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Our Services

What we treat

Children with SLCN who live in rural and remote areas are often at a disadvantage when accessing speech and language therapy. 

Speech Therapy

Mable’s clinical services are based on the unique needs of each individual student. Mable supports pupils with a range of speech, language and communication difficulties including:

  • Developmental Language Disorder
  • Autism and social communication difficulties
  • Hearing Impairment
  • communication difficulties associated with SEMH
  • Speech sound delays and disorders
  • fluency and stammering

Candidacy for receiving services via Mable are assessed prior to initiating services.

Counselling

We are proud to provide online counselling for pupils in school using Mable’s award-winning technology. We offer a safe and therapeutic online environment for counselling which can support children and young people to manage all types of emotional difficulties and challenging life circumstances.

Our team of counsellors are highly qualified and experienced practitioners with a passion for providing counselling to children and young people.

  • Anxiety
  • Relationships
  • Panic Attacks
  • Family breakdown
  • Depression and low mood
  • Bullying
  • Self-esteem
  • Abuse
  • Identity
  • Bereavement
  • Sexuality

A few of our therapists

We have a huge network of over 50 counsellors and speech therapists, here are a few of our in-house team.

Martha Currie
Clinical Director

Passionate about speech and language & the use of technology in healthcare. Martha has written the national guidelines for telepractice for the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapy (RCSLT) Martha has also worked at Guys & St Thomas, various NHS and private practices and lectured in universities around the UK.

  • NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS
  • HEARING IMPAIRMENT
  • VERBAL DYSPRAXIA

Alicia Lynch
Head of Speech and Language

Specialist in social and communication skills. Alicia is especially enthusiastic about providing speech and language therapy to children with behavioural difficulties and seeing the benefit it can bring.

  • SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL, MENTAL HEALTH (SEMH)
  • SOCIAL COMMUNICATION
  • SECONDARY PLUS

Rebecca Wilson-Walsh
Head of Counselling

Rebecca holds a degree in Counselling and a Masters degree in Clinical Psychology. She is passionate about raising the profile of emotional wellbeing issues and making mental health information and support more accessible to everyone.

  • STRESS AND ANXIETY MANAGEMENT
  • DOMESTIC ABUSE
  • DEPRESSION AND MOOD DISORDERS

Emily Woodhouse
Speech Therapist

Emily is a diligent, insightful therapist bringing her exceptional skills in Speech and Language therapy to each family she works with. Emily is particularly passionate about working with children with profound learning needs and has undergone further training to support this client group.

  • SPEECH SOUNDS
  • DEVELOPMENTAL LANGUAGE DISORDER
  • AUTISM SPECTRUM CONDITION

Jane Barker
Counsellor

Jane brings many years of Counselling experience in both education and well-being at work. She loves focusing on the promotion of mental health and well being with the goal always for the client to live the fullest life possible.

  • ANXIETY AND PANIC ATTACKS
  • WORK RELATED STRESS
  • RELATIONSHIP DIFFICULTIES

Laura Griffiths
Counsellor

Laura holds a Masters Degree in Counselling, and offers a wealth of experience of counselling both staff and private clients. Laura believes passionately in the positive difference that counselling can make to people’s lives, both personally and professionally.

  • STRESS AND ANXIETY MANAGEMENT
  • ANGER MANAGEMENT
  • RELATIONSHIP DIFFICULTIES AND COMMUNICATION

Elly Gilbert
Speech Therapist

Elly qualified as a Speech and Language Therapist after completing a Masters of Medical Science in Clinical Communication Studies at the University of Sheffield. Elly has a broad range of experience working with child speech, language and communication needs between the ages of 18 months and 18 years, both in the UK and in Singapore. 

  • SOCIAL COMMUNICATION
  • SEMH
  • SPEECH SOUNDS

Julie Cota
Speech Therapist

Julie studied to become a Speech and Language Therapist at Newcastle University and has extensive experience of working with a range of children with Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN) in a variety of settings. 

  • SPEECH SOUNDS
  • DLD

Emma Butterworth
Speech Therapist

Over the last 10 years, Emma has worked as a Speech and Language Therapist in the NHS across a wide range of clinic, preschool, school and specialised settings. In more recent years, Emma has enjoyed working with secondary-aged and older students who may have SEMH, in addition to speech, language and communication needs.

  • SEMH
  • DLD
  • SOCIAL COMMUNICATION

Sue O’Malley
Speech Therapist

Sue qualified as a Speech and Language Therapist in 2002 and gained a Masters in Early Childhood Studies and Early Years Teacher Status. As well as working as a Speech and Language Therapist in several schools and clinics, nurseries and children’s centres, she also teaches on Higher Education programmes relating to children’s learning and development.

  • SPEECH SOUNDS
  • DEVELOPMENTAL LANGUAGE DISORDER
  • DYSPRAXIA

Louise O’Toole
Speech Therapist

Louise qualified as a speech and language therapist in 2000 and has since worked in a variety of settings and has specialised with clients with hearing impairment/deafness for the last 12 years. As well as being passionate about improving outcomes and promoting deaf awareness for this group of clients, Louise is also interested in working with children with language and speech sound difficulties.

  • HEARING IMPAIRMENT
  • SPEECH SOUNDS
  • DLD

Lorraine Bamblett
Speech Therapist

Lorraine qualified in 2002 and since this time has worked in Community Clinics, Sure Start Centres, Mainstream and Special Schools. She is also trialling a new therapy for persistent Speech Sound Disorders and is always looking for innovative ways of working with children to improve outcomes.

  • DLD
  • FLUENCY
  • APD

Katie Cooke
Speech Therapist

Katie is a supportive and empathetic therapist, bringing enthusiasm and fun to all of her sessions. She has a range of experience working with children across early years settings, mainstream and specialist schools. Katie enjoys working closely with staff and families.

    Heather Graz
    Speech Therapist

    Heather has 25 years of experience working with communication, literacy, sensory processing and swallowing difficulties in special needs education, public and private healthcare contexts in the UK and South Africa. Qualified as a Speech-Language Therapist and Audiologist, Heather has a Masters degree in the impact of auditory processing disorders and spelling.

      Ruth Spafford
      Speech Therapist

      Ruth is experienced in working with children with Autism, speech delays, language delays, dysfluency  and behavioural issues. She has worked with children and young adults aged 3 to 21 years. Ruth aims to ensure a fun and individualised session for each child.

      • FLUENCY
      • DLD
      • SEMH