VOICE THERAPY TRAINING FOR SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTSVoicecraft® provides a practical, step-by-step process for the restoration and optimisation of the voice in adults and children.
Specifically designed for Speech Language Pathologists, a Voicecraft® workshop will develop your own vocal skills and application of those skills to the assessment and direct treatment of voice disorders. Voicecraft® is an evidence-based system of knowledge and skills which facilitates the restoration and optimisation of the voice. It is comprised of a collection of voice analysis, voice manipulation and habitual vocal change skills and processes based on a wide body of research by the great voice scientists and practitioners of the last and current century.
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Want to know more about the latest in voice therapy, developments in Voicecraft, new and current workshops, the most recent research findings, complex clinical scenarios and ideas for solution? Then why not become a Voicecraft Network member?
The first Voicecraft Network Newsletter is available to members. Here are some snippets of what is revealed.
Who is behind Voicecraft?
As this is the first newsletter since the launch of our new website and membership, it’ a great time to answer “Who is behind Voicecraft?” and introduce some of the team of people that make the workshops, website and newsletter happen. Read more
So what is Voicecraft? – by Cate Madill
Voicecraft is a collection of work, a synthesis of ideas, a systematic process of thinking about and applying evidence from voice science and practise-based evidence in the training and remediation of the voice. Read more
Latest published Evidence for Voicecraft
This latest publication on Voicecraft is the first from a large study on the efficacy of Voicecraft training …. Read more
Questions for Cate!
Releasing laryngeal Constriction with children – by Alison Bagnell
Negative practice is a powerful way of teaching a new skill. Systems theorist – Gregory Bateson (and I paraphrase) maintained that it is our ability to make distinctions that facilitates our ability to learn. Hence, the greater the distinction, the greater the power for learning. Read more
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We run several workshops in different locations throughout the year. Check back here often to see a list of upcoming workshops and locations.
Workshop ScheduleWorkshops for Speech Pathologists
|6 April 2019||Refresher Workshop for Speech Pathologists||Nelson, NZ|
|2-4 May 2019||Advanced Workshop for Speech Pathologists||Westmead Sydney|
|27 April 2019||Introduction to Voicecraft||Westmead Sydney|
Workshops for Student Speech Pathologists
|29-30 June 2019||Introduction to Voicecraft for Student Speech Pathologists||UQLD|