Catherine is a certified practicing member of Speech Pathology Australia, with a Master of Speech Language Pathology from the University of Sydney. She is dedicated to delivering compassionate and engaging person-centred care, which has a real impact on improving the quality of life of her clients.
She has clinical experience working with children and adolescents in the areas of speech, language, social communication and fluency (stuttering). Catherine enjoys collaborating with families, teachers and support workers to meet functional therapy goals.
Her experience extends to working with adults who have difficulties with communication and swallowing, in acute hospital and rehabilitation settings. She has a special interest in providing engaging and functional therapy for adults with neurodegenerative conditions and neurological impairments (particularly stroke).
Prior to completing her studies in Speech Pathology, Catherine worked for many years in a variety of roles in the information technology industry. She also holds an Honours degree in Psychology from the University of NSW. Her diverse experience assists in the delivery of innovative, holistic care to her clients.
Outside of her work as a speech pathologist, Catherine is Mum to two children. She loves spending time with her family, reading and listening to an eclectic range of music.
Catherine is committed to engaging in continual professional development to ensure she is delivering high quality, evidence-based practice to her clients.