Voice therapy may be preventative (i.e.: before a problem starts) or rehabilitative (i.e.: in response to a current problem). Preventative or rehabilitative voice therapy may be recommended for:
Professional voice users (i.e.: individuals who use their voices regularly to do their job). This may include teachers, professors, customer service representatives, religious leaders, healthcare professionals, and more
Individuals with a suspected or diagnosed voice disorder
Adults whose voices feel tired, weak, or gravelly at the end of the day
Adults who have difficulty projecting their voices, including through a mask
Adults who feel that their voice does not align with their personal or professional identity
Professional Communication skills
"I know my stuff, but I'm worried I'll stumble over my presentation." "I deserve a raise but I'm nervous to ask my boss." "I have great ideas, but my colleagues just brush me off."
Do any of these statements ring true for you? If so, communication skills training may be your golden ticket. Communication skills training can be helpful for:
Individuals who want to communicate more confidently at work or school
Individuals who want to improve at public speaking
Individuals who want to stand out in a job interview
Adults who may have received constructive feedback about their communication skills during a performance review or presentation
Adults who want to break through a career glass ceiling through better communication
Adults with a diagnosis or medical condition that affects their communication skills, including but not limited to autism spectrum disorder (ASD), attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), or a brain injury
Contact Haley to inquire about scheduling a session. Evening and weekend options are available.
Haley does not currently maintain an in-person clinic space. Following the College of Speech and Hearing Health of British Columbia's recommendations for care during the COVID-19 pandemic, services are available virtually via telepractice. For more information about telepractice, please visit the FAQ section or click here to learn about our secure virtual care platform.