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Christa Slezak-Schindler


Christa Slezak-Schindler (born September 10, 1926 in Kassel ) is a German speech artist, reciter, and speech therapist. After completing her studies in Dornach, Christa Slezak-Schindler worked as a speech artist at the Free Waldorf School at the Kräherwald in Stuttgart. She founded linguistic therapy, through which she developed Rudolf Steiner's research in the humanities and the artistic linguistic activity of Marie Steiner-von Sivers into a general educational path. She is the author of fundamental publications on speech formation and its application in language education and speech therapy.

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Author's Books

Mercury Press Series

Speech and Memory

The Art of the Spoken Word—Therapeutic Aspects