Annalize Gould

Annalize Gould

Speech & Language Therapy  |  Child Development

Contact details

Annalize Gould (Principal)
TEL: 079 378 0088

Roxanne Grey (Therapist)
TEL: 082 577 7220

Hannah-Marie Fobian (Therapist)
TEL: 082 327 8599


Annalize Gould graduated with a B Speech Therapy and Audiology degree at the University of Stellenbosch in 1994.  She started her career as a Speech and Language Therapist at the Child Guidance Clinic in Welkom, Freestate where she worked for 3 years.


This was followed by 10 years working in the United Kingdom, mostly in London.  Here she focused mainly on pupils in mainstream schools with specific language learning difficulties.  She also worked as the leader of a team of 13 therapists and assistants for the last 4 years of her time in the United Kingdom.  Upon her return to South Africa, she served as a clinical tutor at the University of UKZN, tutoring 2nd to 4th year students.  In 2009 she started her own private practice, Annalize Gould Speech and Language Therapy. The practice has grown since then and there are currently 3 full time therapists working in schools in the greater Ballito area.

“I am passionate about children and their education and am thrilled to see the progress as a result of therapy.  My main interests lie in children with language difficulties as well as literacy difficulties including reading and spelling difficulties.  Nothing gives me greater joy than seeing a child’s classroom performance improve as a result of the therapy they attend”.

Roxanne Grey

Roxanne Grey graduated from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal in 2007. She completed her community service year in Kokstad at EG and Usher Memorial Hospital in 2008. Thereafter she worked at Pinetown Remedial unit for 6 years, and joined Annalize Gould’s practice in 2014. Her special interests and passions include language learning difficulties and auditory processing difficulties. She is in the process of completing her masters degree in language learning disability.


Hannah-Marie Fobian

Hannah-Marie Fobian is a qualified speech-language therapist. She obtained a B-Communication Pathology (Honours) degree at the University of Pretoria in 2015.

In 2016, she completed the stipulated community service year, specializing in speech and language delays and difficulties, paediatric swallowing and feeding disorders, as well as voice, stuttering and stroke patients at Stanger Hospital. Since 2017, she has been working in the private sector at Annalize Gould Speech-Language Therapy Practice. Her focus includes children who present with a global developmental delay or speech, language, fluency and literacy difficulties.

“I put my heart into ensuring that every client achieves their absolute optimum potential. I want them to expand their ability so they reach their goals. I value the importance of early intervention, communication, teamwork with both the family and relevant teachers. In this way I achieve a completely holistic intervention.