Certification and Licensure
Temporary License Speech-Language Pathologist, North Carolina
ASHA Clinical Fellow
Voice and upper airway disorders
Natural Language Acquisition/Gestalt Language Processing
Language delays & disorders
Natural Learning Environment
Auditory Processing Disorder
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Traumatic Brain Injury
Basic sign language
Eden Yaacobi grew up in Miami, Florida, and is now living in the Durham area. She received a Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders with a minor in Diversity and Social Inequality from the University of Central Florida in Orlando. She completed her master’s in Speech-Language Pathology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Eden has clinical experience working with kids of all ages in a variety of settings including private practice, daycares, home visits, hospital, outpatient, schools, as well as with teletherapy. Eden loves partnering with families to ensure that therapy is both functional and personal. She holds cultural responsiveness at the forefront of her practice and celebrates the diversity of each client. Her therapy approach is evidence-based, neurodiversity- affirming, and child-centered. Drawing from how young children learn best, play is the foundation of her therapy sessions. She aims to foster a positive, supportive environment that builds confidence in children and their families.
In her free time, Eden finds joy and fulfillment in curling up with a good book, experimenting with new recipes in the kitchen, music, and spending quality time with loved ones.