Hi!We are Voice Science!
We work strategically with you or your team to maximise communication.
About Our Team
Our beautiful speech pathology clinic for adults in Melbourne is located at Level 2, 161 Collins St in Melbourne’s famous T&G Building. We are central and accessible, in fact you can stroll to us direct from Swanston St.
Hi, I'm Sarah!
Sarah Lobegeiger de Rodriguez in full. Yes, there's 10 syllables in my name! But for comfort's sake, you can just call me Sarah, so don't freak about how to pronounce my name- I can always show you later!I started Voice Science in 2013 because I saw that there was a need for strategic, research based communication consulting.
As a speech pathologist and opera singer I knew there is both a science and art to getting the communication impact you need.
Since that time our team of speech pathologists have been providing communication consulting to individuals and companies.
Sarah is not working with new clients. Join her waitlist here.
Certified Practicing Speech Pathologist
Sarah is a fully qualified Speech Pathologist and Opera Singer (MA Speech Pathology – La Trobe University) who has a special interest in accent reduction/modification and vocal therapy / rehabilitation. She is a Certified Practicing Speech Pathology registered with Speech Pathology Australia.
Professional Operatic Soprano
As an experienced operatic soprano (Master of Opera Performance, Bachelor of Music Performance, Bachelor of English) Sarah is also equipped to address the demands of a performing career on vocal output and can successfully rehabilitate and maximise vocal technique. With her operatic training, Sarah is also available for consultation as a diction, language consultant and vocal health specialist for singers, actors and performers.
See Sarah’s professional opera artist website here: www.sarahlobegeiger.com
Emily started at Voice Science in early 2019 and gosh, we don't know what we would do without her!
She brings a warm and empathetic nature to all sessions but be prepared to do your homework- she'll check.
Emily has a strong passion for speech pathology. She's the kind of clinician we have to remind to, go home already and rest! Emily reads journal articles on her weekends, always has a fun fact to share and makes the most beautiful learning materials. But let's down to business!
What does Emily find fascinating about our scope? 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 and social communication therapy.
Emily has a Bachelor of Arts (Musical Theatre) from the University of Ballarat (now Federation University) as well as a Bachelor of Applied Science/Master of Speech Pathology from La Trobe University. She is a Certified Practicing Speech Pathologist.
They say that variety is the spice of life and here’s a clinician who wants the whole spice rack!
Laura has international experience as a Speech Pathologist and Teacher of English from her time living in London and southern Spain. And if there’s one thing she loves, it’s learning languages! Laura has studied Italian to mastery level and speaks advanced Spanish. Her overseas adventures have given her so much insight into the challenges and beauty of learning and living in foreign languages, and she applies all of this empathy to her interactions with clients.
She is always so honoured to help clients achieve their goals and communicative potential. She strives to make every session collaborative and flexible, tapping into what is most important for each of her clients.
Laura has an enormous soft spot for music and singing, and is currently pursuing studies in flamenco guitar, ¡Olé! Keep an eye out for her performing soppy love songs at weddings, jamming with Brazilian drumming groups and (she hopes one day) busking along Southbank!
Laura has a Bachelor of Arts (Italian and linguistics) and a Master of Speech Pathology from the University of Melbourne, and an Advanced Certificate in English Language Teaching. She is a Certified Practicing Speech Pathologist.
Alessia started at Voice Science in 2020 and works as Sarah's assistant in the role of Creative Content & Community Assistant.
She is friendly, caring and always up for a chat, sing & dance!
Alessia came to Australia with her family in 2016 to build a better future.
While learning English as a second language, she completed VCE with great ambition. Despite her worries about a language barrier, she then decided to continue her studies and pursue her dream to become a speech pathologist. She enrolled in a Bachelor of Applied Science and Master of Speech Pathology at La Trobe and will be graduating in 2022.
Alessia has always been very passionate about all aspects of language. She has also a special interest in foreign languages. Apart from speaking Italian and English, she has studied French and can understand Spanish – she listens to a lot of Spanish music.
In her role as Creative Content & Community assistant, Alessia assists with tasks around resource development, our Voice Science Youtube channel, Facebook group and Instagram accounts as well as handling other tasks to support our speech pathologists.
At Your Service!
If you are wanting to improve your speaking, vocabulary, voice tone, English pronunciation and fluency, this is the right clinic for you.
If you are looking for a company that can provide communication training for individual staff members or your team, get in touch with us.
Voice Science™ is known for offering precise and creative client care.