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June King qualified from the Central School of Speech and Drama as a Speech Therapist in 1989. Since that time, she has worked in paediatrics, learning disabilities and in general practice. She has also lectured throughout the UK on a variety of aspects of communication difficulties.

When Jem Therapy was started in 1997, June continued to work for three days a week in a specialist unit for children with learning difficulties.  As Jem Therapy began to receive more requests for therapy, June left the NHS in April 2000 to work full-time for Jem Therapy.


June King qualified with a BSc in Speech Therapy from the Central School of Speech and Drama in London, in 1989.  In 2001 she passed the City and Guilds 730 teaching certificate, and became a licensed trainer for the RNIB's Multiple Disability Training Course in 1994.



Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) 

Association of Speech and Language Therapists in Independent Practise (ASLTIP). 

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