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Voice therapy includes but is not limited to changes in voice, strain when voicing, pain or discomfort in throat, changes in pitch or voice quality, inability to increase volume, voice overuse/misuse due to one or more of the following: 

• Muscle tension dysphonia 

• Vocal fold nodules 

• Post surgery 

• Post trauma (accidents) 

• Vocal fold polyps 

• Occupational voice use

  • Gender Affirming Voice Therapy

At SpeechEase Therapy we are committed to providing evidence based practice. 

We are able to provide a free 15-minute telephone consultation to discuss your/your loved ones needs and suggest appropriate next steps. 

If you proceed to book with SpeechEase, we will complete an assessment of your voice. 

This involves a thorough history including medical, social and emotional aspects as well as 

an assessment of the function of your voice. The goal of the assessment is as much to 

determine any vocal difficulties as it is to understand how your current voice is affecting 

your life. 

Once assessment is completed, we will work with you to determine your priority goals and 

an appropriate therapy plan to achieve the goals. 

We accept referrals from a variety of sources and also self referrals. 

You can also find us at Indigo ENT in Coquitlam where we work closely with the Physician team to determine appropriate therapy plans to meet your needs. You can view the Indigo website at 

We are always happy to suggest/refer into public health services if available as our 

therapists have knowledge of the public health care system.

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