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Gender Affirming Voice & Communication Training

Our voice and communication style plays an integral role in how we perceive and express our identity. Gender affirming voice and communication training consists of individualized sessions to explore the ways your voice and communication can represent you and how you express yourself across different settings. 

There are many aspects of voice and communication that can be explored to align your voice and identity. These areas may include: 


Pitch refers to how high or low your voice sounds, which is impacted by the number of vocal fold vibrations per second, and measured in Hertz. 


Intonation is the rise and fall of pitch in your speech. It conveys our emotions, helps us differentiate between questions and statements, and can emphasize the importance of a message. 

Vocal weight

Vocal weight is the perceived quality of voice caused by the amount of mass with which the vocal folds interact. 


Resonance is what makes your voice have its unique sound quality. It is impacted by the size and shape of your vocal tract (space inside the throat and mouth).


Articulation refers to the formation of sounds in speech or how sounds/words are pronounced.

Nonverbal Communication

Nonverbal communication includes visual cues like use of gestures, body language, posture, facial expressions, and eye contact. 

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