Amy E. Booth, MA, CCC-A

Amy Engler Booth she/her/hers


340 Dunn Hall

Amy Booth teaches courses for graduate and undergraduate students in audiology and in audiologic rehabilitation. She is the director and supervisor of the Audiology Clinic where graduate students participate in hearing evaluations, assistive listening device consultation and counseling. Before joining the University of Maine, Ms. Booth provided clinical audiological services in a variety of settings including private practice, acute and rehabilitative settings and the Menninger Clinic in Topeka, Kansas. She came to the University of Maine from the Republic of Panama where she was the Chief of Audiology at Gorgas Army Hospital.


  • MA (1987) Kent State University
  • BA (1987) Kent State University


  • CSD 301: Introduction to Clinical Audiology
  • CSD 588: Audiologic Rehabilitation
  • CSD 686: Clinical Practicum: Audiology

Association Memberships

  • American Academy of Audiology (AAA)
  • American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)
  • Maine Academy of Audiology (MAA)