Stephanie Hill

Speech Pathologist

B Psych Sc, B Bus, M Sp Path, MSPA, CPSP

Stephanie comes to Therapy Matters with a distinguished record of academic achievement, obtaining Griffith University Academic Excellence Awards in both her Master of Speech Pathology degree and her Bachelor of Psychological Science/Bachelor of Business dual degree. Stephanie completed her final clinical placement with Therapy Matters, when she impressed our team and clients with her diligence, enthusiasm and strong commitment to reflective practice and lifelong learning. Stephanie has worked exclusively at Therapy Matters since graduating.

Stephanie has a warm, kind, and supportive nature. She is extremely passionate about making a difference in the lives of her clients and is driven to provide effective client-centred care. She strives to provide fun and enjoyable experiences that help clients achieve their goals. She is dedicated to advocating for her clients and supporting families. She is looking forward to helping children with a wide variety of speech, language and literacy needs. She has a particular clinical interest in the area of stuttering.

Stephanie became a qualified speech pathologist in 2022.

She has done further training in:

  • Key Word Sign


  • Colourful Semantics

  • Sounds-Write

Stephanie works at our  West Burleigh clinic on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays (fortnightly) and Somerset College on Thursdays.

What’s your favourite toy?

All toys related to the Very Hungry Caterpillar are my personal favourite. The Very Hungry Caterpillar is a beloved book that most adults and children are familiar with. It is a classic piece of literature that many enjoy reading. Incorporating this colourful creature in therapy sessions makes the book come to life, which is highly engaging for children.

Having the ability to act out scenes from the story with a toy caterpillar or create caterpillar crafts makes storytelling fun! The story can be used to target days of the week, plurals, vocabulary, conjunctions, story-telling and so much more.

“The Very Hungry Caterpillar story is about hope. You, like the caterpillar, will grow up, unfold your wings, and fly off into the future.” – Eric Carle