Charlie Strutt BSc Speech and Language Sciences, MRCSLT, MHCPC
Charlie is a paediatric Speech and Language Therapist with experience working with pre-school and school aged children with a range of speech, language and communication difficulties. Charlie specialises in assessment and treatment of children with speech sound difficulties but also has experience working with children with language delays and disorders, stammers, social communication difficulties, Autism Spectrum Disorder, hearing impairment and selective mutism. Charlie has worked in a range of clinical settings including: clinics, children’s centres, client’s homes, pre-schools and primary schools as well as specialist provision for children with hearing impairment. Alongside her work at Kikis clinic, Charlie also works for the NHS and is bilingual speaking both English and Spanish fluently.
Charlie is passionate about implementing evidence based therapy approaches in a fun and motivating way and empowering families to be able to support their children’s communication in day to day life. Charlie is also passionate about carrying out research to contribute to the field of speech and language therapy and has recently completed a research study into the impact of dummy use on speech which is being published in the International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders.
Charlie has completed additional training in the following therapy approaches:
• Shape Coding
• Nuffield Dyspraxia Program
• Speech sound disorders; assessment and therapy
• Developmental Language Disorder and Me
• Michael Palin Parent Child Interaction Therapy
• Michael Palin Stammering in 8-14’s
Charlie is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council and is a member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists.