Hilary specializes in helping trans and gender diverse people communicate with greater authenticity, and with a voice that aligns best with one's gender identity. She helps explore and create changes in voice and speech using techniques that modify pitch, resonance, and loudness, as well as language patterns and non-verbal communication skills as well.
Find Your True Voice!
Speech therapy can improve attention, concentration, memory, word-finding, loudness, fluency, articulation, social skills, and executive function, all of which can be developmentally delayed/impaired, or be impacted by traumatic brain injury, stroke, and/or other neurological conditions such as Parkinson's disease. Hilary is trained and certified in the evidence-based Lee Silverman Voice Technique (LSVT LOUD). She also uses the Linklater voice method and meditation techniques to help to calm, relax, and improve attention and concentration.
Actors have unique needs and challenges when it comes to voice and speech. Vocal projection, speech articulation, and developing a free, open channel for emotions to be conveyed truthfully are vital skills for an actor to possess. Having trained and performed as an actor herself for many years, Hilary understands these needs and she wants to see actors succeed! She collaborates with Kimball Studio out of New York City to help film, tv, and stage actors communicate their characters truthfully, as well as how to communicate confidently in interviews and with industry professionals.
This group, held weekly, is for anyone who wants to improve cognition and communication. Whether you are recovering from a brain injury, stroke, neurological illness, or simply want to improve your memory, voice, and/or speech, this group is a welcome place for you! In a supportive setting learn fun strategies and tools that can be used in daily life to improve brain function.
This group, held weekly, is for anyone who wants to become more mindful in speech and behavior patterns. Modern society moves at a very fast pace, often taking us away from being present in the moment--with ourselves, our bodies, and with others. If you find yourself living in your head much of the time, moving quickly from task to task, learn to smell the roses again!
This group, held weekly, is for trans, gender-diverse, and LGBTQ+ people who want to explore changes in their voice and speech as they move through their journey. Learn skills and practice communicating authentically in a safe, loving, and affirming space.
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