Speech-Language Pathologists


Anstett, Heather

Speech and Language Pathologist

06 29 20 25 46

77400 Lagny-sur-Marne


Full Member

ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist. More than 8 years of experience in early intervention services both home and center based. Areas of experience also include: autism (ADOS certified), articulation, motor speech, language and feeding disorders. Advanced training, Early Start Denver Model (certification in process).


Burgess, Rachel

Speech and Language Pathologist


Corresponding member

Rachel lives in the US and is a corresponding member of SPRINT.

Languages : English.


Comfort, Carolyn

Head of Preschool, Lennen Bilingual School

Speech Language Pathologist

01 45 00 11 75

75116 PARIS


Full Member

U.S. Master's Degree in Speech Pathology. Trained in the evaluation and remediation of speech, language and learning difficulties. Experience in testing and remediation of school age children with speech/language delays, cognitive delays and hearing difficulties.

Currently working at the Lennen Bilingual School as Head of the Preschool program.

Not actively practicing as a speech-language pathologist.


Das, Michele

Speech Language Pathologist

06 33 55 66 11

75006 PARIS


Full Member

Member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (United Kingdom). 20 years experience in diagnosis and treatment of children's communication difficulties- language comprehension and expression difficulties, speech sound delay and disorder, verbal apraxia (PROMPT trained) and sound awareness for reading. Particular interest in auditory/language processing, multilingualism and literacy/dyslexia. Also experienced with specific communication disorders such as autism, Aspergers and Downs syndrome, selective mutism and stammering.


deragon, katherine

Speech and Language Pathologist

06 17 26 43 80

78860 Saint Nom La Bretêche


Full Member

B.S. and M.S. in Speech and Language Pathology, Duquesne University, PA. ASHA certified (CCC-SLP). Experience in assessing, developing, and implementing home and school-based services for children with speech/language delays and disorders. Experience in working with a variety of impairments including speech articulation, language expression and comprehension, motor speech disorders, feeding and swallowing, autism spectrum disorders, multiple disabilities, and augmentative and alternative communication.


dumond-winstanley, erika

Speech and Language Therapist

06 79 55 04 02

78150 Le Chesnay


Full Member

British Speech and Language Therapist. Providing assessment, advice and therapy for children and teenagers, through home or school based therapy, in individual and group sessions. 20 years experience working in both the public and private sectors in the UK and France with a wide range of speech and language difficulties; delays and disorders of speech sounds; language expression and comprehension difficulties; Autistic Spectrum Disorders; stuttering/stammering and social communication problems.

Training can be provided to teaching and support staff working with your child. Based in the western suburbs of Paris.


Green, Nialani

Speech-Language Pathologist

07 69 38 01 28

75007 PARIS


Full Member

B.S. and M.S. in Speech and Language Pathology. ASHA certified (CCC-SLP). Experience in assessing and providing services for oral and written language delays, auditory/language processing, social-emotional/behavioral disorders, executive functioning, and speech sound disorders. Additional experience in applied behaviour analysis (ABA), home communication and learning programs, and hearing screenings. Special interests include alternative and augmentative communication, pragmatic language, and hearing conservation.


Joos, Tricia

Speech-Language Pathologist

06 74 08 13 60

93200 St Denis


Full Member

US trained and certified speech/ language therapist who is passionate about early childhood/infant development. Started career almost 20 years ago with pediatric medical work focusing on infant development, voice therapy, craniofacial disorders, and Traumatic Brain Injury. Here in France for over 11 years (fluent in French), as corporate trainer for English language/accent modification and communication in English. Love working in home-based/private early childhood intervention (Birth to 5) for speech, language, and feeding development.

Language : English


Lindley, Grace

Speech and Language Therapist

06 58 64 90 07



Full Member

Home-based speech & language therapist, experienced in assessing, developing and implementing home-based services. Specialized in early intervention, motor speech disorders, children with autism and multiple disabilities. Also experienced with a wide variety of areas including articulation, language, bilingualism, and augmentative and alternative communication.

Languages : English, French


Norris, April

Speech-Language Pathologist

07 69 63 42 67

75009 PARIS


Full Member

ASHA-certified speech-language pathologist. Primary experience with evaluation and treatment of pediatrics both in early intervention and school-based settings. Special interests include bilingualism and early intervention. Experience working with children speaking English and Spanish. Strong focus on collaborative family/educator training in addition to direct services for various speech, language, and social communication disorders.


oudet, Sarah

Speech Pathologist

06 72 65 08 07

75004 PARIS


Full Member

Early intervention and school-aged speech and language therapy. Home, school and clinic based services for assessment, program planning, and implementation of support strategies. Specialised in Autism Spectrum Disorders, and Parent-Child Interaction therapy models. Further experience working with a range of developmental disorders involving oro-motor speech patterns, fluency/stuttering, articulation/phonology, comprehension, and language delay.


Penard, Joy

Speech-Language Pathologist

07 81 92 61 59

68130 Altkirch (Switzerland)


Corresponding Member

I have worked across the lifespan with toddlers and school-age children, to adolescents and adults in many areas of speech and language therapy in the US as well as in Ireland. More recently, I have dedicated time to becoming informed about language development in bilingual and multilingual populations, and provide workshops on various related topics to parents and teachers, as well as other professionals.


Saba, Alicia

Speech-Language Pathologist

06 30 78 01 28

75016 PARIS


Full Member

B.S. and M.Ed. in Speech Pathology, ASHA certified and US licensed. 20 years of experience in diagnostic and remediation of both pediatric and adult populations. Work experience includes schools, hospitals (acute and subacute rehab), out-patient clinics and center based day programs and in-home therapy programs. Experience with a wide spectrum of disorders in the areas of speech, language, linguistic cognition, dyslexia, aphasia, fluency, voice, accent modification, swallowing and feeding, and augmentative and alternative communication.

Languages: English, working knowledge of French


Tuil, Julie

Speech and Language Pathologist

06 07 94 73 61

92100 Boulogne Billancourt

Full Member

Julie Tuil is a bilingual British trained speech and language pathologist. She has worked in the field for 36 years, practicing mainly in France. In the early 90s, Julie began treating children with autism and became trained in ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis). In the early 2000s, she introduced the PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System) into France. Julie has presented at many national and international autism congresses and has supervised programs within hospitals and other establishments which provide care for children on the autistic spectrum. Julie presently gives workshops for parents and professionals, supervises school and home programmes and receives families within her clinic. She treats all types of speech and language disorders.

Languages : English, French


Whiting, Simone

Speech and Language Therapist

06 95 67 80 91

75011 Paris


Full Member

MSc University College London, member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists, registered with the Health and Care Professionals Council.

Paediatric experience includes: assessing, designing and delivering intervention for children and young people with speech, language and communication disorders, both at home and in school settings. Experienced in a range of disorders: speech, language, social communication, autistic spectrum, voice, fluency, multiple disabilities, and alternative and augmentative communication systems (AAC). Trained in childhood stammering intervention at the Michael Palin Centre.

Adult experience includes: stroke, dementias, brain injury, Parkinson's, other neurological conditions, and voice disorders. LSVT trained for intensive voice and speech treatment for Parkinson's.

Special interests: speech, voice and stammering, dyslexia.