Practitioner Directory

Once fully qualified, our accredited Vocal Health First Aiders and Vocal Habilitation Professionals are invited to continue their professional development with us and become a Vocal Health Education Member.

Below you will find our Accredited, Professional and Specialist members and their contact details.

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Voice Rehabilitation Specialists

Specialist Members

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What is a Voice Rehabilitation Specialist?

The Voice Rehabilitation Specialist (VRS) has an elite level of training, involving a significant commitment to multi-disciplinary study. Successful graduates of the VHP course are eligible to be considered for the VRS pathway. This pathway delivers a unique breadth of training, delivering the theory behind voice rehabilitation within the practical applications of the biopsychosocial model.  The qualified VRS will be able to rehabilitate voice users who have vocal injuries, usually as part of an integrated team.

Voice Rehabilitation Specialists

Aliki Katriou – Rijeka, Croatia

Jenna Brown, Bristol Voice Care – Bristol, UK
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Keesha Mclean, Cairns Voice Studio and Cairns Voice Care – Cairns, Australia
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Nicki Kennedy – Jersey & London, UK
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Philippa Poulton

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Vocal Habilitation Professional

Professional Members

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What is a
Vocal Habilitation Professional?

This qualification gives singing teachers and voice teachers the ability to work with singers and other voice users who have been experiencing problems relating to their vocal health. They will have completed Vocal Health First Aid (including assessments) before they can join the Vocal Habilitation Professional pathway.

To complete the training the VHP needs to have at least 1,000 hours of teaching experience or direct client interactions, plus at least 20 hours of study from continuing professional development providers. The qualified VHP will also need to comply with the legal frameworks of their own country. In the UK we expect a VHP to have DBS checks, Safeguarding training, and the relevant professional insurance cover.

Vocal Habilitation Professionals

Melanie Topley
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Carmel De Losinno (Gare) – Melbourne, Australia
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Louisa Barry – London, UK
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Amy Thompson – Southampton, UK
Email Instagram

Guro Dugstad – Bergen, Norway
Email Facebook

Gitte-Maj Donoghue

Gillian Ramm – Hove, UK
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Paulina Kordylas – Poznań, Poland
Email Instagram Facebook

Gemma Milburn – Cumbria and Online
Email Website Instagram

Nichola Leech – Voice Care Ireland

Melissa Toy – New Zealand
Website Email Instagram

Sian Winstanley

Sara Brites – Lisbon

Amber Mogg Cathey – Nashville, TN • Denver, CO
Website Email Instagram Youtube

Kalliope Coplin – Singapore
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Linda Ryan – Co. Tipperary, Ireland
Email Mobile (+353 87 234 2576)

Jennifer Langton
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Michael Mandalios – Brisbane, Australia
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Samantha Robertson – Melbourne, Australia

Phoebe Driver – Hastings East Sussex
Email Mobile (07516404881) Instagram Facebook

Lindsey Runnette – Bushey Heath, UK
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Lily Rose Moharrer – Leeds and Online
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Winnie Ching Yu Tang – Hong Kong and Online
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Vocal Health First Aid

Accredited Members

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What is a Vocal Health First Aider?

  • They have an understanding of vocal health and the factors that can affect vocal wellbeing.
  • They have practical skills to spot the signs of a range of vocal dysfunction and imbalance.
  • They have knowledge to help someone towards recovery by:
    – Guiding them in self-management, or
    – Passing them on to further support, whether that is specialist vocal rehabilitation coaching or clinical treatment
  • They have an understanding of how to prevent vocal health issues from occurring in the workplace.

