Stephanie Mohr

Speech Pathologist

M Sp Path, B Fine Arts, B Arts, MSPA, CPSP

While Stephanie obtained her speech pathology degree in Australia, she has worked for the last five years in Canada. She has dedicated her career to supporting young children (0 – 5 years) in both her own private practice and in hospital clinics. She has clinical interests in all communication difficulties and disabilities, particularly autism. She has comprehensive experience supporting the regulation and sensory needs of her clients so that they are ready and connected to support communication.

Stephanie is so excited to be returning to Australia to live and work. She is looking forward to meeting families and working together with them. Stephanie’s strengths are in connecting with children and partnering with families to achieve outcomes using a holistic family-centred approach. She is a friendly, bubbly, energetic and engaging therapist. Stephanie brings flexibility, positivity, and a passion for lifelong learning to her work as a speech pathologist.

Stephanie became a fully qualified speech pathologist in 2018.

She has done further training in:

  • Hanen “More Than Words”

  • Hanen “It Takes Two to Talk

  • PECS

  • PODD

Stephanie works at the ACE Program on Mondays (fortnightly) and The Southport School (Preparatory School) on Fridays. She is at our West Burleigh Clinic on Mondays (fortnightly) and Tuesdays. She visits St James and our Murwillumbah clinic on Wednesdays.

What’s your favourite toy?

Fishing is such a fun activity!

When you fish with a speechie there are so many things you can catch. Sometimes there are certain sounds in the fishing pond, and other times there might be new words and other language concepts to catch.

Most children need quite a bit of repetition learning a new sound or word and fishing helps keep that repetition fun and interesting.