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Welcome Sonia

Welcome Sonia

Welcoming Sonia Dubb, Toronto-based Speech-Language Pathologist and newest member of our team. Sonia applies her multicultural background to her accent and fluency therapy for bilingual speakers, which is just one of the reasons that made her an excellent match for Well Said: Toronto Speech Therapy's clients and our clinical team. 

Welcome Alyssa

Welcome Alyssa

Welcoming Alyssa McCarthy, Toronto-based Speech-Language Pathologist and newest member of our team. Alyssa brings experience in speech therapy for adults, voice therapy for singers, transgender voice and communication training and executive functions therapy, which made her an excellent match for Well Said: Toronto Speech Therapy's clients and clinical team. 

4 Things People Call Speech-Language Pathologists

4 Things People Call Speech-Language Pathologists

"Speech-Language Pathologist" - It is a respected and regulated title, and also a mouthful. It is intended to communicate that we have a registration with an established professional body, which is a great thing. It showcases the words: speech and language, yet fails to mention social skills, communication skills, attention, memory, stuttering, accent cognitive skills, reading and writing.