Caitlin is passionate about celebrating diversity, and enjoys supporting people of all ages to access their fundamental right to communication. She enjoys collaborating with families, educators, carers and other health professionals to ensure holistic person-centred care for her clients.
Caitlin has experience assessing and treating children and young people with speech, language, literacy and social communication difficulties; as well as supporting the unique strengths and needs of neurodiverse populations. She is trained in PROMPT therapy for motor speech disorders, The Hanen It Takes Two to Talk program for early language and the Lidcombe Program for stuttering treatment. Caitlin works with adults in outpatient neurological rehabilitation, assisting with speech and language challenges following stroke and brain injury.
Caitlin also has experience providing voice therapy for adults with voice disorders, as well as vocal modification for transgender and gender non-conforming clients. With a degree in linguistics, Caitlin also has a special interest in foreign languages and accents, and enjoys working with culturally and linguistically diverse populations to meet their pronunciation or accent modification goals.