Shop 1, 41-43 Knox Street, Belmore 2192.   Phone: 02 8065 1197.  Email: info@speechinfocus.com.au

Our Team

Speech in Focus Speech Pathology Service Team
Evett Lattouf - Senior Certified Practising Speech Pathologist at Speech in Focus, Speech Pathology Services
Speech Pathology Australia - Certified Practising Speech Pathologist

Evett Lattouf
Director and Principal Speech Pathologist

Evett Lattouf is a Co-Director and Certified Practising Speech Pathologist, who qualified from the University of Sydney with a B. App. Sc. (Speech Pathology), and La Trobe University Victoria with a Grad. Cert. (Dysphagia). Evett is certified with Hanen's 'It Takes Two To Talk' and 'More Than Words' programmes. She is an English and Lebanese speaking speech pathologist.

She is a member of Speech Pathology Australia and a registered provider with:

  • Private Health Insurance Funds
  • Medicare Australia for the Chronic Diseases Management Plan.
  • NDIS

Her experiences include intellectual and developmental disabilities, language delays, learning difficulties, speech sound disorders, pragmatics, autism spectrum disorders, literacy, bilingual language, voice, feeding and swallowing difficulties as well as augmentative and alternative communication.

She has worked in education, disability services, aged care facilities, supported accommodation, community health, hospitals and in private practice.

George Lattouf
Director

George Lattouf is the Co-Director, ICT and Practice Manager at Speech in Focus, Speech Pathology Services and has a Cert IV in Business (Small Business Management).  George implements and maintains our business systems, technologies and infrastructure.  He manages finances and is responsible for the smooth running of the practise.

George worked for 11 years at a North Shore high school supporting students and staff with a wide range of digital media technologies, and serviced the telecommunications industry for 16 years.

George speaks English and Lebanese fluently.

Charlotte Lau
Certified  Practising Speech Pathologist

Charlotte Lau is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist and a member of Speech Pathology Australia, and
a registered provider with:

  • Private Health Insurance Funds
  • Medicare Australia for the Chronic Diseases Management Plan

Charlotte completed her studies at the University of Sydney, with a Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Speech Pathology).

She has experience working with preschool and school aged children and young adults with a range of communication difficulties. She also has experience working with autism spectrum disorders, global developmental delays and intellectual disabilities. She has delivered services in a range of settings including preschools, schools, private practice and homes. She is an English and Cantonese speaking speech pathologist. 

Her particular interests are speech sound disorders, developmental language delays, literacy and social communication. 

Charlotte is our dedicated telehealth clinician who will be delivering services to our clients across Australia.


Christine Merhi
Certified Practising Speech Pathologist

Christine Merhi is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist and a member of Speech Pathology Australia, and a registered provider with:

  • Private Health Insurance Funds
  • Medicare Australia for the Chronic Diseases Management Plan

Christine joined the team at Speech in Focus, Speech Pathology Services in 2017. 

She has completed her bachelor’s degree in Speech Pathology and has successfully completed numerous clinical placements where she has delivered speech pathology assessments and intervention to children and adults. She is familiar with services across a range of contexts including primary schools, private practice, aged care facilities and telepractice.

Christine shares in our desire to facilitate change and to support clients in developing life-long communication skills. She enjoys working closely with families and drawing upon evidence-based knowledge to provide tailored, yet effective, intervention to each client.

Natalie Tsoustouras
Certified Practising Speech Pathologist

Natalie Tsoutsouras is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist and a member of Speech Pathology Australia, and a registered provider with:

  • Private Health Insurance Funds
  • Medicare Australia for the Chronic Diseases Management Plan

Natalie completed her studies at the University of Sydney, with a Bachelor of Applied Sciences (Speech Pathology). She has received further training in adult dysphagia.

Natalie has experience in assessing and treating paediatric and adult clients through working in a public hospital, community health and private practice settings. She is able to communicate in Greek.

Natalie is committed to supporting and empowering children and adults to communicate and swallow successfully. She is driven to achieve outcomes that have long lasting impacts.  

Thea Boutros
Certified Practising Speech Pathologist


Thea is Certified Practising Speech Pathologist who graduated with a Master in Speech and Language Pathology from the University of Sydney. She is fluent in English and Arabic and is familiar with Key Word Sign.

Thea joined the Speech in Focus team late 2021. She has experience within the areas of voice, fluency, language, speech, ASD, and social communication, with an interest in key word sign. She has worked with adults and children and is focussed on delivering results for each client. She aims for the best outcomes through her in-depth thinking and using best available knowledge and research.

Thea’s hobby is singing and she enjoys leading a choir of both children and adults.

Radah Moufarrej
Certified Practising Speech Pathologist

Radah completed her studies at Macquarie University, with a Bachelor of Speech, Hearing and Language Sciences and a Masters of Speech and Language Pathology. During her studies Radah delivered a range of speech pathology assessments and interventions to children and adults across a range of service contexts and therapy models including private practice, hospitals, brain injury rehabilitation units, and telepractice. She is particularly interested and passionate in the areas of literacy, language development, speech sound disorders, and social communication.

Radah has a desire to help clients reach their potential by prioritising family-centred and evidence-based practices. She enjoys building therapeutic relationships with clients and their families and believes that celebrating the small and big wins is important for motivation in therapy.

Sidrat-Ul-Muntaha Al-Rawi
Client Care Officer

Sidrat-Ul-Muntaha Al-Rawi is studying Speech and Hearing Sciences. Sidra is planning to qualify as a Speech Pathologist as her career of choice. She has experiences in working with children across different sectors. 

Sidra is a valuable and talented member of the Client Care Team.