All our psychologists are members of the Australian Psychological
Society and our practictioners are fully qualified professionals
A Speech-Language Pathologist is an allied health professional that is educated to assess, and provide therapy to people who have communication difficulties. Speech Pathologists encompass all aspects of communication including verbal, writing, reading, signs, symbols, gestures and body language. Communication difficulties in children, adolescents and adults can present as speech sound difficulties, expressive (expressing) or receptive (understanding) language difficulties, voice impairments, fluency difficulties (stuttering), feeding and/or swallowing difficulties, literacy and/or learning difficulties, difficulties with social skills, and use of multimodal communication.
Speech –Language Pathologists use formal (standardised) and informal (observational) assessments to identify the presence or absence of difficulties with:
Psylutions For Development are registered under the NDIS to provide prescription for: behaviour support, support co-ordination, therapeutic supports and early intervention supports.
The dragonfly is featured throughout the practice and symbolizes going past self-created illusions that limit our capacity to grow and change. Their colours are a result of reflecting and refracting light and are reminders that we can also reflect the light of others and let our own light shine.