Speech Pathology Groups2024-04-24T00:58:05+00:00


Working together to improve communication and swallowing skills

Wollongong Speech Pathology offers group therapy to many of our clients. Group therapy has many benefits! People enjoy supporting each other and making new friendships. Group therapy offers a different dynamic to one-to-one therapy, especially with communication. The way people talk in a group is often very different to the way people talk one-on-one. We invite people to attend group therapy so that they can work on their communication skills in new contexts.

PEERS Social Skills

PEERS for Young Adults is a 16-week evidence-based social skills intervention for motivated young adults, who are interested in learning skills to make and keep friends and develop romantic relationships. Young adults must attend each session with a social coach (i.e., parent, family member, adult sibling, life coach, job coach, peer mentor, etc.), who assist with weekly homework assignments.

  • Young adults ages 18-38 years old, graduated from high school, having friendship problems, and interested in attending.

  • Young adults must have a consistent social coach willing to attend the program each week.

  • Sessions are 90 minutes long, and run weekly for 16 weeks

Download our PEERS flyers here:

TBI Conversation Group

We offer a conversation group for people who have experienced Traumatic Brain Injury. These run when we have a suitable group of clients. We usually meet in a coffee shop and sessions focus on individual communication goals, with a focus on group conversation skills.

  • young adult with TBI

  • sessions are one hour long, and run weekly for 10 weeks

Aphasia Therapy Groups

There are a range of aphasia group programs we can offer. These include Constraint Induced Aphasia Therapy (CIAT) and Community Aphasia Groups.

  • aged >18 years and diagnosed with aphasia after stroke, brain injury, or other illness

  • session length and program duration varies

Stuttering Support Group

We offer a stuttering support group to any person in the Illawarra who has a stutter. You do not have to be a current client of Wollongong Speech Pathology to attend.

  • aged >18 years and has a stutter

  • once a year for Stuttering Awareness Day


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