Megan Smith, B.A. (Hons.), M.Sc.A. SLP (Reg. CASLPO), SLP(C).
Megan Smith, B.A. (Hons.), M.Sc.A. (Reg. CASLPO), is a Toronto-based speech-language pathologist who works with clients to achieve their most important communication goals. She has an internationally recognized certification with Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC) and works in the areas of stuttering/fluency, voice, lisps, social skills, accent, and professional communication training, as well as voice and communication training for transgender and gender non-conforming clients.
Megan believes that her clients are uniquely qualified to set and achieve their own goals, and structures her practice as a partnership between client and clinician. She provides knowledge of speech, language and recent clinical research in the field, while her clients bring knowledge of their current abilities, goals and values. She enjoys working collaboratively as part of the Well Said team.
Her work as a speech-language pathologist is further informed by prior experience working on social skills with clients with ASD as well as her history of public speaking in paid positions and community groups. She is committed to deepening her clinical skills and has received additional training in a number of training programs, including Voice and Communication Training for the Transgender Voice.
Megan holds an undergraduate degree in psychology from Memorial University and a Master’s degree in speech-language pathology from McGill University. She is registered as a speech-language pathologist with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists of Ontario.
Ms. Smith is currently accepting new clients for:
- speech therapy
- lisps and "R" sounds
- voice therapy, including transgender and gender spectrum voice
- social skills therapy
- professional communication training
- accent modification
- stuttering (adult fluency)