Stephanie Hovey Allied Therapy Founder

Our founder is Stephanie Hovey. She is a certified Speech-Language Pathologist that founded Allied Therapy to ensure that anyone in Nova Scotia has access to allied health services privately. 

Stephanie founded Allied Therapy in 2019 to provide quality evidence-based assessment and intervention to Nova Scotians. 

Through dedicated study she has earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (2007) and a Masters in Speech-Language Pathology (2013). Her curiosity to learn about the latest evidence has defined her success in the field. ​

 

Stephanie has extensive experience working with vulnerable populations. She believes in client first, evidence-based care. This has carried through from working at IWK Health Centre and with the Halifax Regional Centre for Education, to creating her own network.

 

Stephanie is a member of the Canadian Accessibility Network sitting on the board of the Education and Training Committee and sits on the Language Guide Committee. 

​​​In her free time, Stephanie volunteers as a Venue lead for the North American Indigenous Games (2023), as a mentor for the Scotiabank Women Initiative®, as a clinical educator for Dalhousie University's Speech-Language Pathology students, and sits as a Discipline Committee Member for the Nova Scotia College of Audiology and Speech-Language Pathologists.