When you’re trying to express yourself verbally and find that you can, whether it’s due to a disorder, fear / phobia, or disease, it can be the most frustrating experience you have.
Stuttering problems, a heavy or thick accent and developmental speech disorders make verbal communication a daunting experience for many.
Speech pathologists are also sometimes referenced as speech therapists or speech-language pathologists, are doctors who have been educated and trained to asses, diagnose, treat and help prevent speech, language, voice, swallowing, cognitive-communication and fluency disorders.
A speech-language pathologist can help you find your voice again.
• Speech and fluency
• Accent reduction
• Presentation skills
• Voice disorders
• Public speaking
• Auditory processing
Dr. Kay Monkhouse, Ph.D. has more than 35 years of experience and is one of 25
SpeechEasy™ Premier providers in the United States. When you need effective
treatment for yourself or your child, you can put your trust in her friendly approach
and affordable services.