Gabrielle Bent, B.App.Sc (Speech Pathology), CPSP, has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Speech Pathology and is a practicing member of Speech Pathology Australia. She has over 30 years experience working in this area. Gabrielle has experience with caseloads ranging from speech to language, literacy, fluency and voice disorders.
She has expanded her knowledge through attendance at workshops and various courses throughout the years.
Gabrielle has previously worked at Royal Far West Children’s Health Scheme, Ryde Hospital and Glenda Browne Speech Pathology. Gabrielle enjoys working with children and their families to assist them in developing functional communication skills so that they reach their full learning potential and become effective communicators for life.
Michelle Thompson-Laing, BSpHrgSc, MClinAud, MSpPath C.P.S.P. has worked with families and children for many years, initially as an audiologist and now as a speech pathologist, having recently completed a Master of Speech Pathology. She holds a Bachelor of Speech and Hearing Sciences, a Master of Clinical Audiology and a Master of Speech Pathology. In addition, she is trained in Sounds-Write and Orton Gillingam literacy, SOS feeding, ABA (applied behaviour analysis), PBS (positive behaviour support) and Secret Agent Society (social skills).
Michelle loves working collaboratively with families and engaging children in a fun and supportive environment. She is a local Northern Beaches resident and has three young kids of her own.