About Me


Trisha Pranjivan

lead speech language pathologist

Trisha has dedicated the past decade to passionately supporting children and their families with specialized speech-language services. She specializes in early intervention and Autism Spectrum Disorders, focusing on a play-based, child-led approach that respects each child’s pace and interests. As a mom to a toddler, Trisha brings a personal understanding and empathy to her therapy sessions, creating a warm and nurturing environment.

Her diverse career has spanned various settings, including schools in Canada and the UK, Special Education Schools in the UK, and multi-disciplinary clinics in both regions. Her extensive experience working with children from birth to 18 years has equipped her with a unique skillset and perspective gained from her international practice.

While living in London, Trisha started a speech-language pathology blog, which earned a nomination for a UK Blog Award. This recognition underscores her commitment to sharing valuable insights and connecting with a broader community.

Trisha is committed to continuous professional development and has completed numerous training programs, including Hanen: More Than Words, The SCERTs Model, Project Impact, Colourful Semantics, Meaningful Speech, and Lego-Based Therapy.

She holds clinical certification with Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC), is registered with the College of Speech and Hearing Health Professionals of British Columbia (CSHBC), and is a member of Speech and Hearing BC. Trisha is also listed on the Registry of Autism Service Providers (RASP), further validating her expertise in delivering specialized care.

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