Category Archives: Vocal Coaching

Cohen Speech Pathology

 
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Provider Type:Vocal Coaching
Cohen Speech Pathology
Irene E. S. Cohen, MS CCC-SLP
Phone:603-560-0548
Fax: 603-546-7666

http://www.CohenSpeech.com
23 Stiles Road    218
Salem, NH &nbsp United States

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Patient Notes:

We are a specialty practice in voice and swallowing disorders. We work with the otolaryngologists in NH as well as the voice centers in Boston. As a specialty practice, we can offer expertise in all areas of voice as we focus our clinical work and continuing education in this area. We have experience with the voice and communication needs of those individuals pursuing gender transition.

Chrystal Bartlett

 
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Provider Type:OTHER, Vocal Coaching
Chrystal Bartlett

Phone:919-833-6498
Fax:
chrystalbartlett@gmail.com
http://transgendertransitioncoach.com/.
1425 Chester Rd   
Raleigh, NC 27608 &nbsp United States

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Patient Notes:

Works with both adult and adolescent clients and is affiliated with Duke’s Child and Adolescent Gender Care.

Center For Speech and Learning

 
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Provider Type:OTHER, Vocal Coaching Speech Language Pathologist
Center For Speech and Learning
Alida Engel CCC-SLP, BCS-FD*
Phone:203-397-3224
Fax:

http://www.centerforspeechandlearning.com/
801 Edgewood Ave.   
New Haven, CT &nbsp United States

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Patient Notes:

Speech therapist and vocal coach
Board Certified Specialist in Fluency Disorders
Takes Anthem insurance, but it will only pay if there is a voice disorder which in most cases will not qualify.

Ariela Weinbach

 
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Provider Type:Vocal Coaching
Ariela Weinbach

Phone:201-563-9689
Fax:
ariela@tosoundyourbest.com
http://www.tosoundyourbest.com
112 Water Street, Suite 203   
Boston, MA 02109 &nbsp United States

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Patient Notes:

Ariela says, “My focus is on speech content and delivery, which includes everything from intonation to gestures…. my goal is to help my clients build communication skills that authentically represent who they are. Exploring the inextricable link between gender and speech is a key part of this process.”