Independent Speech-Language Pathologists

Independent Speech-Language Pathologists

The following speech-language pathologists offer their services in the offices of Éclore Speech Clinic.  Please note, however that they are self-employed and independent of the clinic.  Éclore Speech Clinic does not garantee their services.  You are encouraged to consult the website of the Ordre des orthophonistes et audiologistes du Québec to obtain other references and to register on several waiting lists.  

Julie Boissonneault, speech-language pathologist

Since 2002, Julie has been a member of the Ordre des orthophonistes et audiologistes du Québec and holds a professional master's degree in speech therapy from the Université de Montréal. She also did university studies in psychology and linguistics at the University of Ottawa, a path that allowed her to fine-tune her training. Julie has several years of experience in a school environment where she has had the chance to work with children with language or learning difficulties. Julie specialized for nearly 12 years with adolescent clients with a developmental language disorder. This speech therapist gives training to school teams and works closely with the stakeholders who revolve around the child. Another great passion for Julie: her practice in the private sector. It is with pride that she observes the evolution of each one, in a playful, benevolent and personalized atmosphere. Through her rigor and professionalism, Julie ensures that each child develops their full potential in all their living environments.

Clientele 3 to 21 years old



Screening for language difficulties (total duration 1 hour) : $275
Oral and/or written language evaluation : $300/h
Number of sessions varies according to age and reason for reference
Submission of the report, explanations and advice (duration 1h) : 0$
Intervention : 140$/h