Voice therapists

is at the University of Iowa and is the director of the National Center for Voice and Speech in Salt Lake City, Utah. His expertise in the basic science should prompt clinical laryngologists to study his work. One can learn a great deal about the functional aspects of human sound production from him and from his writing.    

Roy Nelson is a speech therapist in at the University of Utah and has particularly good skills with muscle tension and non-organic voice disorders.    

Krzysztof Izdebski is a speech/voice therapist in San Francisco Bay area who works nearly exclusively with the voice. For many years he worked closely with one of the countries premier and most creative laryngeal surgeons, Herbert Dedo.

Interested in chronic hoarseness, optimizing voice after medialization laryngoplasty, non-organic voice disorders, optimizing voice of vocal 'under-doers', spasmodic dysphonia, disorders of resonance. In practice since 1984 - shared professional appointment at Legacy Emanuel Randall Children's Hospital and in private practice, as well as professor of graduate courses at Portland State University in aphasia and clinical management. 909 NW 18th Avenue Portland, OR  97209 Contact  telephone 503-998-4450 [email protected]

Voice and Speech Coach. Speech therapy and voice development in Moscow, Russia. www.golos.ru

is a voice therapist since 1982 at the Department of Phoniatrics Academic University Hospital Rotterdam Dijkzigt, now in private practice with three ENT doctors nearby.

specializes in voice therapy and vocal research. She is in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Dr. Pickering has a special interest in transgender voice issues.

Voice specialist, Veterans Health Administration

is a speech and language pathologist who works at the same institution as Dr. Blitzer with a special interest in vocal disorders.