Providing multidisciplinary voice therapy pathways to optimise your vocal health.
Our award winning Voice Care Centre is London’s first multidisciplinary centre for rehabilitating and maintaining your voice.
Both in-person and online, we specialise in improving the vocal health of complex diagnoses and symptoms that you may have. We help you to create voice rehabilitation treatment pathways with our multidisciplinary team, enabling more cost effective and time efficient management of your symptoms.
Kindness, empathy and active listening skills run through the hearts and minds of the specialist practitioners and healthcare professionals here at the VOICE CARE CENTRE. With free access to regular clinical supervision, continuing professional development opportunities and monthly multidisciplinary team meetings, the team are mentally, physically and intellectually equipped to engage in a complex therapeutic process with you.
To assist you on your journey of symptom recovery, we recommend the book, Help! I’ve Got a Voice Problem which attends to such questions as:
• What do I do if I have a voice problem?
• What help is out there for me?
• What caused my voice problem?
• What is the process of diagnosis like?
• How can I help myself whilst waiting for referral?
The beautiful Broadwick Street clinic is situated right in the heart of London’s theatre land.
At the VOICE CARE CENTRE, our personal touches to the treatment mean that people trust us, and come back time and again to help keep their instrument in good working order. We have been trusted by some of the biggest names in entertainment both in the UK and across the world, across genre and profession, and so we too welcome you.
We work with all kinds of voice users, not just singers
Our breadth of knowledge in both the medical and artistic fields of voice mean that we can help a broad range of voice users including:
- Business people who are suffering vocal fatigue
- Professional voice users such as barristers, politicians and teachers
- Actors and spoken word artists who have lost flexibility in their voice
- Beatboxers who are feeling tense and tight
- Singers (classical, opera, musical theatre, pop/rock) experiencing a lack of power and access to range
- People in gender and vocal transition