Marijke set up CATTS (Clinical Assessment Therapy & Training Services) in 2009 so that she could help people access speech and language therapy without long waiting lists. She loves helping families reduce children's frustration, to make learning fun and to relieve parents' anxiety about their child's speech and language skills. She also likes helping adults who has voice difficulties, which impacts on their work.
Jennifer has more than 20 years experience in Speech and Language Therapy. She received her undergraduate degree from Syracuse University in New York before qualifying with her master's degree at the University of Texas at Dallas. She worked in Texas in the United States before moving to Ireland in 2005.
Louise loves working with children. She has experience working with children with Language Delay, Developmental Language Disorder, Selective Mutism, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome, Stammering and Speech Sound Disorders. Louise also has experience delivering training to parents and education staff. Louise has received training in delivering PECS and Palin Parent Child Interaction therapy for children who stammer.
Imogen has worked in a variety of settings including working in schools, specialist centres for children with complex needs and in private clinics. Imogen has also worked with adults in hospitals and brain injury centres. She has a special interest in working with people who are members of the deaf community or are hard of hearing.
Anneline graduated as a speech and language therapist from the University of Cape Town in South Africa. She worked in a reading school and in private practice before moving to Ireland. Anneline has a special interest in literacy and dyslexia and loves to boost children’s self-esteem as part of the therapy process.
Joe is the CATTS Practice Manager and Administrator for the CATTS website and Facebook Page. You can contact him to report any broken links, suggestions or requests to him by email.