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Pride 2018 Sale!

Pride Month is a time for all LGBTQIA+ people to celebrate their identities in a world that decries our existence. This observation is held every year in June in recognition of the Stonewall Riots of 1969, during which queer/trans people (largely people of color) began resisting cisgender, heterosexual oppression in a demonstration of unity, love, …

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Online Voice Training Available in South Carolina!

Prismatic Speech Services is delighted to announce that we are now accepting clients from both North and South Carolina! Our transgender vocal training and rehabilitative voice therapy services are available in-person at our office in Greensboro and remotely via telepractice. We hope to hear from you soon! Read about our Speech-Language Pathologist! Free Resources: 1. What IS …

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6 Vocal Hygiene Tips You Need To Know!

In order to breathe easily and produce voice with the least amount of effort, one needs to establish a foundation of healthy habits to promote vocal hygiene. At Prismatic Speech Services, both transgender vocal training and rehabilitative voice therapy clients begin with learning the basics of proper vocal hygiene. Oftentimes, underlying vocal hygiene issues can …

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Telepractice: Long-Distance Speech Services

When it comes to seeking specialty services, such as voice therapy, finding a quality provider nearby can be a challenge. When trying to find clinics which have subspecialties like transgender vocal training, it can be near impossible. Most clinicians who specialize in these services tend to cluster around larger cities, where a more reliable stream …

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What’s the Buzz? An Introduction to Pitch

Welcome back to our exploration of how people produce voice! Previously, we explored how breathing works and how exhaling provides the fuel for voicing. As discussed in that post, on an exhale, the breath travels up, out of the lungs, up the trachea and through the larynx, which is located in the throat. It is …

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Transgender 101: An introduction

This article is a sampling of definitions which are informed by my experiences and viewpoint. I have spoken to many at length about these subjects to broaden my understanding, and I hope to offer a culturally informed and competent analysis of the terms. That being said, I am not immune to bias and, like everything …

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Relax, Take A Breath: The Basics of Respiration

Good evening! There are so many topics I cannot wait to address! Before we get too deep into complex discussions of speech and hearing sciences, however, we need to establish a common base of knowledge to draw from later on. Therefore, several upcoming posts will address the basics of speech sound production! Speech production is …

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Recap: The Voice Foundation 2017 Symposium

06/12/17 UPDATE:I was able to gain the perspective of one of the presenters in the afternoon. With their permission, I will share a section of their statement: "...I completely agree that we missed a really important moment there and I'm sorry. I will confess, before the opening day I was feeling confident about our workshop …

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What IS a Speech-Language Pathologist?

The term 'speech-language pathology' is an unwieldy one. When I introduce myself as a speech-language pathologist, very few people in the general public have even heard of the profession. This is hardly their fault; speech-language pathologists use a variety of different titles and job descriptions when referring to themselves. Speech teacher; speech therapist; speech teacher; …

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