Speech-Language Pathologist, Voice Therapist
BA. Mus., MSc. SLP, SLP (C), Reg. CASLPO
Alyssa is a Speech-Language Pathologist and Voice Therapist, and is dually trained as a Singing Voice Specialist. She is registered with the College of Audiologists and Speech-Language Pathologists Ontario (CASLPO) and holds internationally recognized certification with Speech-Language and Audiology Canada (SAC).
Alyssa enjoys connecting with individuals and supporting them to develop communication they are confident in. She is committed to individualizing each session based on her clients' strengths and needs, resulting in strengthened independence and meaningful change.
Drawing from her diverse experience and training in music and performance, evidence-based practice, science, speech and language, and psychology, her approach inspires empathy, creativity and authenticity.
Originally an East Coaster, Alyssa is inspired by lifelong learner. She received her Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology and Bachelor of Arts in Music (Voice) from Dalhousie University, and has continued to prioritize personal and professional development. She passionately works in the areas of voice, transgender voice, and adult stuttering.
Dually trained as a Voice Therapist and a Singing Voice Specialist, Alyssa brings a unique perspective of therapy and training as it relates to the professional voice user. Her background in music performance and pedagogy, combined with clinical training as a voice therapist, inspires a therapy approach that combines the physiology, anatomy, and art of voice and communication. As lead voice therapist at a ENT clinic in Toronto, Alyssa is accustomed to working in harmony with the members of your voice team (i.e. laryngologists, voice teachers and coaches) and is knowledgeable in the comprehensive evaluation and treatment of vocal injuries. In addition to a wide of variety of therapy techniques, Alyssa provides specialized voice services, including Laryngeal Massage, Myofascial Release, and Transgender Voice Training.