for YOU & those you're helping
Our take on how Estill Voice Training can contribute to Speech & Language Therapy
An interview with
Freya Sparks Clinical Specialist SLT Head & Neck
ENT, Barts Health NHS Trust
Barts Charity Clinical Doctoral Research Fellow
City University of London
Charlotte Xerri EMCI-ATP SD
Estill Mentor & Course Instructor with
Advanced Testing Privileges & Service Distinction
Founder & Director of Voice Your Potential
What do Speech & Language Therapists say about us?
‘As a speech and language therapist, this course provides a rare opportunity to explore practical application of the anatomy and physiology of the voice. Being able to isolate, describe, and combine different movements within the vocal tract is essential for voice therapy and Estill gives the time and practice required to better support people with voice disorders.’
Hannah Francis – Speech & Language Therapist
‘I would recommend this course to anyone with interest in exploring and improving use of the voice.
While this course was not designed solely for Speech and Language Therapists, I felt the role and scope of SLTs was addressed with great understanding.
Course attendees benefit from a high level of expertise regarding the larynx and vocal parameters. An engaging and beneficial course with great tutors.’
Esther Webb – Speech & Language Therapist
‘Charlotte and the team combine genuine warmth and humour with technical expertise to offer some of the most effective vocal coaching I’ve ever seen. Their contagious enthusiasm is inspiring.’
Samantha Miles – Speech & Language Therapist
‘The course provided fantastic medical and practical detail to fully understand the vocal tract and voice production.’
Rachel Wilson – Speech & Language Therapist
‘I had a fantastic experience with Charlotte & Voice Your Potential. Charlotte is an incredibly skilled, attentive, knowledgeable and creative coach and she blends art with science perfectly. I've come away feeling so inspired and grateful. Thank you!’
Hannah Williams – Speech & Language Therapist