Graham recently completed his graduate studies at the University of Alberta and has worked with a variety of populations in the field of speech-language pathology. His practicum work included placements with the Edmonton Public School Board and the Centennial Centre for Mental Health and Brain Injury.
Before becoming an SLP, Graham volunteered with the Stroke Recovery Association of BC and the Small Talk Centre for Language Development. He particularly enjoys working with school-aged children as well as adults with acquired speech and language disorders. Specific areas of interest include stuttering, voice, phonological and articulation impairments, motor speech disorders, aphasia, and literacy.
He strives to make all of his goals and sessions as functional as possible, with an emphasis on family involvement. In his free time, Graham enjoys hiking, reading, and board games.