Vocal Health First Aiders

Anna Prosser – Sheffield, UK

David Fletcher – Cambridge, UK
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Beth Aggett

Lydia Easton

Rachel Lumb – Newcastle, UK
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Giorgia Mel
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Tuula Voutilainen

Todd Keys – Vocal Straws Australia
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Ken Querns

Loreto Murray

Kate Lynch

Louisa Morgan – Exeter, UK
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Philly Dunscombe

Kate Valentine
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Mariia Bukhanets

Ruth Moore

Emma Torry – Edinburgh, UK
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Nicky Copley

Jessa Liversidge

Luise Horrocks

Sarah Clucas

Jonathan Sturcken – New Orleans, LA, USA

Pippa Goss – Manchester, UK
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Jacqueline Foan – Wimborne, Dorset

Sarah Prescott – Surrey/ Lancashire, UK
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Catherine Victoria Whitehall – Liverpool, UK
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Jessa Liversidge – North Yorkshire, UK
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Yula Andrews

Rachael Delano – Halifax, NS, Canada
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Helen Gallagher
Website Email

Jackie Turner – Queensland, Australia
Email Instagram

Abigail Mann-Daraz – Hampshire

Irene Di Vilio
Website Instagram

Sophie Price – Walthamstow, East London

Sophie Richings – Swindon, Wiltshire
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Susan Bennett – Mirfield, West Yorkshire

Debi Weaver – Chippenham, Wiltshire

Laura Donohue – Nashville, USA
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Helen Austwick – West Yorkshire, UK

Jessica Lynn Danley – Arkansas, USA
Email Instagram

Suzie Purkis – London, UK
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Kim Edwards – Fleet, Hampshire
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Maureen Bradley – Los Angeles, CA

Olivia Earl -UK
Email Instagram

Kristina Milicevic -Kragujevac, Serbia
Email Instagram

Polly Beck

Deborah Norman
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Alena Qarooni
Email Instagram Website

Sara De Sanctis – London, UK
Email Instagram Website Facebook Youtube

Sinéad Furlong – Wexford, Ireland and Online
Email Instagram Website Facebook Youtube

Diana North – Lindford, Hampshire
Email Instagram Website Facebook 

Dan Lacey – Worthing, West Sussex, UK
Email Instagram

Jemimah Paine – Worthing, West Sussex, UK
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Gina Walters, Sheffield UK

Heg Brignall – Tavistock, Devon
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Alice Simmons– Marlborough, UK

Martyna Siatkowska
Email Instagram Facebook Website

Rosalie Genay – Rotterdam, NL
Email Instagram Website

Alice Wratten– Hampshire, UK

Hannah Sanderson – Ely, Cambridgeshire (UK)
Email Instagram Facebook Website

Susie Gibbons

Michelle Hutcheson
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Jennifer Burks
Emaill Instagram Website

Claire Stronach – Somerset, UK

Rebecca Reid

Roc Lui – Hong Kong
Emaill Youtube Website

Oliver Goodall
Email Website

Saiki Spades – Sydney and China

Emelie McNamara
Email Website Instagram Facebook

Julie Moffat – Leicestershire, UK
Email Website Instagram Facebook

Lydia Bell – London/Essex
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Honorary Fellow

This level of membership is reserved for those who are leaders in the field of Voice Rehabilitation and Therapy after dedicating years of their professional lives to helping care for peoples’ voices.
This is an invited membership level, with 3 Honorary Fellowships awarded each year.

Our first Honorary Fellowship was awarded to Christina Shewell on the 30th January 2022.

Christina Shewell

Christina Shewell, MA, FRCSLT ADVS, is a spoken voice teacher, and speech / language therapist, and has long working experience with a wide range of clients in both voice therapy and voice development. She has particular expertise in working with performers, and other professional voice users.

For 11 years, she was senior lecturer in voice and counselling skills at University College London, has been a staff member of major British acting schools, a coach in the business world and has spoken at many conferences. She leads a wide range of training courses, both nationally and internationally.

Christina’s book Voice Work: Art and Science in Changing Voices (2009) addresses voice work along the continuum of normal-abnormal voice, in singing, spoken voice coaching and voice pathology, and is a core text for a wide range of voice practitioners. She has a particular interest in the relevance of mindfulness and imagery in voice work and well-being, and in the links between voice, neuroscience, body and emotions.

Her most recent article, Poetry, Voice, Brain and Body is published in the July 2020 Voice and Speech Review – the journal of the Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA).