Tag: voice therapy

Sound Like Your True Gender!

| Jan 15, 2018 | Reply

Marc Mitnick is a speech therapist based in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. He blogs here on TGF with tips and techniques to help our readers develop their feminine voices. Today he has more ideas to help create that feminine voice. Among them: singing, using a recorder to listen to how you sound to others, and other ways to use your facial muscles and body language to come across as a female.

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Voice Therapy for Trans People

| Oct 31, 2016 | Reply

Marc Mitnick,MS, CCC-SLP, is a speech pathologist practicing in the South Florida areas of Broward and Palm Beach Counties. He is blogging with TGForum to provide information on how to successfully, without damage to the vocal cords, achieve the voice that matches your gender identity. He works with both FtM and MtF trans people. Today he provides an overview of how speech therapy can work for you and how to find a therapist in your area.

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Retro Rerun: Techniques for a Feminine Voice

| Apr 11, 2016 | 1 Reply

Today’s Retro Rerun is from the early days of TGForum. The late Roberta Angela Dee did a series of articles on learning feminine skills. Today we bring back her tips on creating a feminine voice. You can tell the articles (we’ve combined two of her article on voice) are from the ’90s as she says to use a “tape recorder” to practice with. Today a smart phone will have the app you need. Roberta’s advice is still good today no matter what device you use to practice.

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Disembodied Voices: Eva

| Mar 30, 2015 | Reply

Today we welcome a new contributor to TGForum. Kathe Perez is a certified speech-language pathologist and internationally recognized transgender voice trainer. She will be contributing to TGForum several times in 2015. Today she tells the story of how she became interested in working with the TG community to give trans women better voices. It all began when she met Eva.

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