Dominique Weston

Speech Pathologist
Lives on Gadigal land (she/her)

Dominique has a wealth of experience working across paediatric, adolescent and adult clients. Dominique establishes strong rapport with clients through attentive listening and exploration of clients  goals and needs. Dominique enriches therapy sessions by incorporating stimulating activities tailored to the client’s interests, ensuring engagement and progress. Dominique prioritises collaborating within the client’s multidisciplinary team, NDIS support workers and coordinators, family and support network to achieve the most effective therapeutic outcomes. Dominique uses a client centered and neurodiversity  affirming approach to ensure that clients feel supported and valued. 

Dominique has experience working in private practice, in Primary and High Schools in the UK (the NHS) and Australia (NSW Department of Education) and has been working 1:1 with NDIS clients online for four years. Dominique received a first class Honours Degree from the University of Sydney and has 11 years of Speech Pathology experience. She has also undertaken volunteer work supervising New Graduate Speech Pathologists in Vietnam. Dominique loves dogs, practicing yoga and traveling around the world.


  • Paediatric language delays/disorders
  • Speech sounds, stuttering and literacy (reading, spelling and phonics)
  • Social communication
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder and neurodiversity affirming therapy
  • Adolescent and adult disorders, AAC and Down Syndrome