Dealing With and Healing a Vocal Injury

Dealing With and Healing a Vocal Injury

A month ago, I got a call from a client I hadn’t seen in a couple of years. A lot had changed in her life since then, including that she’d recently sustained a vocal injury. Even though Marjorie had just been given the all-clear for us to work together, it wasn’t...

Brandi Carlile’s Lesson in Authenticity

I’ve always been a binge listener. I’m incapable of listening to music casually; any time a song comes on, my attention gets diverted and I lose myself in the world of it. The same goes for when I come across a new artist I like… I remember spending weeks immersed in...

We Are Our Voices

In my work, I’ve found that many people feel that using the voice is an activity, a hobby. . .  a ‘thing we do.’ That our voices are merely a facet or aspect of who we are. But that is not the case. Our voices are not only within us, they ARE us. We...

The Power of Accepting Responsibility

On a recent walk in Central Park, I came across a family with their dog, straining at his leash. Before 9 am, dogs are allowed to run free, so I assumed that theirs had an aggression issue. At which point the wife, clearly disgusted, said to her husband “it must be...

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