Anna received a B.Sc in Medical and Health Physics at McMaster University. She then completed her M.Sc thesis work in the Speech Language Pathology Department at the University of Toronto, where she used advanced brain imaging techniques to study the neural speech-motor networks implicated in stuttering. Anna's publications on this topic include articles in the Journal of Fluency Disorders and Frontiers of Human Neuroscience. After her thesis work, Anna completed her clinical degree in Speech Language Pathology from the University of Toronto.
Anna is trained in the Lidcombe and Fluency Plus programs for children and adults who stutter, as well as in It Takes Two to Talk and has also completed PECS training. Anna loves problem solving to find an individual treatment approach to every child and enjoys working closely with families.
On her time away from work, Anna enjoys playing tennis, hiking, rock climbing, and salsa dancing.