Kate Kinch – BSc (Health Science and Human Geography) MSLP CPSP
Kate is a Certified Practising Speech and Language Pathologist with over 14 years of experience working with children and young adults with a wide range of speech, language and communication needs.
Kate obtained her Master of Speech and Language Pathology from Macquarie University before beginning work in Canberra in the not-for-profit and government sectors. Since moving to the Milton/Ulladulla area she has spent a number of years in the not-for profit sector. She is now the joint owner and director of Milton Therapy and Learning Centre.
Simon Kinch – BMedSc Dip Ed
Simon is a specialist educator with nearly 15 years working in schools in the ACT and NSW. He is now joint owner and director of Milton Therapy and Learning Centre.
Naomi – B Sc Dip Transpersonal Art Therapy MSW
Naomi is a qualified Social Worker and Art Therapist who utilises a strengths-based approach in her work with clients. She has a particular interest in working with concepts of self-identity and well-being using art-making processes.
Maria – B Ed (Early Childhood) Dip Child Services
Maria is a qualified and experienced Early Childhood Teacher. Maria is excited about her Early Intervention Therapist role here at Milton TLC as it allows here to use so much of her experience working with children and families but in a different setting.
Anna completed her Masters of Speech and Language Pathology at Macquarie University in 2019. She has experience working with children with learning difficulties and Autism Spectrum Disorder in a variety of settings including schools, community health and hospitals.
Mandy – Administration Officer
Mandy is a very experienced receptionist and administrator who loves that this role allows her to support so many families in the area she grew up in.
Amy – B Creative Arts Grad Dip Edu (Secondary Music) Dip Music Therapy
Amy is a qualified and experienced Music Teacher and registered Music Therapist. Amy has experience working with children and adults in both the mainstream and special education settings as well as providing individual therapy sessions in the clinical setting.