Glen Nowell, MSc, S-LP (C), CASLPO, Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, (2009): "...A varied and interdisciplinary cross-section, which... appropriately represents an eclectic approach to the artistic science of voice therapy... Well conceived and the editors' comments are on the mark. [Review refers to the First Edition.]"
About the Author
Alison Behrman, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, is Assistant Professor in Speech Communication Studies at Iona College, where she teaches courses in presentation skills, speech science, anatomy, and clinically focused topics in communication disorders. She received her M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology from New York University, and her PhD in speech physiology from Columbia University. She was Principal Investigator of an NIH grant exploring outcomes of voice therapy for patients with benign vocal fold lesions, and has ongoing research projects in voice disorders and accent management, with publications in peer-reviewed speech pathology, linguistics, and otolaryngology journals. Dr. Behrman maintains a private practice in corporate presentation skills, voice therapy, and accent modification. John Haskell, Ed.D. has maintained a private practice in speech-language pathology in New York City for over thirty years. He has specialized in the treatment of voice disorders and stuttering, and is a Board Recognized Specialist in Fluency Disorders. He has published a number of articles on voice therapy, and has been a frequent presenter at the Annual Symposia on the Care of the Professional Voice and other conferences. Dr. Haskell has held faculty positions at Pace University, Rutgers University, and William Paterson College of New Jersey and is co-founder and co-director of the New York City Voice Study Group.