Master of Science, Speech-Language Pathology, University of British Columbia.
Bachelor of Arts, Speech Sciences & Human Geography, University of British Columbia.
Claire received both her Bachelor of Arts, and Masters of Science in Speech- Language Pathology from the University of British Columbia. She is a registered clinician with the College of Speech & Hearing Health Professionals of BC (CSHBC) and is a current member of Speech- Language and Audiology Canada.
Prior to working as a speech-language pathologist, Claire worked as an education assistant and a speech-language pathology assistant for pediatric populations. These early work experiences developed Claire’s special interest in working with school-aged populations, and children with developmental differences. Additionally, Claire has clinical experience working with adult and paediatric populations for a variety swallowing, communication, language, and speech disorders. As a speech-language pathologist, Claire enjoys supporting clients at each step of the way to best meet their individual social and academic communication goals. Claire provides services to clients of all ages, and she is passionate about getting to know her clients and incorporating their unique interests to create a meaningful and motivating therapeutic environment.
Born in Calgary, AB, Claire moved to the west coast to pursue her education. Outside of the clinic Claire enjoys reading, cooking, playing the banjo, and biking around to explore the beautiful city of Vancouver!