Jun graduated from Flinders University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Speech Pathology. Since graduation, she has had the experience in working in both public and private healthcare where she received training in managing speech, language, cognition, swallowing and fluency disorders in children, adolescents and adults.
Jun is highly experienced in treating children, adolescents and adults with fluency disorders. She also has experience in working with children with autism spectrum disorders, developmental language disorders, speech and language delays / disorders. Jun has also worked extensively with adult patients with swallowing disorders, cognitive impairment, speech and language disorders arising from head and neck cancer, burns trauma, palliative care, as well as neurological origins.
She has specialties and clinical interests in Stuttering (paediatrics and adults), Developmental Speech and Language, Head and neck cancer and, Post-surgery speech and swallow rehabilitation.
Apart from clinical work, Jun is actively involved in clinical education and research, and continues to supervise and mentor speech-language therapists. She was previously awarded the Best Oral Presentation Award at the Hong Kong Speech and Hearing Symposium in 2016, and also held several research grants across different clinical sub-specialities.
She works provides therapy in both English and Mandarin.