Rachel Hull

Senior Speech Pathologist

M Sp Path, MSPA, CPSP

Rachel Hull has worked exclusively at Therapy Matters for over seven years since graduating from Griffith University, where she was honoured to receive the prestigious Clinical Excellence award from the speech pathology faculty.

Rachel has had a diversity of experiences at Therapy Matters including clinic services for toddlers to adolescents, school based services for children with speech, language and literacy difficulties and community based services for disadvantaged and vulnerable children in the Murwillumbah region.

Rachel’s previous career in the field of health promotion has reinforced her passion for early intervention and education of members of the community about communication difficulties and their impact.

Rachel is a caring, dedicated and diligent speech pathologist who is keen to work together with parents to meet the needs of children and adolescents with a diverse range of communication and learning difficulties. Rachel is a member of our leadership team at Therapy Matters as a senior clinician developing policies and guidelines to support our high standard of clinical excellence.

Rachel has completed further training in:

  • Key Word Sign
  • PROMPT
  • PODD
  • Sounds Write
  • THRASS
  • Talkabout Social Skills Program
  • MindWing Story Grammar Marker
  • Lidcombe

Rachel sees clients at our West Burleigh Clinic Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays

What’s your favourite toy?

“I love “Pig Goes Pop” as it is such a fun toy to play with. There is always a level of expectation and excitement as you don’t know when the pig’s tummy is going to explode from all of the burgers he has eaten!

Lots of children comment that they have seen this game on YouTube but never played it, so they are excited to have a turn. It also always gives me a cheeky giggle when mums and dads get a shock when pig pops at the end.

This game is also great to work on therapy goals, such as turn-taking, colour concepts, time concepts, creating sentences and even working on our speech sounds… and who wouldn’t love a pig who is a chef!”