Megan completed her undergraduate degree in kindergarten and elementary education at McGill and loved learning about the education system here in Quebec. She enjoyed her time teaching and learning from the multidisciplinary teams in schools.
She eventually decided to pursue a Master’s degree in speech-language pathology with a minor in audiology at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia, where she focussed her clinical experience on pediatric populations.
Megan continues to work full time in schools and finds that working in both the public and private sphere allows her to have unique understanding of how each system works, giving her the opportunity to support students across different settings.
She believes in following children’s lead and taking a play-based approach to therapy, as well as providing services that are both family and child centered. Megan always strives to help all her clients reach their communicative potential.
Her primary interests include early language stimulation, gestalt language processing, speech sound disorders, and childhood apraxia of speech. She loves including movement and sensory integration into her therapy sessions.
When she is not working as a speech-language pathologist, you’ll probably find her practicing hot yoga, taking care of her garden, or spending time with friends and family.