About me

I graduated from De Montfort University, Leicester in 1997 with a BSc Honours degree in Human Communication; Speech and Language Therapy


Since then, I have worked in both the NHS and in Education in a variety of settings such as clinics, schools and language units.

I now enjoy working independently and set up talking2gether in 2013 offering a flexible and easily accessible service to parents and schools.


Who I help

I work with children in the mid Sussex area.  I accept referrals from parents, schools and other professionals.  I offer help to children experiencing difficulty with:

  • Attention and listening

  • Articulation - problems forming the mouth shapes and movements for speech

  • Phonological delay/disorder - difficulty hearing the difference between speech sounds or replacing some sounds with others making their speech unclear

  • Receptive and expressive language delay/disorder - difficulty understanding and following instructions or answering questions, remembering words and their meanings or sounding muddled when speaking in sentences

  • Social Communication difficulties - difficulty joining in with play, learning the rules of conversation eg. taking turns, making eye contact, misunderstanding feelings or facial expressions, jokes and sarcasm

Qualifications and Registration

BSc(Hons) Human Communication: Speech and Language Therapy

I am required by law to be registered with the Health and Care Professions Council. I must adhere to strict professional guidelines regarding continuing professional development and receive regular supervision in order to maintain this registration.

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Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists


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Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Independent Practice


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Health and Care Professions Council



Disclosure and Barring Service (formally CRB)

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Information Commissioner's Office