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I have over 20 years' extensive experience of treating adults with a wide variety of acquired voice, speech and language disorders in the NHS.
As well as individual therapy I offer training and support for families,carers and teachers. I work closely with family members of those affected by brain injury and am training to be a systemic practitioner.
I take an active interest in current research developments, and coordinate a specialist clinicians' professional development group. I have several years' NHS experience of supervising colleagues and therapy students. I have presented work at the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists Conference. I am passionate about supporting people to find their potential to communicate effectively in day to day life.
Areas of interest
Acquired speech, language or cognitive communication disorders.These might result from stroke, brain injury, or many other neurological conditions.
Support and training in managing communication disorder to individual, carers and family members using a systemic approach.
Voice disorders including hoarse voice, vocal nodules, weak voice, difficulties projecting voice, and functional voice problems.
Training to professional voice users, eg teachers, speakers, clergy to prevent further voice difficulties.
Transgender voice feminisation
Current NHS consultant posts held
NHS Specialist Bank Speech and Language Therapist. Bury St Edmunds
Acquired Language and Voice Disorders.
Currently undertaking postgraduate study in Systemic Therapy and using a holistic, family systems approach to interventions where appropriate.
Running, walking, creative hobbies.
Speech Therapy in Practice
Affiliations / memberships
British Aphasiology Society, British Voice Association,
Post treatment communication
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