Mary Marasovich


Oahu, Hawaii


Graduated from California State University, Stanislaus with a masters in speech pathology and a special education credential. I brought my experience in the public schools, hospitals, private practice and home health with me to Hawaii in 1986. Some of my specialized training includes PROMPT (Prompts for Restructuring Oral Muscular Phonetic Targets), the Lidcombe Stuttering Program, Lindamood/Bell Visualizing and Verbalizing, SpeechEasy anti-stuttering device dispenser, various accent modification programs, and continuing education in many areas. Over time I have developed many special interests which currently include Autism related disorders, Auditory Processing, Apraxia, Cleft Palate and Stuttering. I believe in patient driven treatment with family involvement and use approaches that fit the individual. I have a passion for all things speech related and contribute to the future of my field by training master’s level interns and clinical fellows from all over the world. In January of 2015, I completed a Clinical Supervision CEU course to sharpen my skills. I served for many years on the Queen’s Cranio Facial Board and provided video voice studies at Straub Hospital.