Voice Therapy may be right for you if you have been diagnosed with or suspect a voice injury or disorder (vocal nodules, polyps, muscle tension dysphonia, puberphonia) or have been experiencing changes in your voice, such as fatigue and reduced stamina, tension, discomfort, rough quality, difficulty projecting and being heard, or reduced range.
Voice therapy may also be right for you if you are a professional voice user (singer, teacher, lawyer, parent, fitness instructor, parent) and want to prevent voice injuries from occurring.
Voice Training may be right for you if you want to develop and refine a more powerful, reliable and expressive voice, or if you'd like to feel more comfortable presenting, interviewing, and speaking in a wide variety of contexts. Learn to love your voice!
As a clinically-trained Singing Voice Specialist and singer, Alyssa helps singers, along with their singing teachers and coaches and ENTs, to rehabilitate or prevent voice injuries specific to their singing voice.