Elle holds a bachelors degree in Speech Pathology. She has experience working in rural and remote communities as well as working with children with a range of disabilities. Elle has a keen interest in Autism and early language development in children aged 2 - 6 years old. Elle has extensive experience working within school settings and enjoys working as part of a team with families, teachers and other allied health practitioners.
Elle is a current Certified Practising Speech Pathologist registered with Speech Pathology Australia. She is trained in Lidcombe (the gold standard therapy approach for stuttering in Australia), Sounds Write (an evidence based literacy program). Elle is PROMPT trained (oral motor therapy approach) and also has training in DIR Floortime (Play and relationship building in children with Autism) and uses Hanen therapy approaches (an early language development therapy approach).
Elle is an enthusiastic therapist who keeps learning fun and motivating for her children. She works closely with families to ensure a holistic approach to therapy which ensures our little ones are able to reach their greatest potential.
Holly has a Master of Speech Pathology from Curtin University and is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist registered with Speech Pathology Australia.
Holly is experienced in providing client-centred and evidence-based therapy with children, adolescents and adults in the areas of language, literacy, speech and stuttering in local metropolitan schools and clinic-based settings. She has a particular interest in working with children with Autism and Global Developmental Delay diagnoses.
Holly has experience working with children in small-group and individual settings and enjoys working collaboratively with families, teachers, and other allied health practitioners to help children achieve their potential. She is trained in Sounds-Write (an evidence-based literacy phonics program) and Hanen-More Than Words and TalkAbility.
Olyvia has a bachelor’s degree in Speech Pathology from Curtin University and is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist registered with Speech Pathology Australia.
She has experience working in local metropolitan schools and clinic-based settings, providing therapy to clients of all ages, in the practice areas of speech, language, fluency, literacy and multimodal (AAC). Olyvia is trained in Sounds Write (the gold standard literacy program in Australia) and Hanen - More Than Words (Early Language Development in Children with Autism).
Olyvia enjoys working as part of a team, with teachers and other allied health practitioners.
Olyvia is passionate about making learning fun and supporting her children to achieve their goals. She is motivated to work closely with families to develop strong therapeutic relationships and ensure a holistic approach to therapy is provided.
Rhona holds dual qualifications as a certified practising speech pathologist and early childhood/education support teacher. She earned a Masters of Speech Pathology from Curtin University.
With significant experience in school settings, Rhona has specialised in literacy development, with training in evidence-based approaches such as Sounds-Write, LETRS (Language Essentials for Teachers of Reading and Spelling) and Talk for Writing. Rhona's keen interests include dyslexia, autism and early language development. She emphasises practical and engaging learning experiences to ensure therapy is effective and enjoyable for all.
In her approach, Rhona values a holistic perspective, working closely with families, teachers and other allied health professionals. She believes in the practical application of therapy, extending its impact beyond individual sessions to encompass the broader learning and social environments of the children she works with.
Unfortunately our waitlist for new clients at our Calista clinic is currently closed. We look forward to reopening this as soon as we can.