Diana received her Master of Speech Pathology from La Trobe University and is a practicing member
of Speech Pathology Australia (M.S.P.A).
Diana has experience working with children who have a range of speech, language, learning and
pragmatic communication difficulties, as well as children with formal diagnosis of autism spectrum
Diana is particularly interested in speech sound disorders, literacy difficulties and language delay,
and aims to incorporate evidence-based techniques into engaging therapy. She has completed
training in Cued Articulation, and keeps up to date with research through the International Journal of
Diana has worked in mainstream schools, clinics and home settings with both individual clients and their families. She is passionate about working alongside families to help their children thrive and flourish. Diana believes that children learn best when therapy is engaging and tailored to their
specific needs, interests and goals.