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The Team

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Kate Dole

Registered Speech Language Pathologist


Kate received her Bachelor's degree in Linguistics from U of C and Master's degree in SLP from U of A. She has a heart for helping others advance in their communication skills and develop meaningful connections with others. She has experience working in schools, preschools and daycares. She was Rae-Anne's student over 12 years ago! 


 Kate's personal experience with orthodontic relapse and her daughters thumb sucking habit led her to the fascinating world of myofunctional therapy. She completed the myofunctional training course and offers myofunctional assessments and treatments.

Kate is a mother to four children and has a love for learning that she enjoys sharing with others. In her free time, she enjoys making memories with her family, photography, creating art and working on home projects.

Tracey Whiteside

Registered Speech Language Pathologist

Tracey attended UofA for her Masters Degree in Speech Pathology. She has worked in specialized settings, preschools and schools for the last 20 years. She believes in working collaboratively with families to help kids reach their communicative goals. She has a gentle and kind demeanour that immediately make children feel at ease. 

When she is not working, she can be found walking her sweet dog, Oakley, or reading a book at her cabin in BC. She loves to golf and ski with her husband and  have dinner with friends.

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Meg Whiteley

Registered Speech Language Pathologist

Meg received her bachelor's degree in Sociology and Speech Sciences from University of Calgary before completing her Masters degree in Communication Disorders at the University of Alberta. Meg has worked with clients of all ages, across various settings however the bulk of her experience is with preschool aged kids. 

Meg has a bubbly and enthusiastic personality. Her passion and creativity ensure fun and positive treatment sessions. She believes in collaborating closely with families to create meaningful and individualized approaches for each child. 

When Meg is not busy at work, she enjoys spending time with her partner, friends and family. She expresses her creativity through crafting projects and adventuring through nature.

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