Voice Therapy

Humans' ability to communicate using the vibrations of two tiny vocal folds is one of our most unique abilities. Our voices define so much of our personalities and in turn tell others a great deal about us. As such, vocal change impacts much more than just the sound a person makes. Voice therapy aims to restore a person's ability to use the voice they feel defines them. 

When should I see a Speech-Language Pathologist? 

I...

  • lose my voice regularly

  • have experienced a change in the sound of my voice (e.g., lower pitch, more or less breathy, more or less raspy) 

  • feel like talking takes a lot of effort 

  • want to change the way my voice sounds (e.g., lighter, higher, darker, deeper) 

  • have been diagnosed with a vocal pathology and recommended to seek therapy


My child...

  • frequently loses their voice

  • has a raspy, breathy or harsh quality to their voice

  • often complains of a sore voice 

  • wants to make a change to their voice 

  • has been diagnosed with a vocal pathology and recommended to seek therapy


*Before starting any voice therapy program, an evaluation by an Otolaryngologist (ENT) is strongly recommended. 

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