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Our People

Anne Grogan 

B.App. Sc. (Speech Pathology), MSPA, CPSP

Anne is a qualified speech and language pathologist with over 30 years of experience. She has worked in a variety of public clinics, including Mt Wilga Rehabilitation Centre and Community Health Centres but has spent the last 25 years in private practice. Anne has extensive experience in working with literacy, ADHD and auditory processing difficulties using the Lindamood and Visualising Verbalising Programs to improve reading, spelling, listening and comprehension skills. She has a particular interest in tongue tie, dyspraxia and severe articulation disorders. She has been a clinical supervisor for Sydney University and a speaker and advisor to the Down Syndrome Association.


Anna McKenna 

Bch. App. Sc. (Speech Pathology), MSPA, CPSP 

Anna has extensive experience working as a Speech Pathologist and has a special interest in the areas of early intervention and disability. Anna has worked within a range of settings in Australia and in Ireland, where she lived and worked for 10 years as the Senior Speech Pathologist of an early intervention team.  Anna’s experience includes working with children with a range of disabilities including Autism, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy and intellectual disability, as well as children presenting with developmental delay and general speech and language delay.  After many years working closely within an interdisciplinary team with a range of health professionals, Anna provides a holistic approach to early communication development and her specialist skills lie within early intervention (0-8 years).   Anna is trained in the use of Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), the TEACCH approach, Hanen It Takes Two to Talk program, Makaton and the use of alternative and augmentative communication (AAC), Therapeutic Listening, the Diagnostic Interview of Social Communication Disorders (DISCO), Floortime and Sensory Integration.


Jasmine Harris


Jasmine specialises in assessing and treating preschool and school-age children with speech, higher-level language, and literacy difficulties. She has experience working within schools to provide assessment and therapy for both primary school and high school students with a range of language, speech, stuttering, social skills, and literacy difficulties. She has experience administering the Lidcombe Program for stuttering. Jasmine also has significant experience and success conducting sessions remotely via the internet (Teletherapy). Her background includes working with clients with autism spectrum disorder, developmental language disorder, and clients with hearing impairments. She has completed workshops in Key Word Sign, Sounds-Write literacy program, and has attended Speech Pathology Australia National Conferences to stay up to date with the latest research. Jasmine is passionate about her continued professional development to ensure she is providing evidence-based practice in a functional and fun environment to support clients and their families.


Wendy Gracie


Wendy is a qualified Paediatric Speech and Language Therapist with over twenty years of experience. She has predominantly worked in the UK in a variety of community and school settings, assessing and treating preschool and school-age children with a range of speech, language, and communication needs. She has extensive experience in working with children with hearing loss and cochlear implants, in an interdisciplinary team. Wendy is a Spalding-trained therapist. The Spalding Method is a total language arts approach, providing instruction in spelling, writing, listening, reading decoding and comprehension, punctuation, grammar, and vocabulary.


Lauren Brincat 

MSuicidology Griff BA(Psych)Hons BEd(Sec:HumSocSc) Syd MAPS JP

Lauren is a Registered Psychologist (Generalist) working with children & adolescents. She graduated from the University of Sydney in 2009 with honours in psychology and a specialisation in school counselling and english teaching. In 2019, she completed a Master of Suicidology (with Distinction) through Griffith University + Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention.

With 10+ years experience as a school counsellor with NSW Education, Lauren has strong skills in the areas of psychological and educational assessment, working collaboratively with families to provide targeted interventions for children and adolescents with a variety of needs including specific learning disorders, anxiety, depression, self-harm and developmental disabilities. She also has extensive experience working with academically and intellectually gifted children. Lauren utilises elements of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy and Solution Focused Brief Therapy with her clients to work towards positive change. Her compassionate child-centred approach assists to develop trust and rapport with younger clients while assisting parents to support their child’s emotional wellbeing. 

Lauren is a qualified secondary English teacher, and a parent of two boys. She is a member of the Australian Psychological Society and is registered with the Psychology Board of Australia / Australian Health Practitioner’s Regulation Agency (PSY0001733547). Lauren is a Medicare registered provider (Provider No. 5375851X).


Caroline Fewtrell 

(B. Speech Pathology (Hons.), MSPA, CPSP)

Caroline specialises in treating and assessing children of preschool and school-age with speech, language, and literacy difficulties. She has gained experience in conducting the IDL computer program, a multi-sensory approach to improve reading and spelling. She also has experience in teaching children and teenagers to use the assistive literacy program Clicker-7, experience administering the Lidcombe Program for stuttering as well as running groups-based language therapy in schools and in the clinic. She is a Hanen: It Takes Two To Talk ® certified therapist. Caroline has an interest in feeding difficulties in children and has completed training courses with Sarah Starr.  Caroline is dedicated to delivering quality, evidence-based practice to all clients. Caroline is also recently trained in PEERS for young adults, which is a group-based approach to working on social and interactional skills.


Erinn Lyon 

(B. Speech Pathology (Hons.), MSPA, CPSP)

Erinn specializes in assessing and treating preschool and school-age children with speech, language, and literacy difficulties. Erinn has experience in administering the Lidcombe Program for stuttering as well as experience in running group-based language therapy. She has gained experience in conducting the IDL computer program, a multi-sensory approach to improve reading and spelling. Erinn has also completed the Seven Steps to Writing Success course and is a Spalding-trained therapist. The Spalding Method is a total language arts approach, providing instruction in spelling, writing, listening, reading decoding and comprehension, punctuation, grammar and vocabulary.

Erinn is now proficient in working with children experiencing orofacial myology difficulties.


Brianna Tuckerman 



Brianna graduated from Macquarie University with a Masters in Speech and Language Pathology. She also completed a Masters of Mental Health Practice in 2018. Brianna is a representative for Speech Pathology Australian working in the Early Careers reference group, Private Practice working groups, and Advocates for the Speech Pathology Profession. She has experience conducting the Lidcombe Program for stuttering, REST intervention for Apraxia of Speech, running group-based language, social skills, and pre-literacy intervention. Brianna is interested in working with individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and therapy targeting social skills, stuttering, voice disorders, and speech sound development. She has completed professional development in expressive writing, literacy, and voice therapy, including the Seven Steps to Writing Program, Sounds-Write Literacy Program, and the LSVT Loud Voice Program. Brianna is highly motivated and passionate about the positive changes that speech therapy can produce in our clients.


Tess McLean

B. Education (Primary)

Tess McLean is a Primary Teacher with ten years of experience working in different primary schools including Kincoppal Rose Bay and Queenwood School for Girls. Tess provides specialist tutoring for all of the Key Learning Areas but is particularly passionate about supporting students with Literacy and enhancing their writing skills. Tess uses the Seven Steps writing program to inspire students to not only improve their writing skills but also to develop a love for writing. This program isolates writing skills into individual steps to ensure that students don't get overwhelmed with writing the whole piece. Tess works with students both individually and in groups and allows students the time to enhance specific skills, such as planning and editing, which the classroom curriculum doesn't always allow time for.




Our receptionists Janiece Bate, Megan Brown, and Sheree Bownes are available to take your calls and answer your queries about your child. Janiece and Sheree have been working in our practice for a number of years and have an excellent understanding of business management and the needs of clients. 

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