Clearspeech is a comprehensive private service dedicated to providing a high quality in identification, evaluation, and treatment of individuals of all ages with speech, language, academic and social communication.
Clearspeech also caters for clients requiring elocution and public speaking lessons.
Parents turn to Clearspeech because research has shown that effective and timely speech-language therapy and academic support at the right time can greatly enhance a child’s chance of success in school, socially and throughout life in general.
Recognising that one type of therapy does not work for all individuals means that up to date therapy approaches and educational best practice is at the core of this service.
Clearspeech offers speech and language therapy, elocution lessons, tutoring services and social skills development.
Clearspeech is a mix of in-home speech and language therapy and in local centres for group classes and elocution lessons.
BSc Clinical Speech and Language Therapy
MSc Speech Difficulties
Owner and Executive Director
Mary, who founded Clearspeech, has been practising since 2007. She is a dedicated and caring professional who enjoys working with individuals of all ages to provide a very personalised service to help each individual achieve their communication goals.
Clearspeech’s vision is: To offer the most advanced, most effective therapies and services available anywhere.
Mary has extensive experience in the diagnosis and intervention of children with a variety of communication disorders including: receptive and expressive language, motor speech, oral motor, articulation, and voice and stammering/dysfluency difficulties
Mary’s comprehensive experience includes screening, evaluating, and working with individuals with a broad range of communication needs, namely phonological delay/disorder, dysfluency, voice difficulties and language problems.
Mary received her degree from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland and her Masters from University of Sheffield, United Kingdom. She has always been passionate about speech and language development and eager to pursue hands on continuing education opportunities with the leading experts in the area of evidence based practice approaches.
Mary is a member of Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists (IASLT), Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) and Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Private Practice (IASLTPP)