Leonie is the principal of Tech Speaking and loves working with all clients to achieve the best possible communication outcomes. She enjoy working with both children and adults with communication or swallowing difficulties taking a family centred approach.
She has a Masters in Speech Pathology and is a Hanen trained speech pathologist qualified to lead It Takes Two to Talk. Leonie has completed further training in delivering Lidcombe therapy for children with stuttering difficulties.
"I have worked in educational settings as well as in private practice and am able to work with children and adults both in small groups or as individuals to achieve the best communication outcomes with them."
Having worked in the school environment as well as in private practice, Harriet brings along fresh ideas and experience in supporting young and school-aged children with a variety of needs. She values working in collaboration with parents and carers, as well as school staff and other specialists to support the child and their needs in everyday life.
Harriet holds a Masters in Speech Pathology, and has a background in psychology.
"I strongly believe in the empowering roles that parents and educators play in nurturing the development of social skills, language skills and literacy in all children. It is wonderful working with children and their families to foster their development and communication skills, and witness the change and delight it can bring to them.”
Caitlin has enjoyed working in a diverse range of environments providing speech therapy within schools and preschools in Sydney and now in private practice in Brisbane. Caitlin has had extensive experience working with children with a number of communication concerns. Her clinical strengths include providing therapy for children with stuttering, speech disorders, early language, school aged language and social skill delays and literacy difficulties. Caitlin values developing close relationships with families and strongly believes that goal setting should be completed in collaboration with the family.
Caitlin holds a Bachelor of Speech and Hearing Sciences and a Masters in Speech and Language Pathology