This article provides basic information about voice and laryngeal health to fellow educators and professional voice users with the hope that it can make a difference in their lives. I tackle voice from a multi-dimensional approach integrating research and clinical practice. What follows is based on extensive research that I have reviewed over the years, on coursework that I have taught in related areas (including anatomy and physiology of speech, language and hearing; phonetics, linguistics, and neurological bases of speech, language and hearing) and on my own experience as a licensed speech language pathologist who has diagnosed and treated patients with voice disorders for more than 14 years.
Voice as a Parameter of Emotional and Physical Health.
Bridgewater Review, 32(1), 32-34.
Available at: http://vc.bridgew.edu/br_rev/vol32/iss1/11