Meet The Team
Biography coming soon…
We are Passionate About Helping People With Therapy
Introducing Sarah Campbell, MSLT
Sarah proficiently supports a wide range of communication needs, with her experience being the most extensive around speech sound production, Auditory Processing Disorder, and issues related to language processing (an often mis-understood area). Sarah is a member of the New Zealand Speech Therapy Association and undergoes regular up-skilling, to ensure our clients receive the latest evidence-based treatment. She is proudly qualified in the following programmes, which she integrates into her therapeutic approach where suitable:
The Hanen: It Takes Two To Talk Program
The Hanen: More Than Words Program
The Hanen: Target Word Program
The Lidcombe Programme for Stuttering
The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
With three young and active boys of her own, Sarah understands the needs of parents well and has a range of techniques and strategies to effectively implement therapy targets within the busy home-life. Sarah loves technology and uses this when working as a Speech-Language Therapist. She has been heavily involved with Toastmasters, from committee roles including Club President, to competing in and winning various speech and evaluation competitions.
Introducing Aniki Heydenrych, SLT
- Intensive Neuro-Cognitive Reconstructive Therapy program
- Hanen: It Takes Two To Talk
- Sensory Enrichment Therapy
Introducing Chrissy Douglas, SLT
Chrissy was born in Whakatane, Bay of Plenty and she studied at the University of Canterbury graduating with a Bachelors of Speech and Language Pathology with Hons.
She has attended a number of training workshops, including:
- Child Development: Rural health certificate
- Domestic Violence Workshop
- Enable Certified
Chrissy specializes in Autism, Aphasia, Paediatric Dysphagia and Rural Health, and she really enjoys working with both adult and paediatric clients.
Introducing Ashleigh Maguire, SLT
Ashleigh was born in Christchurch, Canterbury. She studied at the University of Canterbury graduating with a Bachelors of Speech and Language Pathology with Honours and has begun a diploma in educational support working with Massey University and intends on completing her studies in 2021.
Ashleigh has also studied in other areas including:
- Cognitive psychology
- Te Reo Maori, and Engaging with Maori
- Family and kinship in Comparative Perspective.
She has also completed workshops on cleft palate, and research ethics.
She specializes in speech, language, and augmentative and alternative communication, as well as social skills training.
Ashleigh loves to work with children, and has previously worked in preschools as a reliever. She also enjoys working with adults, her main goal is to help empower and motivate others by giving people tools to continue the success they have in therapy into everyday life.
Introducing Devinda Senanayake, Content Coordinator
Devinda was born in Colombo Sri Lanka. He moved to Wellington in 2014.
After receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing from Whitireia Polytechnic, Wellington, Devinda worked as an assistant publisher for Landingpress, NZ. However, his love of storytelling and writing diverted his path from publishing to content writing where he wants to build his future career. To build his writing portfolio and gain more experience Devinda joined Vocalsaints as an Intern Content Coordinator.
Being a bilingual himself, he understands the value of communication.