Alison Winkworth :
B.App.Sc (Speech Pathology) :
Grad.Cert.Ed.Stud. (Higher Ed.)
Certified Licensed CT Coach
20 years’ experience as a speech pathologist and clinical educator
Specialising in voice and speech improvement
- Voice disorders in adults and children
- Speech disorders and difficulties in adults
- Oro-facial muscle strengthening and coordination exercises
Lecturing in speech pathology (voice production and disorders) at Charles Sturt University’s School of Community Health.
“Good communication is as stimulating as black coffee, and just as hard to sleep after.” Anne Morrow Lindbergh
- Executive presentation skills
- Job interview performance
- Self expression
- Speech and voice improvement for specific purposes
- Language expression and vocabulary development
- Listening and focusing, retaining what you hear
- Pronunciation training, especially for speakers of English as a second language
CT stands for Cybernetic Transposition. In 2007 I was coached in this method, and in 2008 to continue my personal growth, I became a certified licensed CT Coach/Trainer. I also practise the Sedona Method.
Stuart Lichtman created CT – here is his definition of it:
“Putting yourself consciously in charge by creating effective communication between your unconscious and conscious minds, by consciously transposing successes from any part of your life into other ones where you consciously want to produce success, resolving self-defeating unconscious habit patterns to ones that support you and by creating effective conscious communication with the part of you that knows what’s right for you.”
Supporting the Trinh Foundation - www.trinhfoundation.org
Advisor in Teaching and Learning
In 2009 as part of the Trinh Foundation’s aim to support speech therapy in Vietnam, I participated in team-teaching the Short Course in Key Topics in Speech therapy to 20 health professionals (ear, nose and throat surgeons, nurses and physiotherapists) in Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon). I also presented lectures in Hanoi at the National ENT Hospital.
Trinh Foundation Australia have signed a memorandum of understanding to support the very first formal speech therapy course in that country, to begin in September 2010.