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Our voice is a physiological mechanism that must be trained and maintained in order to stay healthy, just like any other part of our bodies. Signs and symptoms of a voice disorder or vocal overuse/misuse may include:

  • Hoarseness

  • Frequent loss of voice

  • Weak voice

  • Vocal fatigue

  • Shortness of breath

  • Discomfort or pain when speaking

  • Tension in the throat, neck, or shoulders

  • Voice breaks or cracks.


Ignoring these symptoms can cause severe and lasting damage to your voice. Learning how to train and properly use your voice can improve your quality of life. 


Voice therapy is absolutely helpful for those with voice disorders, but can also benefit other populations such as:

  • Professional voice users (actors, singers, lawyers, teachers, customer service representatives, etc.)

  • Transgender and Gender-Diverse people seeking gender-affirming voice and communication change

Emma has clinical experience in both performance voice (e.g. projection, diction, singing voice) and professional voice. As a performer and professional voice user herself, she uses evidence-based methods that are proven to work short and long-term (she can speak from experience!).


Your voice is an extension of who you are. Our voice therapy services will ensure that the person you know on the inside is who others get to hear on the outside.

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