Singing/Performing Voice Therapy is an individualized program designed to help restore your singing/performing voice to peak performance, and to avoid future injuries.

This is accomplished by focusing on rebalancing the subsystems of voice: respiratory, phonatory, and resonance. Singing voice therapy can help the singer (amatuer, trained, or professional) train their singing voice in a safe and structured way following a vocal fold injury or surgery. Vocal fold nodules, muscle tension dysphonia, vocal fold cysts, and pseudocysts can be treated with this therapy. Therapy differs from a traditional voice lesson, and must be performed by an American Speech-Language and Hearing Association accredited speech-language pathologist with specialized training in rehabilitation of voice disorders and background and training in voice pedagogy, repertoire, and performance practices.