Natalie has completed her Bachelor of Speech-, Language- and Hearing therapy at the University of Stellenbosch (South Africa) in 2013.
After her studies, she has developed a passion for helping participants with literacy and learning difficulties and was able to expand on this through further training in dyslexia courses and literacy facilitation techniques. She also has a special interest in early childhood development and has experience in teaching and application of the Montessori principles.
During her career as a speech therapist, Natalie worked in a variety of settings, including centers for people diagnosed with intellectual disability, early childhood centers, community centers, hospitals and the private sector. She is passionate about facilitating communication skills in others as early infants through to the geriatric population. Her ultimate fulfillment in life is seeing others thrive.
She has previously run her own practice and is driven by a strong work ethic, along with the utmost compassion, detail-oriented approach dedication towards participants.
Natalie enjoys outdoor activities such as hiking and canoeing, but also has a profound love for painting, cooking and playing the piano.