About Our Team

Bianca Chaney

Principal Speech Pathologist 

Bianca loves seeing children communicate successfully. She is a firm believer in early intervention and is passionate about providing evidence based speech therapy that is fun and effective. She holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Speech Pathology with Honors. She is a certified practising member of Speech Pathology Australia.

Bianca has worked in not-for-profit and private settings and has a special interest in providing specialist literacy, speech and language support. In additional to working with children with language delays, she is experienced in working with children with complex, developmental needs including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Disorder/ Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ ADHD), Global Developmental Delay (GDD) and Intellectual Disability (ID). Bianca believes in providing holistic therapy and liaises regularly with her client’s teaching staff, allied health and medical teams. 

Kristy Townsend

Speech Pathologist

Kristy is Certified Practicing member of Speech Pathology Australia and holds a Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours) and a Bachelor of Communication. She is passionate about play-based therapy and helping children to reach their goals through fun and engaging therapy.

Kristy has a special interest in paediatric feeding, speech sounds and literacy. She has experience working with children with a range of complex developmental needs and disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Global Developmental Delay (GDD). Kristy loves to work closely with families and multidisciplinary teams to support her clients.

Kristy loves learning and is constantly engaging in professional development to ensure her therapy approach is evidence based and inline with current best practice. She loves spending time with her husband and two kids, exploring Perth and enjoying a good coffee.

Keely Galvin

Speech Pathologist

Keely is a Speech Pathologist who enjoys working with children and families to reach their communication goals. She is is passionate about providing innovative and engaging speech therapy to children. She holds a Bachelor of Speech Pathology with Honours and is a Certified Practicing Member of Speech Pathology Australia. Keely has worked with a range of complex needs, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Language Disorder and Attention Deficit Disorder / Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

Keely’s particular areas of interest include providing therapy to children with hearing difficulties and social skills difficulties. She is a firm believer in providing parents and caregivers with the knowledge they need to support their child’s language development.

Natara Brown

Speech Pathologist

Natara’s passion for working with children began with her Primary School Education degree from the University of Notre Dame and teaching English as a Second Language overseas, before completing a Bachelor of Speech Pathology with Honours from Curtin University.

She is a Certified Practicing Member of Speech Pathology Australia and is trained in a number of speech pathology programs including, Hanen: It takes two to talk for late talkers, the Lidcombe Stuttering Program and Picture Exchange Communication (PECS).

Natara has worked in private practice and is experienced in delivering speech pathology interventions for children accessing the NDIS, as well as children with a range of different diagnoses and presentations, including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Language Disorder, Intellectual Disabilities, Dyslexia, Articulation Disorders and Stuttering. Natara is particularly passionate about working with parents in early intervention, empowering them with the knowledge to support their goals.

Carissa Chui

Speech Pathologist

Carissa graduated from the University of Sydney with a Masters in Speech and Language pathology. She is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist (CPSP) with Speech Pathology Australia.

Carissa has worked with children and adults with varying communication and swallowing difficulties in a range of settings including schools, hospitals and the community. She has had experience working as a Disability Support Worker and a Speech Pathologist in the disability sector, supporting children and adults to achieve their potential and lead a good everyday life.

As a former educator from Singapore, Carissa is passionate about working with children and teenagers. She believes in family-centred practice, ensuring that clients and their families are supported and empowered throughout their therapy journey.

Leila Nur Riskiyandi

Therapy Assistant

Leila is in her second year of Speech Pathology at Edith Cowan University. She holds a degree in Linguistics and Arabic Studies.

Leila is a busy Mother of four who enjoys spending time with her children. She is passionate about providing fun and engaging interventions to children of all ages.