Ba(DramArts), M(SpPath), Ba(Arts) MSPA, CPS
Sally is a voice and performance consultant, speech pathologist and an actor.
She trained at the Victorian College of the Arts (Acting), graduating in 1995, and remains active as a performer in the Melbourne theatre scene. Sally is also an alumnus of the University of Sydney (Fine Arts and Theatre Studies), and Trinity College, London (Associate Diploma in Speech and Drama). Pursuing her interest in voice, Sally completed a Master in Speech Pathology at La Trobe University. Since graduating in 2010, she has worked as a speech pathologist and voice clinician, diagnosing and managing a range of speech, language, fluency, swallowing, voice and upper airway disorders. Sally has worked in private hospitals, inpatient and home rehabilitation, aged care facilities, and as a clinical supervisor and voice clinician at La Trobe Communication Clinic. With a particular interest in the management of voice disorders, Sally worked diagnostically alongside Laryngologists at Melbourne Voice Analysis Centre and as a voice clinician at Voice Medicine Australia in East Melbourne for 4 years. She has been a delegate at Voice Foundation in Philadelphia (2013), PEVOC (Pan European Voice Conference) in Florence, Italy (2015) and Laryngology Society of Australasia (2012, 2014, 2016). Sally is a Certified Practising Member of Speech Pathology Australia and is also a member of Australian Voice Association and the Laryngology Society of Australasia.
In addition to her speech pathology practise, Sally works with professional and non-professional voice users such as singers, radio and television presenters, senior executives and CEOs, teachers, voice over artists, lecturers, lawyers, and actors, to assist them with achieving vocal ease and improved vocal expression.
Sally brings her expertise in the areas of voice production, care, diagnosis and management; as well as her extensive and ongoing performance history, to her work as a voice and performance consultant. She offers her clients the opportunity to become extraordinary communicators.