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Using Your Natural Voice

Daniel R. Boone Ph.D. is an expert speech-language pathologist who has had a voice practice in Tucson, Arizona, for more than 40 years. He has traveled all over the world for people seeking his voice expertise. Whether you're seeking to improve your speech with us directly or just picking up Dr. Boone's book Is Your Voice Telling on You? How to Find and Use Your Natural Voice, Third Edition, we are happy to help you achieve your goals.

Vocal Coaching with Dr. Boone

Learn how to optimally find and use your natural voice with Dr. Boone, either in our studio, on site, or over the phone. He offers one-on-one appointments. Dr. Boone is also an entertaining speaker for club or professional meetings. He gives advice on everything from using a clear voice by simple vocal maneuvering and maintaining good vocal hygiene. So whether you're concerned about your voice becoming hoarse, losing your voice with heavy usage, or from criticism that people can't hear what you're saying, you could profit from the help of Dr. Boone.

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Is Your Voice Telling on You?

Now in its third edition, Dr. Boone's book Is Your Voice Telling on You? How to Find and Use Your Natural Voice, Third Edition provides you with needed resources for voice improvement. He offers ways for increasing breath control, environmental tips for professionals such as watching one's body fluid levels, and how to speak against loud background noises. Useful for both vocal coaches and speech-language pathologists, this book is an exceptional tool for helping those with vocal problems. So whether you're an individual looking for self-improvement or a professional user of voice seeking vocal help, enjoy the features of the third edition, such as:

• Voice Changes to Hide Negative Emotions • Tips for Increasing Voice Friendliness • Techniques for Enhancing Feminine or Masculine Voices • Recommendations for Recovery from a Tired Voice • Management Tips for Careers Highly Demanding of Your Voice • Ten Steps for Finding & Keeping Your Ideal Voice