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Masters of Clincal Audiology

Master

of Clinical Audiology

Our audiologists are university trained healthcare professionals with a Master of Clinical Audiology and full members of Audiology Australia. They are passionate about helping you hear better. Read more about them below

What is an Audiologist?

An audiologist is a university trained healthcare professional with a master’s degree who specialises in identifying, diagnosing, treating and managing issues related to hearing, tinnitus, vestibular and balance disorders.

They counsel people through a new diagnosis of hearing loss and teach compensation and coping skills to help people improve their hearing and communication goals.

Karen Greenhalgh

BA, MClinAud, MAudA (CCP)

CLINICAL AUDIOLOGIST | DIRECTOR

I completed my Master of Clinical Audiology at Macquarie University and became an audiologist because I am passionate about helping people. I started Shout Hearing Healthcare to provide exceptional client service because I believe people want to feel connected and cared for. I want to be able to apply all of my university degree knowledge in the diagnostic and rehabilitation care of my clients. Communication is at the centre of audiology practice and Shout ensures our clients’ needs are firmly at the centre of everything we do. I am a full member of the Audiological Society of Australia, and hold a Certificate of Clinical Practice. I am also a member of Independent Audiologists Australia.

Audiologist: Catherine

CATHERINE KWOK

BA, MClinAud, MAudA (CCP)

PRINCIPAL AUDIOLOGIST

I joined Shout Hearing Healthcare in December 2015. I was previously employed at Australian Hearing where I gained valuable experience in hearing assessment and rehabilitation.  My Bachelor degree and my Master of Clinical Audiology were completed at Macquarie University. I have post-graduate qualifications in Applied Linguistics from Monash University. I am a full member of Audiology Australia and have my Certificate of Clinical Practice. I am also a member of the International Society of Audiology.  I enjoy helping people in my local community and tailoring programs to suit their needs.