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Artful Expressions Voice Training recognizes that being comfortable using one's voice is essential for effective verbal communication. Many people recognize us almost immediately by our voice, and our communication style. Developing a healthy, sustainable voice that is true to our gender identity, and individuality can provide greater confidence, sense of self and strength.

For many people, especially those on the gender spectrum, their voice can be the source of great anxiety, depression, and dysphoria. This can result in avoiding social situations, or not voicing valuable opinions at their jobs. Sarah and Amanda use skills developed as speech-language pathologists and voice therapists to help those clients on the gender spectrum develop a good relationship with their voice by exploring different aspects of their voice in a safe and vocally hygienic way.

Articles and Resources: 

Helping Transgender People Find Their Voice

Learning To Talk

Find a Voice Through Speech Therapy

Teens