The Voice Team for Your Vocal Care Needs
The Voice Team members at Fauquier ENT Consultants are composed of a variety of key players who may become involved in restoring your normal voice. A given patient may require the expertise of only the physician. Other patients may need to work with all. In the end, the diagnosis and the patient's ultimate goal objective will determine with whom and for how long he/she will need to work with each specialist. Though the individuals listed below make up the core group based on geographic location, we regularly work with other health and voice professionals depending on the patient's needs.
Speech pathologists and singing voice instructors are always welcome to come to an appointment with their student.
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Dr. Chang is a laryngology and voice disorders trained otolaryngologist. He personally performs a complete history and physical examination including video-stroboscopy.
Diagnosis of a patient's hoarseness may take up to two separate visits. The first visit covers the basic history and physical examination which includes a fiberoptic laryngoscopy. At that point, a decision will be made whether to proceed with a stroboscopy examination. A stroboscopy examination is a comprehensive voice evaluation ~30 minutes in length of a patient's voice including a vocal cabability battery testing and a fiberoptic/rigid stroboscopic analysis of the voicebox and attendant vocal cord motion. This examination is digitally recorded and copies can be made for the patient. Decision on the kind of treatment will be made at that time and may require working with other members of the Voice Team. If you are self-pay, click here.
He has office hours on all days of the week and operates only on Tuesdays. He also performs Botox injections for patients with spasmodic dysphonia every Friday afternoon.
- Phone: 540-347-0505
- Address: 550 Hospital Drive, Warrenton, VA 20186
Speech & Voice Therapists
We work with a number of community speech and voice therapists throughout Northern Virginia. Depending on the specific problem, the main ones we work with include:
Melissa Mainville, MS, CCC/SLP — Speech & Voice Therapist
Fauquier Hospital's inpatient and outpatient adult speech and voice therapist with additional certification in the Lee Silverman Voice Therapy for Parkinson's Disease. Melissa has a background in speech pathology but has a special interest and training in the vocal sciences and rehabilitation for the injured voice.
- Phone: 540-316-2680
- Fauquier Hospital
Madelyn Lawyer, MA, CCC/SLP — Speech & Voice Therapist
Her experiences as a graduate clinician include two acute care hospitals, including a level one trauma unit and comprehensive stroke center. She also has experiences in two Children’s Hospital outpatient facilities, an outpatient rehabilitation center, and a residential school for blind children. Professionally, Madelyn has worked in the public school system and in an outpatient rehabilitation center for adults and children with speech, language, voice, and swallowing disorders. She is a certified speech-language pathologist in the Common Wealth of Virginia and has earned her Clinical Certificate of Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Madelyn’s voice training includes Conversation Training Therapy, Resonant Voice Therapy, pediatric voice therapy, transgender voice training, Respiration Retraining Therapy and education/experience in speaking valve placement. She also is a certified Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LOUD) practitioner for the treatment of patients with Parkinson’s Disease.
- Phone: 540-316-2680
- Fauquier Hospital
Colette Reynolds, MA, CCC/SLP — Pediatric Speech Pathologist
- Phone: 540-347-1239
- Address: 183-4 Keith Street, Warrenton, VA 20186
Mark Greenawalt, BM, BME, DMA — Voice Pedagogue
On faculty at Liberty University. He has sung with a number of opera associations as well as taught voice at a number of institutions around the United States. As a certified associate of the Northwest Institute of Voice, Mark has been instructing singers using a highly successful exercise program developed by Thomas R. Blaylock. His expertise in this program helps any voice user (not just singers) develop and maintain a strong, coordinated, and healthy vocal instrument. Full Bio.
Ceres Artico, PhD, LPC, LMFT — Psychological Voice Therapist
Dr. Artico has over 13 years experience in the field of psychology and is familiar with how environmental stressors contribute to vocal quality problems. She is also certified in EMDR for performance anxiety and has advanced training in mediation, sandtray therapy, and clinical supervision. Her other areas of expertise include the treatment of trauma, depression, anxiety, and relational difficulties. In addition to serving as director of Gainesville Family Counseling and providing services in the Haymarket/Gainesville area, Dr. Artico also keeps office hours in Vienna, Virginia. She received her doctoral degree in Counseling from George Mason University where she also served as an adjunct professor. Dr. Artico is fluent in Portuguese and Spanish.
- Phone: 571-248-8700
- Address: Haymarket Professional Building
14540 John Marshall Hwy Suite 102
Gainesville, Virginia 2015
Carmen Gonzalez, PhD — Psychological Voice Therapist
Dr. Gonzalez is a psychologist familiar with how environmental stressors contribute to vocal quality problems. She is experienced in the use of hypnosis and biofeedback to enable patients with stress-induced vocal problems learn to manage and ultimately control their neck and voicebox muscles to allow for a clear voice regardless of the environmental situation. Her techniques are also helpful for those individuals that often experience a sore neck after prolonged talking.
- Phone: 540-347-0613
- Address: Fauquier Counseling Center
54-E Lee Street
Warrenton, VA 20186
Former Members of the Voice Team
Carmen Ana Ramos Pizarro, PhD, CCC/SLP — Voice Therapist
Vocal science therapist. She is a former director of the Voice Clinic at the Grabschied Voice Center in New York City as well as Puerto Rico Medical Center. During her time as a voice therapist at Fauquier Hospital in 2008, she was also a staff member at George Washington University Medical Center Voice Center.
She is now practicing in Washington DC.
Sarah Maines, BM, MM — Voice Pedagogue
Dr. Maines is a mezzo-soprano, singing voice specialist, and voice pedagogue. She is a licensed Lessac-Madsen Resonant Voice Training clinical provider, and a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) as well as the Voice and Speech Trainers Association (VASTA). Sarah is a trained singer and frequent performer with classical and contemporary commercial music performance skills. Through her experience as a singing instructor and an active researcher in the area of voice, she has developed a special interest in the biomechanics of voice production in disease and in health. Voice therapy sessions with Dr. Maines include methods by Dr. Katherine Verdolini, Joseph Stemple, and Oren Brown that help any voice user (not just singers) develop and maintain a strong, coordinated, and healthy vocal instrument.
Jennifer Sharp, BM, MM — Voice Pedagogue
She has a background in engineering before her career in voice opera and has developed a special interest in the biomechanics of voice production in disease and in health. Voice therapy sessions using methods by Thomas R. Blaylock are provided. Her expertise in this program helps any voice user (not just singers) develop and maintain a strong, coordinated, and healthy vocal instrument.
Email: [email protected]
Audrey Tormblom, MA, CF/SLP — Speech, Singing, & Voice Therapist
Audrey received her M.A. in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland. Her graduate clinical experiences included interning in adult acute care, pediatric outpatient rehabilitation, outpatient university clinic, and language learning preschool settings. Hospital. She is a licensed Speech-Language Pathologist in the Commonwealth of Virginia. In addition, Audrey is certified to practice Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LOUD).
In addition to her experience as a speech-language pathologist, Audrey is a trained, semi-professional singer. Since receiving her B.M. in Voice Performance from Indiana University’s prestigious Jacobs School of Music in 2009, Audrey has free-lanced in the Washington, D.C. area as a soloist and professional ringer with award-winning choirs such as the Washington Chorus and the City Choir of Washington, with various church groups, and at private events such as weddings and memorial services. She sang the National Anthem at a Washington Nationals game on April 19, 2010, and she has won first and second place in the Maryland District’s National Association of Teachers of Singing competition in 2011 and 2010, respectively. Her personal experiences as a vocal performer give her unique insight into the very specific needs of those struggling with voice disorders.
She currently works in Maryland.
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