Natasha started her career as a paediatric Speech and Language Therapist in South West Essex, where she worked in community clinics and special schools. Natasha also spent a number of years working as a specialist Speech and Language Therapist at Autism Anglia.
Natasha has worked as a lecturer in the School of Health and Social Care since 2009. She is now Subject Lead for Speech and Language Therapy and BSc Speech and Language Therapy Programme Lead. She teaches on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate modules.
Natasha adopts student centred teaching and learning approaches to foster critical thinking and support the co-construction of the learning experience. During her time in higher education, Natasha has completed a Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Practice and CADENZA D3 for Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy. She was awarded an Excellence in Teaching Award in 2017.
Higher Education Academy (HEA)
Health & Care Professions Council (HCPC)
Registered Speech and Language Therapist - SL27521
Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT)
Certified Member - RC0026497
2017 Excellence in Teaching Award 2016-17, University of Essex
BSc Psychology University of Leicester
MSc Speech and Language Therapy University of Essex
Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Practice (PG CHEP), University of Essex