Speech Language Pathologists and Social Skills

Jenny Sojat, MA, S-LP (C)

Jenny Gorton-Sojat is a Registered Speech-Language Pathologist who works with children, teenagers, and adults to foster social success. Before moving to Vancouver, Jenny worked at the Center for Social Thinking under the direct supervision of Michelle Garcia-Winner (the founder of Social Thinking).  Jenny has spoken at several conferences and provides Professional Development presentations throughout BC. She leads our team of Social Group leaders at ABLE and runs Summer Social, a summer camp for kids with social difficulties.  Jenny believes that kids learn best when they are having fun.

Nicole Davies, M.Sc, R.SLP (C)

Nicole is a speech language pathologist that specializes in working with children from the toddler years though to school age. She has experience working with a variety of children, including those with ASD, language delays, speech sound disorders, and social communication deficits.  Nicole has spent time working in schools, private clinics and child development centres. She is able to complete assessments, including those for ASD and other communication concerns. Nicole also delivers treatment through one on one therapy, consultation, parent training or a combination of these approaches.  Her particular area of interest is intervention with very young children and their families within a multi-disciplinary team.


Levy Stewart, RSLP, S-LP

Levy received his Master of Health Science in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Toronto in 2021. Before that, he was studied Music with a specialization in Vocal Performance from Briercrest College in Saskatchewan.

He is a member in good standing with Speech-Language & Audiology Canada (SAC,) Speech and Hearing BC, and is registered with the College of Speech and Hearing Professionals of BC (CSHBC.)

Levy’s experience ranges from early intervention to dysphagia management on the palliative care floor.  When working with children, Levy uses a play-based approach. Levy has worked with clients with childhood apraxia of speech and other speech sound disorders, has led a voice therapy group, and music groups for language. He tries his best to make sessions fun, engaging, and neurodiversity affirming. Levy has done training with  SCERTS and Meaningful Speech Gestalt Language Processing.

In his free time, Levy enjoys singing, exploring the city, hosting dinner parties, and working out at the gym.

Emily Jurgens, M.Sc, S-LP (C)

Emily is a Registered Speech-Language Pathologist, receiving her Master of Science degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Pacific University in Oregon. She has experience in both the educational and medical settings, working with preschool, school-aged, and adult populations. She enjoys both the assessment and treatment processes in the areas of articulation, language, literacy, fluency, and social communication.

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