and treatment of the deviate swallow ("tongue thrust") and
oro-facial muscle imbalance. The treatment regimen assists in orthodontics,
speech problems associated with poor lingual (tongue) and labial (lip)
strength, placement and flexibility, TMJ (Temporo Mandibular Joint),
and problems with swallowing various textures (and consistencies).
and treatment of voice disorders including hoarseness, harshness, vocal
nodules, polyps, voice strain, spasmodic dysphonia, and vocal tension
associated with inappropriate voice projection habits of actors, singers,
preachers, teachers, politicians, and public speakers.
With foreign accent reduction therapy, scientific and business professionals
from around the world have improved their accents when speaking English.
As a result of "phonetic pattern" treatment, communication
and the potential for
success are dramatically improved.
a range of therapeutic techniques for stuttering, cluttering and performance
programs for stuttering
(including fluency shaping, use of DAF (delayed auditory feedback)
and stuttering modification. SpeechEasyTM
provider. Use of the MSAM (Monkhouse Skill Acquisition Model) in establishing
appropriate expectation levels.
on performance anxiety and communication apprehension in public speaking,
with a focus on presentation skills, planning a presentation, reaching
your audience with an effective message, fluency and clarity to cover
topics such as proxemics, chronemics, haptics and sentics.
vocal quality, voice projection, diaphragmatic breath support, oratorical
speech and drama skills for actors, politicians, CEO's, students, valedictorians,
among others. Addressing practical techniques to reduce tension in staff
meetings and scientific presentations. Learn techniques on how to be
the best speaker in the room.
disorders due to developmental delay, hearing loss, cleft palate, ankyloglossia
(tongue-tie), weak oro-facial muscles, and oro-facial muscle imbalance,
dysarthria (due to stroke and Parkinsons), and foreign accent modification.
and expressive language disorders due to developmental delay, PDD, Aspbergers
Syndrome, autism, stroke, central auditory processing, hearing loss,
English as a Second Language, cochlear implant, and poor social skills.