Bethany E

Speech Pathologist (she/her)
Lives on Djabwurrung land

Being heard is Beth’s hope for every person. She loves supporting people to be curious in realising their authentic expression and to share their unique offering with our world. Her specialist skills working with young children and families creates meaningful connection and enhances communication skills. Beth is experienced in working with NDIS participants and in online environments. With ten years’ experience as a speech pathologist in rural Australia across a diverse range of people throughout the lifespan, Beth’s skill in innovation and creativity helps clients and teams achieve the best outcomes in a way that is engaging, fun, compassionate and meets people where they are.

Beth has experience in working in early intervention, kindergarten, school, supported accommodation, community, inpatient, rehabilitation, and aged care settings. Beth graduated from Flinders University with Honours where she focussed on working with children with complex communication needs and portable tablet technology. She has additional training in areas such as Hanen-It Takes Two to Talk and The Lidcombe Program.

Beth is also a yoga, meditation, and embodiment facilitator. She loves exploring natural landscapes and creating enriching experiences as she travels and learns with people.

– Early Childhood Intervention
– Receptive and expressive language
– Speech disorders
– Social and emotional development
– Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)