About Sarah White
Sarah White is a paediatric Speech and Language Therapist. She joined Leeds Beckett University in January 2017 as a Senior Lecturer.
Sarah qualified as a Speech and Language Therapist from Leeds Metropolitan University (now Leeds Beckett University) in 2007, having previously graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA (hons) in Linguistics and Phonetics. Sarah later completed a Masters degree in Language and Communication Impairment in Children whilst working as a Speech and Language Therapist.
Sarah has worked in paediatric Speech and Language Therapy for ten years, in a variety of specialisms including Specific Language Impairment, complex speech disorders, stammering and school-aged autism assessment. She continues to carry out clinical work for the NHS alongside her lecturing post.
Sarah teaches on the following modules on the BSc (Hons) Speech & Language Therapy course:
- Clinical Phonetics and Phonology
- Clinical Analysis of Speech and Voice
Sarah's MSc research investigated a commissioned model of Speech and Language Therapy within schools. Her wider research interests include models of service delivery within Speech and Language Therapy, and embedding Evidence-Based Practice within clinical work.