Meet the Team

Our experienced clinicians specialise in particular areas of Speech Pathology and all work under the Centre’s core commitment of genuine individual care. We undertake regular external professional development as well as onsite training.

Many of our clinicians specialise in the assessment and management of children diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Anne Khlentzos
Anne KhlentzosBSpPath (UQ), PG Dip Ed St, MSPA, CPSP
Anne has extensive experience assessing and treating school-aged children with literacy, speech and language difficulties. She has undertaken additional training in The Spalding Method and has attended professional workshops including Talk for Writing, Sounds-Write phonics program, and Lindamood-Bell’s Seeing Stars and LiPS programs. Anne’s special interest areas are in helping children with literacy difficulties, lisps and tongue thrust swallows.
Madeline Nendick
Madeline NendickBSpHLSc, MSLP, MSPA, CPSP
Madeline enjoys assessing and treating clients in the areas of speech, language, literacy, stuttering, and social skills. She is particularly interested in working with school-aged children and adults. She is happy to see clients both in the clinic and via telehealth. Madeline has completed training in Hanen: It Takes Two to Talk, Sounds~Write, the Spalding Method, and Talk for Writing. Madeline has a lifelong love of language, cultivated when living in Europe for five years. She speaks French and Flemish conversationally and has studied Latin and Ancient Greek. In her spare time, Madeline enjoys spending time with friends, playing games, and reading.
Allison Stevens
Allison StevensBAppSc, MSPA, CPSP
Allison has extensive experience in the treatment of school-aged children with literacy and learning difficulties, with an emphasis on upper high school students.
Rebecca Baxter
Rebecca BaxterBSpPath, MSPA, CPSP
Rebecca has OVER 20 years experience as a paediatric speech pathologist.
Matilda (Tilly) Stevens
Matilda (Tilly) StevensBAncHist (Hons), MA Arch - Tutor
Tilly has nearly a decade of experience tutoring upper high school students with a particular focus on Years 11 & 12. Tilly predominantly focuses on the English syllabuses (from Standard to 4-Unit) but also assists with History (Ancient, Modern, Extension). She teaches students how to interpret questions, write a structured response, study skills and general writing skills. Tilly studied Ancient History at Macquarie University before undertaking a Masters in Archaeology at the University of York in England. She then worked as an archaeologist in Europe for five years, predominantly England and Italy. She now works as a heritage consultant in addition to being a tutor.