- VOICE THERAPY: Recommended when speaking or singing have become difficult or painful. Emphasis placed on rehabilitation of vocal function.
- GENDER-AFFIRMING VOICE: Designed to discover a person's authentic communication. Explore healthy ways to use a voice that represents your identity.
- CORPORATE COMMUNICATION: Devised to enhance the professional's speech. Focus on accent modification, vocal projection, presentation anxiety, professional diction and grammar.
INITIAL FREE CONSULTATION:
Free 15-minute consultation is required for each new client. Ami Bouterse, SLP/Owner will meet with you via Google Meets. At this appointment, client and therapist will determine if it's a good fit and also if any referrals may be needed. The first appointment can also be scheduled during this consultation.
Voice Therapy Evaluation
This is an assessment of voice quality and function typically following referral by a physician. Designed for potential voice therapy clients who are currently experiencing a disordered voice.
Affirming or Enhancing Voice Evaluation
This is an assessment for those seeking gender-affirming or accent modification services. Designed to determine goals and baseline levels prior to treatment sessions.
Individual Voice Therapy Session
Session designed for the client currently diagnosed with a disorder of the voice.
Affirming or Enhancing Voice Session
Session designed for the client seeking gendering-affirming or accent modification services.
All services are currently offered for private pay only via cash or credit card. In Wisconsin, speech pathologists are not able to charge Medicaid or Medicare clients privately. Any client meeting this criteria (having access to Medicaid or Medicare coverage) will need to be seen by another provider. While About Voice - Speech Therapy Services doesn't currently accept insurance, we can provide you with a Superbill (itemized list of services rendered) for you to submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement. Prior to booking, potential clients should first ask their insurance companies about out-of-network benefits to see if out-of-network speech therapy services may be covered. Some types of therapies may be covered by a health savings account (HSA) or flexible savings account (FSA). Submit the Superbill to your insurance and/or HSA/FSA accounts to see if you qualify for possible reimbursement.