I qualified as a Speech and Language Therapist in 2004, having studied at University College London (UCL) and have vast experience working with adults with speech, language voice or swallowing difficulties secondary to stroke, Parkinson's Disease, MS, MND and other neurological conditions, as well as adults who stammer, have a lisp or have voice difficulties. I am also able to offer individually tailored training in public speaking, communication skills and pronunciation and accent reduction.
BSc (hons) Speech Sciences (UCL) 2004
Master of Research (MRes) Speech, Language & Cognition (UCL) 2009
The way I work:
I use an individualised, goal centered approach to suit the needs of each client whilst using evidence based, specialist speech therapy techniques such as Voicecraft, McNeil Dysphagia Therapy Programme, Accent Method, Lee Silverman Voice Therapy (LSVT), facial oral tract therapy (FOTT), Better Conversations and many more.