Your voice is a reflection of you to the world. Every day it communicates to others through tone, pitch and volume. Is it saying what you want?
Several factors including poor vocal hygiene, physical or emotional stress, or inadequate breath support can cause changes in the voice: hoarseness, roughness, vocal strain and fatigue. People who use their voice every day in their work: teachers, lawyers, singers, actors and others are particularly susceptible to these issues. Working with others on your care team (your Otolaryngologist or Singing Teacher for example), we can address these issues and help you learn to how to care of you voice to avoid problems in the future.
Perhaps you have been told you use uptalk too much, or have a tendency to use glottal fry. Perhaps your volume is too low or you simply want to see if a confident more powerful voice is possible. Vocal therapy will help you explore these options.
Vocal Hygiene refers to strategies and habits that help ensure your voice stays healthy.