screening to management and instrumental evaluation", certified by Tarek Féghali, President of the Lebanese Association of Speech Therapists and Dr. Nayla Matar, ENT Phoniatre. Beirut, Lebanon. February 2015
Seminar on parental guidance, certified by Isabelle Barbier, French Speech Therapist. Beirut, Lebanon.
Seminar on swallowing impairment and oro-facial functions: diagnosis and rehabilitation, certified by Gille Leloup, French Speech Therapist and Doctor in Language Sciences. Beirut, Lebanon.
July 2008-April 2010
Seminar on the development and the pathology of logical and mathematical activities, certified by Cogi’Act, French professional team. Beirut, Lebanon. April 2008
Seminar concerning Stuttering, certified by Mirna Zabbale, Lebanese Speech Therapist. Beirut, Lebanon.
Submitted for publication in February 2020
Scientific article entitled "A Pilot Visual-Spatial Working Memory Training Protocol in Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder".
Arabic book concerning learning disabilities addressed to parents and educators entitled: ّمّية - دليل الأهل والفريق التّعليمي
الّصعوبات التّعل غوي
Poster presentation entitled "Executive Functions and Spelling: Development and Linkage in Lebanese Bilingual Children from Grade 2 to Grade 4" in the Spring of Educational Research. Paris, France.
Lebanese and French scientific bachelors, Notre Dame de Jamhour College. Beirut, Lebanon. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
June 2006-till now
Private Care Clinic, Ashrafieh: facing Hôtel Dieu de France Hospital (taking in charge children and adults presenting stuttering, learning disabilities or oral language impairment). August 2018-till now
Mount Lebanon hospital, Hazmieh: Inpatients and Outpatients, Children and adults rehabilitation
(neurological disorders, voice or swallowing impairments). November 2019
Training provided to educators and speech therapists at LDPA and Ciet training centers concerning the following topics: executive functions, bilingualism and reasoning skills. March 2017
Antonine University, Baabda: Established a speech therapy department in the faculty of public health; project presented to the Lebanese Ministry of Education and Higher Education. November 2016-Janvier 2017
Trainings provided in Beirut municipalities to parents and educators about the following topics: oral language, written language, reasoning skills and executive functions. October 2010-June 2018
Gutenberg School, Baabda: Educational coordination and following patients presenting learning disabilities.
April 2011-June 2013
Lycée Franco-Libanais, Verdun : Rehabilitation of children presenting an impairment or a delay in oral or written language and coordination with teachers and parents. July 2011- June 2013
Healthy Children’s Clinics, Hadath: Early intervention and rehabilitation of oral and written languages.
October 2010- June 2013
Inclusion Clinics, Badaro: receiving patients with oral and written difficulties. August 2008-August 2009
Learning Center for the Deaf, Baabda: Early intervention program with deaf children. September 2006-August 2008
The Philanthropic Association for Disabled Care, Nabatieh: Intervention with patients from all ages presenting difficulties in oral and written languages, stuttering, or language impairment due to neurological disorders, and with patients presenting voice or swallowing impairments. September 2006-September 2007
Kafaat, Notre Dame School, Hadath: Intervention with children and teenagers presenting deafness, intellectual deficit, oral and written language difficulties. June 2006-June 2007
Intervention with private patients, adults, presenting language impairment and swallowing difficulties due to neurological diseases, in different hospitals: Hôtel Dieu de France, Mount Lebanon, Notre Dame.
LANGUAGES AND COMPUTER
- Arabic, English and French: oral and written.
- Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint.
Member in the Lebanese association of speech therapists ALO.
*References, recommendations and diplomas are provided upon request.