The goal of voice therapy is to eliminate or improve problems related to the quality, pitch, and loudness of your voice. Voice therapy can also be used to train your voice in order to avoid vocal problems, to change the sound or pitch of one's voice, or to sound more feminine or masculine.
Vocal disorders may sound like:
We provide therapy service in schools, homes, on-line and in our clinic located in Chandler.
For some people, voice is an important part of their identity or transition.
Voice Therapy can help individuals feel comfortable with their voice, no matter their gender identity and expression.
Many people think that changing their voice is only about pitch. When you work with a licensed speech-language pathologist, there are many different aspects of voice and vocal health that we will address including intonation (the melody of your phrases), resonance (vibrations in your chest or head when you speak), intensity, non-verbal gestures, and more!
The most important part of voice and communication therapy is that you find your voice in a healthy way. Your therapist will create a supportive environment to help guide you through your vocal journey. Learn more about Gender Affirming Voice Therapy.
We provide individually tailored interventions and exercises that can be learned from a trained speech-language pathologist.
There are different kinds of methods of treatment in voice therapy. We focus on goals in partnership with the patient and their family to ensure the individual and family have a voice in the care received to maximize outcomes.
Different treatment methods, exercises, and approaches are suitable for different people, individual factors, and the cause of the voice disorder. Sometimes fears and anxiety can play a significant role in therapy treatment and are taken into account when pursuing appropriate therapy.
The professional in charge of each individual’s voice therapy program is known as a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP). The SLP will work with each individual to design a program that meets the unique needs of that person. Meaningful activities will be developed to make therapy interesting and effective in meeting goals.