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Boy Playing with Blocks

About Me


Qualifying in 2021, I started my career in a specialist ASD and Social Communication needs secondary school in Surrey. Working closely with other therapeutic and teaching professionals, I honed my skills in delivering both small group and 1:1 SLT sessions. My therpay sessions covered topics such as problem-solving, functional community communication and relationships and sex education (RSE). 

Looking to develop my skills in supporting a wider range of young people, I moved to my next role at another specialist school in the area. Here I have had the opportunity to provide therapy to support self-awareness, social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) and neurodiversity-affirming topics. 

With a passion to make SLT input accessible to all, I chose to start providing independent services in the East surrey area. 

My Approach

No two children are the same; neither are two children with the same 'diagnosis'. With that in mind, my therpeutic approach is holistic, bespoke, child-centred and collaborative. 


I am a neurodiversity-affirming practitioner and want to use my profession to equip young people with the knowledge and skills to advocate for their needs to change the narrative around what it means to be neurodiverse. Helping young people to understand themselves and what they can offer to their community is at the core of my therapy. 


I am always seeking to better my knowledge and skills and regular attend Continuing Professional Development (CPD) events and training sessions to ensure the therapy I deliver is evidence-based and empowering. 


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