Our Team

Mission statement

Our mission is to provide the highest standard of client care whilst incorporating a holistic approach towards diagnosis and management of health, disability and education-related concerns.

We are committed to promoting health, education and intervention to all clients and their families. We do not discriminate in the provision of excellent care and aim to treat all clients and their families with dignity and respect.


Joy Kassouf

Practice Manager
Supervising Speech Pathologist
Clinical Fellow (University of Technology Sydney)
Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology)
The University of Sydney (NSW)

Joy has worked as a speech pathologist with toddlers, children and young people with communication, social and learning difficulties across education, health, and various community services and private practices in Australia. She was also the Project Manager for the Australian standardisation study of a major language assessment tool (the CELF-4 Australian), which was conducted in 2003-2006. Joy has supervised many speech pathology students during their practical training and new graduates as early career speech pathologists. She is also currently a Clinical Fellow at the University of Technology in Sydney.


Laura Ellis

Speech Pathologist
Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology)
The University of Sydney (NSW)

Laura works as a speech pathologist with toddlers, children and young people, with experiences in private practice, schools and community health settings. She works across a range of areas including speech, language, literacy, fluency, social skills and augmentative and alternative communication. Laura is Certified in the Hanen It Takes Two to Talk program and the Sounds-Write program for reading and spelling. She has also completed training on treatment of school-aged children who stutter using Syllable Timed Speech. Laura also supervises speech pathology students during their practical training, and her particular areas of interest include literacy, stuttering, and speech and language disorders in children and young people.


Minami Nakaseko

Speech Pathologist
Bachelor of Applied Science (Speech Pathology)
The University of Sydney (NSW)

Minami works as a speech pathologist with toddlers, children and young people, with experiences in education, private practice and various community health settings. She has also previously worked within a rehabilitation context supporting adults with their speech, language, social and fluency skills. Minami works across a range of areas including speech, language, literacy, fluency, social skills and augmentative and alternative communication. Her particular areas of interest include speech and language disorders, accent modification and stuttering in children and adults. Minami also has an interest in working with people from culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) backgrounds.


Quinn Dang

Speech Pathologist
Bachelor of Speech Pathology
Flinders University (SA)

Quinn works as a speech pathologist with children of all ages, ranging from babies through to young people. She has worked in various settings, including child care centres, preschools, schools and homes. Quinn is trained in the SOS (Sequential Oral Sensory) Approach To Feeding for problem feeders and in the use of PODD (Pragmatic Organisation Dynamic Display) and Proloquo2Go for Augmentative and Alternative Communication. She is a fluent Vietnamese speaker and has a particular interest in supporting early intervention, fussy feeding and families from culturally and linguistically diverse (CLD) backgrounds.