Emily Coetzee

Emily Coetzee

Emily grew up in Berkshire. She completed a Bachelors degree in Linguistics and Social Anthropology at Manchester University.  Combining her interest in language and enjoyment working with children, Emily qualified at University College London with a Masters in Speech and Language Sciences.

She is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and is a member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.

Emily has worked as a paediatric Speech and Language in the NHS working in Primary Schools and nurseries across London.  She has varied experience supporting children and families with Speech, Language and Communication Needs (SLCN), including: autism spectrum disorder, speech delays and disorders, language delay, developmental language disorder and learning difficulties.

Emily works in partnership with families and teaching staff to support children to achieve meaningful and functional goals through fun and motivating intervention activities and techniques.

She is experienced in and enjoys running group interventions to support children develop their language and social skills, such as Conversation groups, Lego Therapy and language group intervention.

Emily is looking forward to working with children and families at Kiki’s clinic on Saturday mornings.