Christine Hogan Henk

Christine Hogan Henk

Clinical Speech/Language Pathologist


 207 Rackham Building


 Communication Sciences and Disorders

Christine Hogan Henk

Christine Hogan Henk, PhD, is a part time faculty member at Wayne State University. She presently teaches the graduate course: Language Development and Disorders: Infants and Preschool Children.

Dr. Hogan Henk also works as a clinical speech pathologist at the Glovinsky Center for the Child and Family where she offers evaluation and treatment of children’s language disorders as well as ongoing support to families.

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

Dr. Hogan Henk’s main area of interest includes developmental language disorders. Her dissertation involved: A Comprehensive Case Study Analysis of Emotion Regulation, Co-Regulation, Surgency, Effortful Control and Parent-Child Interactive Imaginative Play, Reflected in Family Functioning When One Child is Experiencing a Neurodevelopmental Disorder of Relating and Communicating.


B.A. - Communication Sciences and Disorders, M.A.- Communication, Ph.D. -Infant and Early Childhood Development, Licensed and Certified Speech-Language Pathologist (CCC-SLP) Member, American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) Member, Michigan Speech Language and Hearing Association (MSHA)

Courses taught by Christine Hogan Henk

Fall Term 2022