Advocating for Communication Impact Since 2013
Voice Science™ is a speech pathology specialised service provider that delivers Accent Reduction and Voice Therapy in Melbourne as well as Elocution and Stuttering Therapy. We also consult with companies and their teams to give strategies to optimise communication.
Voice Science is based in the T&G Building at 161 Collins Street, Melbourne. If you are not based in Melbourne you might like to consider our online speech therapy services as an option.
We are known for offering precise and creative client care. We use individualised and evidence based treatment to ensure that real life communication gains are made.
Voice Science™ is a proudly Australian owned business, established in 2013.
We moved to our virtual clinic on Monday the 16th of March, 2020, until further notice.
As such, our team will deliver your appointment online.
Our virtual clinic has been running for 6 years alongside our Collins St site. We have served every continent other than Antarctica & Africa! The gear and tech needs no dress rehearsal, all we need is your ongoing trust & faith in our high quality service as always. We will however reach out to you personally, with a video tutorial to orientate you fully for your coming sessions.
We look forward to meeting you soon!
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Chief Speech & Language Pathologist & Director, Opera Singer
Sarah is a qualified speech pathologist and professional operatic soprano. She holds a Bachelor of Literature, Bachelor of Music Performance, Master of Speech Pathology and Master of Opera Performance. Sarah has a strong interest in advocacy for internationals, phonetics, voice therapy and performance.
Read more about Sarah here.
Speech & Language Pathologist
Emily holds a Bachelor of Arts (Musical Theatre) as well as a Bachelor of Applied Science and Master of Speech Pathology.
With her acting and music theatre background, she’s a super keen accent modification clinician. She also has a big heart for stuttering therapy and voice therapy.
Read more about Emily here.
Speech & Language Pathologist
Evelyn is a qualified speech pathologist. She holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Speech Pathology.
Evelyn is very passionate about English pronunciation training. She also has a very strong interest in Stuttering therapy for adults as well as Social Communication for Adults and strategies for adult clients Autism Spectrum.
Read more about Evelyn here.
Content & Community Assistant
Alessia started at Voice Science in 2020 and works as Sarah’s assistant in the role of Creative Content & Community Assistant. Voice Science produces a large amount of content via our social media accounts and YouTube channel. We also develop new digital resources for our personalised client communication portal Cadenza. Alessia is indispensable in helping us keep new and fresh resources coming your way.
Read more about Alessia here.
Our days are really varied and action packed. One hour could be spent assisting a marketing manager to increase their voice projection for large team meetings, the next might be briefing a transport company on how to improve their communication processes to boost public attention. Or, an out of office site visit to conduct team training in an insurance firm to boost client engagement for their telephone staff. If we are not doing those things, you’d find us in fun therapy sessions advocating for our individual clients.
Ok, but what's a Speech & Language Pathologist?
Please don’t feel shy to ask or not know! There is no such thing as a dumb question.
Speech & Language Pathology is a medical profession that addresses all aspects of how humans communicate over the life span.
This field of study is based in Science, if you zoom right in, it is actually an allied health science.
Yep, we are in the same family as psychologists,
We study human communication behaviour extensively
Speech pathologists apply clinical assessment and intervention to provide practical strategies for their clients.
We are trained extensively in the neurology (in particular how the brain processes and plans language, speech sounds, social communication, voice and swallowing), anatomy (for head and neck), physiology (for neurological language processing, voice production, speech movements, swallowing) as well as research methods, clinical training and so many other things!
You can read more about Speech Pathology at this link.
Communication Strategies. Voice Science TV.Put a Face to Voice Science
We have our own YouTube channel. Our video tutorials are designed to give you actionable basics to improve your: Speaking, Vocabulary, Voice Tone, Pronunciation, Accent, Fluency, Social Communication, Language for Leadership & Workplace Communication.
SEE MORE ON OUR BLOG
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At Voice Science™ we assist bilinguals & polyglots to learn core features of the Australian accent by training the rules of Australian pronunciation.