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Introduction to Voicecraft for Speech Pathologists (1 day)

Introduction to Voicecraft for Speech Pathologists (1 day)

Introduction to Voicecraft for Speech Pathologists (1 day)


This workshop is looking to return in 2023.  Watch this space


This1 day workshop is designed for generalist clinicians who see voice clients from time to time and who want to find out the latest trends, discoveries and applications of research in voice assessment and treatment. The focus of the workshop is meeting the needs of the group – answering the questions YOU bring to the workshop and discussing the issues and clinical challenges you face with your caseloads. Case studies relevant to both Adult and Paediatric population will be discussed.

A generous student discount is available. Send your current student ID to to be sent the discount code for $100 off.

Half of the workshop is dedicated to introducing participants to Voicecraft as it is today. Since 2012, Voicecraft has been under the directorship of Cate Madill, researcher and clinician, and consequently, the content contained in the Voicecraft approach has been updated, re-imagined and revitalised. It now includes new information about the processes of vocal change and scientifically proven therapeutic tools for measurable improvement in voice production. This course introduces participants to the basic principles of Voicecraft, and the Voicecraft Matrix, use of case studies, basic skills training and clinical decision making discussions.

If you work in or with voice, and you haven’t done a Voicecraft workshop in the last 5 years or at all, this workshop is for you.

A manual is provided. 

Assumed knowledge:

Speech Pathology qualification

Expected outcomes:

  • Knowledge of the most recent findings in and evidence for voice assessment and therapy research.
  • Answers to specific clinical questions as directed by participants
  • Knowledge of the Voicecraft approach, how it is similar to and differs from other voice therapy approaches.
  • Introduction to and preliminary acquisition of the Optimal Phonation Task (OPT) and how it can be used in voice assessment and rehabilitation.