Andrew is a caring and friendly speech pathologist who is passionate about communication.
He is the principal speech pathologist and director at Unity Speech Pathology.
Andrew enjoys working with school aged children and adolescents. He has a special interest in language, speech, literacy, and social communication development.
Andrew holds a Master of Speech Pathology from Flinders University. He is a recipient of the Speech Pathology Association of Australia Prize for outstanding academic and clinical achievements.
Andrew is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist (CPSP) and member of Speech Pathology Australia.
Andrew values ongoing learning and development. He is Hanen certified and a registered Sounds-Write Linguistic Phonics Practitioner.
Andrew has worked in regional and metropolitan centres. He values diversity and has worked with Indigenous and migrant communities. He also has experience as a research assistant in Singapore and an English teacher in Japan.
Andrew has worked in private practice, schools and youth detention. He has also worked in aged care, disability, and rehabilitation settings.
Andrew is a practical clinician that loves working with people. He has also had some academic work published.
When Andrew isn’t wrestling with his two year old son, Alexander, he tries to keep fit by training in kettlebell sport. He also likes trying new productivity and organisation strategies to squeeze the most out of his time.
Myf is a friendly and dedicated speech pathologist who is passionate about working with children, young people and their families to meet their communication goals. She has a special interest in speech, language and social development of school aged children. Away from work, Myf enjoys being active with her children, and exploring the beautiful bushland around Canberra.
Myfanwy (Myf) holds a Master of Speech Pathology from Charles Sturt University. She is a is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist (CPSP) and member of Speech Pathology Australia.
Myf is a new graduate speech pathologist. During her studies she has worked with children and adults in hospitals, schools and community clinics. Myfanwy is also a Registered Nurse and holds qualifications in child and family health. She has a wide range of experience working to improve the health and wellbeing of children and young people in school and community settings.
Myf is passionate about working in partnership with children, young people and their families to help them achieve their communication goals.
Myf enjoys spending time with her three children, family and friends.
Myra is a caring speech pathologist who values working together with children and their families to develop their communication skills. Myra enjoys working with young children and has an interest in early speech and language development through to the primary years of schooling. Myra prides herself on making therapy sessions engaging and functional to achieve the best outcomes for her clients.
Myra holds a Master of Speech Pathology from Charles Sturt University and a Bachelor of Applied Science. She is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist (CPSP) and member of Speech Pathology Australia.
Myra is a new graduate speech pathologist. During her studies she worked with children and adults in multidisciplinary clinics, hospitals and community centres in metropolitan and regional areas. Myra has a range of experience including supporting teachers as a learning support assistant within many Canberra schools.
Away from work, Myra enjoys the outdoors and tries to make the most of the summer months in the sun. She enjoys travel, art and immersing herself in new cultures and languages.
Ritu is a passionate Allied Health Assistant (AHA). She has a special interest in working with school-aged children to build their speech, language, and social skills to support participation at school and in daily life. She is mindful of the sensory needs of children and believes in play-based learning.
Ritu is a current Master of Speech Pathology student at the University of Canberra and has joined the team as an Allied Health Assistant while she completes her studies.
Ritu’s personal experience has helped her to develop an empathetic understanding of the challenges faced by parents of children with additional needs. She is enthusiastic, and keen to learn and practise the skills she is acquiring as part of her studies while assisting the team in the clinic.
Away from work, Ritu enjoys spending time with her kids and family, travelling, reading books on consciousness and mindfulness. She also loves practicing yoga and meditation in her free time.